Planning Consultant - Norwich

Employing Division
NPS
Ref
32238
Location
Norwich - Nautilus House
Postcode
NR7 0HR
Salary
Circa £32,000 doe
Closing date
24/05/2019
Description

NPS Property Consultants Limited is the main vehicle for delivering property maintenance and consultancy services to the sole shareholder Norfolk County Council, as well as other public and private sector customers in the East of England.

The Role

We have a great opportunity for a Planning Consultant to join the team at our Norwich office. Working within various timescales and briefs set by our clients, you will be responsible for case specific planning, development and design advice. Maintaining outputs of appropriate quality and maximising the development potential of multiple sites to meet the clients’ requirements.

You will provide guidance to our clients by identifying and assessing development opportunities, including analysis of proposed sites and development plans and preparation and submission of planning applications, monitoring the progress through each stage of the process. You will be able to identify the planning potential of sites with minimal supervision and formulate specific development schemes, promoting these though the planning process.

Our successful candidate will have

  • Professional membership or eligibility for membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in a related discipline.
  • Experience in a similar role.
  • Strong working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • An understanding of relevant construction, health and safety legislation and the risks and hazards associated with asbestos.

In return we offer

  • Competitive paid annual leave with an option to purchase extra, plus 8 bank holidays.
  • Company Pension Scheme, including Company Funded Life Assurance.
  • Bupa Health Cash Plan.
  • A wide range of additional employee flexible benefits, discounts and schemes.

Please note that we welcome applicants with all levels of experience and can offer further training and development.

Please read the attached Role Profile for more information on the role.

We are committed to employment practices and behaviours which encourage diversity, promote equality of treatment and eliminate unlawful and or unfair discrimination.

We reserve the right to close this vacancy once we have received sufficient applications. If you have not been contacted within four weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has not been successful and will not be progressed to the next stage.

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