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Planning Associate

Planning Associate

  • About the team: Our top rated Planning and Public Law team has been involved in some of the most exciting and high-profile projects of recent times.
  • About the role: You will advise landowners, developers and local planning authorities on all aspects of planning law.
  • Looking for: We are seeking a candidate qualified in Scotland, but with the opportunity and desire to gain dual qualification in English law.
  • Opportunities: You will develop your skills to make a real contribution in developing the business and the profile of the team.
  • And more: The client base is impressive and diverse, covering central and local government, leading developers, retailers, investors, corporate vehicles, national representative bodies and local community organisations.

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