Property Development Solicitor

6 days left

Location
Manchester
Salary
£70k - 80k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
21 May 2024
Closes
18 Jun 2024
Ref
1515828-2-GB-21
Contact
George Beard
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A great opportunity has arisen to join a leading International law firm in its Manchester office.

The opportunity has arisen within the firm’s Development team focusing on mixed-use development work. Mixed-use is developments that blends residential and commercial spaces. The firm is looking for a Development Solicitor (3-6 years’ PQE) who has experience in large scale development schemes, whether advising for public or private sector clients and mixed use and/or residential-led schemes.

With a focus on the relationship between the public and private sectors, the team engages in high-profile projects across England and Wales, including acquisitions, disposals, funding arrangements, development agreements, and corporate joint ventures. Prioritising value delivery and adeptly navigating volatile economic conditions, the team offers an excellent platform for aspiring real estate lawyers to forge long-term careers within the firm.

The clients are also of a very high standard including a lot of household names within the industry.

This is an amazing and rare opportunity for someone to take their career to the next level. Get in touch with George Beard at G2 Legal or apply online for immediate consideration today.

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