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Town Planner

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Sectors Sustainability, Climate, CSR, EMS
Location England (London & Greater) - UK
Salary Additional Information Negotiable depending on experience and skills
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Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Company Name Temple Group
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Directory Entry : Temple are leaders in the field of built and natural environments and creating sustainable futures.
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Job title -Town Planner

Salary - Negotiable depending on experience and skills

Location - London


The Temple Group is one of the UK’s leading independent infrastructure and property consultancies, specialising in environment, ecology, planning and sustainability. Working with our clients, and with a team comprising many recognised industry leaders, we work on many exciting, complex, challenging and globally relevant projects, programmes and schemes and are proud of our many and varied achievements. We provide a bespoke professional service to clients so that they can make the right decisions and achieve the best outcomes, and we do this by leveraging our experience and breadth of skills alongside our insights, commitment, and ethical approach.

Our current work portfolio includes Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and other support for HS2, Transport for the North, Transport for London, iconic property developments and large urban regeneration schemes. We currently provide expert advice to governments, agencies, companies and major infrastructure projects to help them reduce air pollutant and GHG emissions and adapt to the impacts of unavoidable future climate change. We carry out a wide range of bespoke planning, technical and environmental assessments projects – everything from air quality monitoring, climate change policy analysis, through to expert witness support and Health Impact Assessment. We also provide technical support to clients in the private and public sectors, at local and national levels and in the UK and overseas.

As we embark on the next stage of our phenomenal success story, we are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated Town Planners to join us on this journey and in particular, help deliver major housing, mixed use, infrastructure and regeneration schemes. ?

The Role

We are currently seeking enthusiastic and capable individuals to join our Planning and Design division which consists of chartered Town Planners, EIA consultants, communication and economic and social value specialists. We work flexibly, within a diverse and exciting division, made up of approachable, sociable and enthusiastic professionals of all levels who are central to many of our most interesting projects.

The duties:

As an experienced town planner, you know that no two days are the same, and the same can be said for our projects. We work on a range of commissions from setting planning and environmental strategies for high profile, cross boundary planning applications and acting as planning lead for large scale regeneration schemes where there are complex multi-disciplined issues to overcome. In your role, you would principally work on TCPA projects but experience also of DCO/ TWAO schemes would be an advantage. You will be responsible for managing projects with guidance from a senior member of the team, where required; liaising with clients, local authorities, consultants and key stakeholders to proactively move projects forward; developing strong professional networking relationships with those in the property and planning industry to identify opportunities for business development; work collaboratively in teams to support bids and tenders; and writing and submitting planning applications.

The candidate:

The successful candidates will:

• Have a RTPI accredited degree

• Be MRTPI qualified or working towards qualification

• Demonstrate excellent communication skills (written and verbal)

• Be critical thinkers with strong analytical and problem-solving skills

• Be organised, flexible, proactive and professional

Equal Opportunities

Temple is an Equal Opportunities Employer.  We provide a diverse and inclusive workplace and ensure that all of our staff respect and understand individual differences.  We positively encourage applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignments, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. 

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