Penguin Recruitment is delighted to be supporting a is a well-established and well-regarded Property Consultancy in the South West on the hire of a Town Planner.

Our client has over 20 offices and 200 staff throughout the region and works on diverse projects across the residential, commercial and agricultural sectors.

In this role, the Town Planner will have the opportunity to take responsibility for your own caseload and there would also be the opportunity to work to secure new instructions and contribute to the growth of the department.

The Town Planner will have the following:

  • A relevant degree (or equivalent)
  • Planning experience (from either the private or public sector)
  • RTPI/RICS qualified (or working towards this)
  • A sound knowledge of residential, commercial and agricultural planning
  • The confidence to manage your own caseload (with the support of the wider team)
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Knowledge/experience of planning within the South West (preferable but not essential)

Salary / Benefits

In return for your commitment and hard work, you will be rewarded with a competitive starting salary (guide of £28,000 – £35,000pa), a strong benefits package, a varied workload and an experienced leadership team for support.


Our client has a strong pipeline of varied and interesting projects and so this role presents as an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and ambitious individual looking to join a growing team, providing planning and design advice across the South West!

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

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