Senior Planning Officer (Development Management) – Contract

Senior Planning Officer (Development Management) – Contract

Forest of Dean Published: 10/11/2016
Location
Newport, United Kingdom
Permanent/Contract
Sector
Reference
LDRH39
Salary
Upto £35 p/h DOE, Ltd, Umbrella

Description

Our client, a Local Authority based in South Wales are looking to recruit a Senior Planning Officer within Development Management for a contract starting with immediate effect.

This post requires the contractor to have previously dealt with pre-application enquiries, a range of planning applications, appeals and post application work.  We are seeking highly motivated individual who is well organised, work with a positive outlook and who are able to deal with a busy and demanding caseloads.

As a Planning Officer you should be also be a member of the RTPI or eligible for membership.

Key Responsibilities include:

-To deal with larger, more complex changes of use and conversions, and modest new build schemes, including negotiation of associated S106 agreements.

-To prepare statements of evidence for appeals up to and including informal hearings, and present evidence to informal hearings on behalf of the Council.

-The processing of planning applications

-To write reports for committees and other reports and papers, as required

-To attend public meetings and site visits and represent the Council appropriately

-To undertake appropriate public participation exercises on planning applications and development projects and to analyse the results thereof

-To provide advice to applicants and the public on planning applications and development proposals

We are Lewis Davey, a specialist Town Planning Recruitment Consultancy. All of our discussions are 100% confidential.

Call me (Rob) anytime on 0207 859 4246 or 07855 276123 or please simply email rob@lewisdavey.com for more information.

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