Penguin Recruitment is delighted to be multi-national renewables developer on the hire of an Assistant Town Planner for their team in Bristol.

Our client has an exciting opportunity for an ambitious and self-motivated individual to join the UK development team as a Planning Assistant / Town Planner (depending on experience). You will most likely be someone early in your planning career, with ideally a couple years of professional experience, who is either working towards or has recently become a Chartered Planner.

What you’ll be doing

Our client develops large scale solar and battery storage projects in the UK, Canada, the US, Italy, Portugal, Lithuania, Spain, Germany and Ireland, working closely with landowners and local stakeholders to develop sites to the highest standards.

The Planning Assistant or Planner will support the Head of Planning, alongside the current Planning Assistant and having a direct working relationship with the rest of the UK Development Team.

Day-to-day work will include a mix of technical, analytical, problem solving and project management tasks. For the right candidate, there is potential for this role to grow and develop according to your interests and abilities.

In return

Salary: £30,000 – 35,000pa

Benefits: Private medical insurance, industry leading equalised parental leave (26 weeks full pay, 26 weeks 60% pay), flexible working, 28 days annual leave + bank holidays and an extra day every 2 years up to 32 days, pension contributions, death in service benefit, Electric Vehicle Salary Sacrifice and Cycle to Work Schemes

The hiring manager is looking to meet with suitable Assistant Town Planners ASAP so aif you meet the above criteria, please contact Matt Fraser on 01792 365 001 or

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