Private Practice

Planning Associate

Planning Associate

  • We are looking for an ambitious and energetic Associate to join our new Manchester practice
  • Nabarro is an international law firm delivering the highest quality, business-focused advice
  • An exciting opportunity is on offer to establish and develop our Real Estate practice in the area
  • Clients of our Planning team include the UK's major development and property companies
  • We recently acted for Hammerson and Standard Life on a huge regeneration scheme
  • Successful candidates will have gained excellent experience in a recognised planning practice
  • The salary for this position will vary depending on experience, ranging between £45,000 and £65,000
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