Private Practice

Planning and Development Lawyer

Planning and Development Lawyer

  • About the team: The team deal with a broad spectrum of planning and development related matters from providing strategic advice, S106 Agreement and dealing with contentious planning matters.
  • About the role: The role will have a bias towards property litigation but will involve experiencing a broad spectrum of planning, property and property litigation matters.
  • Looking for: This role will suit someone who is coming up to qualification and wants to specialise in Litigation and/or contentious Property and/or Planning Law.
  • Opportunities: For the right candidate, we are offering the opportunity to be involved in high-profile, excellent client work and to develop long-term relationships with clients.
  • And more: It is advantageous if you have completed seats in Commercial Property and Litigation.

Holmes & Hills LLP

Holmes & Hills Solicitors is a leading regional law firm with five offices across Essex & Suffolk, located in Braintree, Sudbury, Halstead, Tiptree & Coggeshall.

Number of Lawyers: 25+

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