£40000.00 - £50000 per annum + plus bonus and package
over 1 year ago
SENIOR HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT SURVEYOR| PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
£40,000 - £55,000 per annum plus bonus, and package.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a market leading independent property consultancy. They require an ambitious individual who specialises in historic environment planning matters, particularly those related to historic buildings, conservation areas and other sensitive heritage assets such as world heritage sites.
Recognising that many candidates with expertise in the historic environment and/or townscape do not have formal planning qualifications to degree level, this company supports talented and engaged individuals in achieving their RTPI accreditation through mentoring, practical experience and study.
- Providing all planning advice on built historic environment and townscape projects, including those involving sensitive land such as historic buildings, world heritage sites and conservation areas.
- Conducting research; assessing the character, function, and appearance of townscape; and, producing townscape, heritage and visual impact assessments of new developments
- Work closely with other professionals in the department to expand their own skill set across planning, heritage and urban design disciplines.
- Helping Partners to advise on all aspects of the development life cycle, particularly in relation to the planning process.
- Attendance at project design team meeting with clients, architects, landscape designers, and other disciplines.
- We offer continual professional development through regular CPD sessions and training.
- As a senior professional we would anticipate that you would be the day to day contact for projects, interacting directly with clients and other professionals.
Opportunities through our sector-led approach, to build knowledge of other parts of the business and contribute to the way that we build and build relationships with clients, and win new work.
- 2 - 4 years' experience in a relevant discipline to this field of work.
- Membership in RTPI or equivalent RICS (development planning) or LPA experience of development management combined with a conservation qualification.
- Experience obtained either providing all planning advice on heritage projects (and those involving sensitive land/historic buildings)
- Working with planners as a specialist.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- A pragmatic problem-solving mind with a keen interest in the way planning and development shapes the historic environment and everyday life.
For more information or to be considered for this role please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Daniah Williams MRICS 020 3994 0340.
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