Private Practice

Planning & Development Lawyer

Planning & Development Lawyer

  • About the firm: Holmes & Hills are a large regional law firm that has grown significantly in recent years and who are continuing to grow.
  • 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.
  • Looking for: In this role, you will advise and assist private and professional clients, landowners and developers in pursuit of their best interests in the conduct of Planning and Development matters and provide advice and representation to Local Planning Authorities in dealing with Planning matters.
  • Opportunities: We are offering a competitive salary with a supportive, relaxed and flexible work environment.
  • And more: This role will suit someone who has some experience in Planning and Local Government and who wants to continue to specialise in this area surrounded by an experienced well-regarded team.

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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