My client have a fantastic new opportunity for a Senior Land Manager to join their team. The ideal candidate would be local to the office and have previous experience working for a residential or main contractor with a great network and knowledge of the South Wales area. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone that is looking for growth & longevity in their career.
You will report directly to the Land Director.
Salary £65,000 + Package
What you will do:
- Collate build costs, market research and local planning policy information to successfully negotiate terms for land acquisition
- Consider health and safety issues for any potential new sites and prepare and obtain the necessary approvals to ensure land purchase exercise information is provided accurately and on time
- Build and maintain relationships with local contacts to ensure up-to-date knowledge on current and future market opportunities as well as continually monitoring competitor activity
- *Prepare appropriate briefs for architects
- Work with the technical team to design economically and understand the commercial aspects of design decisions
The Ideal Candidate Must Have:
- Previous successful experience in land acquisition process in housebuilding industry
- Knowledge of planning policy and process
- Commitment to a progressive career
- Teamworking and collaborative with the ability to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders
* Have a working knowledge of the planning system
If you are interested then please apply now or contact Jess on 07787370951
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