Residential Development Solicitor

Recruiter
Location
West Midlands, Birmingham, England
Salary
£45000 - £65000 per annum
Posted
13 Sep 2017
Closes
11 Oct 2017
Ref
CRN53513
Contact
Charlotte Newton
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Residential Property
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Full time

We have been instructed on a Residential Development Solicitor role with a leading national legal practice. Our client is a highly successful household name and sits in the top bar of the Legal 500.

An opportunity for a 2+ years' PQE Residential Development Solicitor has come up to complement the firm's property department in Birmingham city centre. The role will be sat as part of a large property team, so there will be plenty of opportunity to grow and develop, and offer your skill set productively and proactively.

The role will be centred on acquisitions, since there are two separate teams handling site set up and infrastructure respectively. Ideally, the successful candidate will come from a background of land acquisition or other related elements of commercial property work and be familiar dealing with house builder clients. Applicants from an agriculture background will also be considered.

If you are a Residential Development Solicitor looking to advance your career, please apply for this role as required or contact Charlotte Newton at Sacco Mann.

For more information about our other offers and opportunities, please visit our website or contact a member of our Private Practice Division directly.

*Please note our advertisements use PQE and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications for all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.

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