Private Practice

Legal Property Director

Legal Property Director

  • About the Firm: Birketts is a full service, top 100 UK law firm, operating in Cambridge, Chelmsford, Ipswich, Norwich and the surrounding areas.
  • About the role: Our Residential Development team offers a full service to private developers and housing associations in the areas of commercial property and commercial and residential development law.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise and experience as an ambitious Senior Associate with 8+ years' experience gained within a well-regarded city, regional or national firm or in-house with a major housebuilder with particular skills in site acquisition and assembly and/or volume plot sales provision, or a mix of Social/Affordable Housing.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include, but not be limited to working on freehold and leasehold acquisitions and disposals; development Agreements; site set-ups; option agreements and strategic land planning; and pre-emption agreements.
  • And more: This is an excellent opportunity for an individual to join a successful team in a growing firm which enjoys an excellent reputation in this area who is capable of helping to drive forward the firm's ambitious expansion plans for housebuilding work.

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