Planning Lawyer. Contract. Part Time or Full Time. 6 PQE +
We are working with a reputable Global Law firm who are looking to secure a Planning Lawyer for a contract of 9-12 months to cover a period of maternity leave in their London office. The role is due to start within the next 6 weeks and they are open to candidates who are available on a Full Time (5 days a week) or Part Time (3-4 days a week).
The team act for and advise public bodies, investors and funds in delivering varying types and mixes of regeneration and development schemes. The team are also highly regarded for their close relationship with public authority organisations providing them with external planning legal support.
The successful individual will be looking after a full caseload at the Senior Associate level. Experience in the development process for small, medium and large schemes within the retail, care home, hotel, residential and commercial development industries, as well as exposure to advising local authorities is vital.
Candidates should also be able to demonstrate expertise in providing strategic advice; reviewing policy and application documents; drafting planning obligations; compulsory purchase orders; section 106 agreements as well as advising and assisting on the conduct of planning appeals for clients.
Due to the level of autonomy within the role, candidates are likely to have upwards of 6 years' experience in Planning Law obtained within a ranked planning team within Private Practice. This client is open to candidates who have worked in Local Authority as long as a significant amount of experience has also been within Private Practice.
Please note, PQE/salary levels are purely a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who can demonstrate the requisite skills required to fulfil the role.
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