In-house Planning Lawyer

7 days left

Location
England, West Midlands, Birmingham
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
04 Feb 2021
Closes
04 Mar 2021
Ref
OC/79904P
Contact
Olivia Collicott
Job Title
In House Counsel
Practice Area
Property and Planning
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A rare opportunity has arisen for a Planning Lawyer to join an In-house legal team and advise on a unique and exciting infrastructure project.

Joining a team of experienced and knowledgeable Property and Planning Solicitors, you will advise the business and internal stakeholders on a range of matters relating to property and planning, including a diverse range of acquisitions, compuslory purchase orders, and drafting and negotiating bespoke agreements.

You will be involved in;

· Compulsory purchase orders including service of notices, blight, tribunal claims, and compensation issues
· Provide advise on all aspects of access over and occupation of land by licence agreements
· Handle your own caseload of complex property and planning matters
· Research and advise on laws specific to the organisation and associated projects
· Assist Land and Property teams with a range of commercial matters
· Liaise with external lawyers

The role would suit someone with upwards of 4-5 years Planning experience, either in Practice or a Public Sector body.

This is a unique opportunity for a Planning or Property Lawyer to move In-house and retain excellent quality work and be part of a large and exciting property project. The role is based in the Birmingham and some flexible working options will be considered.

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