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Development Surveyor
Norwich, Norfolk - 11 days ago

Job Detail

Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: £55000 - £65000/annum competitive (depending on experience



Development Surveyor


£55,000 - £65,000 + Package

The Company:

My Client is a National Housing Developer in East Anglia who is seeking a Development Surveyor to join their successful team. My client is looking for someone from a Housing background with a Land, Technical or Commercial knowledge to join the team.


The work of a planning and development surveyor is varied, but typically involves:

* Assessing land and property use requirements, including traffic and infrastructure;

* Managing or taking a lead role in projects, from the earliest planning stages through to completion;

* Identifying new opportunities by conducting research and networking;

* Interpreting data from various sources;

* Drawing up, presenting and negotiating competitive proposals;

* Advising clients on the availability of finance and the feasibility of planning permission;

* Preparing and presenting applications for planning permission;

* Providing valuations, advising financial institutions and negotiating with regard to the provision of finance for commercial and residential developments;

* Ensuring compliance with planning legislation and policy;

* Using strong management and entrepreneurial skills to ensure that projects are managed successfully, efficiently and profitably for employers and clients;

* Considering the physical, environmental and social impact of proposed developments;

* Advocating the conservation and protection of historic or environmentally sensitive sites and areas;

* Promoting the use of effective land management and administration as one of the key drivers behind economic development;

* Communicating and negotiating effectively with colleagues, clients and financial stakeholders;

* Responding quickly to changes in market conditions, client requirements and government policies;

* Going on to specialise in particular areas such as planning and development policy, development and regeneration appraisal, planning and implementation processes, compulsory purchase and related compensation.


You should possess the ability to work using your own initiative and also as part of a team

Be able to communicate well at all levels and possess excellent organisational skills

Have the ability to analyse development options and write properly constructed and considered reports with recommendations

Undertake scheme viability appraisals

Working Knowledge of ASTA


* If you feel that you have the relevant experience to be successful in this position and would like to find out more please apply via the link below today attaching a copy of your current CV.


* Due to the vast amount of applications that we receive, it is not possible for us to contact all applicants, therefore only suitable Candidates will be contacted.

Linsco is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy

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