REF: NE5645544

Town Planner – Leicester – £Negotiable

Our client are looking for an experienced Town Planner to come and join the team!

Are you passionate about shaping vibrant, sustainable communities? Do you have a keen eye for urban development and a desire to make a positive impact on the world around you? If so, we’re looking for someone like you to join our team as a Town Planner!

Our client are dedicated to creating thriving, well-designed towns and cities that enhance the quality of life for their residents. Their team of dedicated professionals works on a wide range of projects, from revitalising historic neighbourhoods to designing cutting-edge urban developments.

As a Town Planner with our client you can expect to

  • Collaborate with architects, engineers, and local government officials to develop innovative urban planning solutions.
  • Conduct research, analyse data, and prepare reports to inform the planning process.
  • Assess zoning regulations, land use policies, and environmental impact studies.
  • Engage with the community to gather feedback and address concerns.
  • Contribute to the creation of sustainable, equitable, and resilient urban environments.

To be a successful candidate for this role, you should have:

  • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Urban Planning or a related field.
  • Strong analytical and research skills.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of local zoning regulations and urban development policies.
  • A passion for creating communities that are livable, environmentally responsible, and economically viable.

Upon joining our client as a Town Planner you will receive a competitive salary and package and will be exposed to numerous projects across multiple sectors, helping you to continue you’re development.

To apply for this role you can send your CV to neil.ellerton@penguinrecruitment. Alternatively for an informal discussion about this or similar roles you can call Neil Ellerton of Penguin Recruitment on 01792 365 108.

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