Private Practice

Planning Partner

  • About the Firm: Lewis Silkin is a UK top-100 commercial law firm with offices in London, Oxford, Cardiff and Hong Kong.
  • About the role: From start-ups to multinationals, the firm’s comprehensive and commercially focused advice helps clients succeed in an increasingly complex and converged international marketplace.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your thorough understanding of town and country planning law and practice both contentious and non-contentious as well as understanding the interface between planning law and practice and general real property principle. You will have the ability to think as a developer (be it in the office, industrial, retail, housing and/or mixed-use worlds) as well as having the experience and ability to foresee problems before they arise.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to work with national and global corporate occupiers (including clients in the industrial, media and communications, medical and advertising sectors, restaurateurs and fashion houses); and additionally, mixed use developers in both public and private sectors.
  • And more: You will have the capability, aptitude, personality and ambition to support and help grow the planning and development needs of our existing and potential clients together with the interpersonal skills to lead more junior lawyers as well as contributing towards the wider life of the group and the firm.

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