Real Estate & Projects Solicitor - 3+PQE

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Location
London, England / England, London, City of London
Salary
£55000.00 - £75000.00 per annum + benefits
Posted
04 Oct 2017
Closes
01 Nov 2017
Ref
BBBH15124
Contact
Joanna Murfin
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Full time

Real Estate & Projects Solicitor - 3+PQE

City of London - Legal 500

This Tier 1, Legal 500 celebrated practice has gained recognition through its incredibly high standards of work across Property, and specifically, Development law matters. They are also recognised for their work in Construction, Projects, Corporate/Commercial, Civil Litigation, Community Housing and Employment Law.

Enhance your profile as a Real Estate Solicitor working alongside a highly successful team of projects, property, procurement, and development lawyers across a range of sectors to include housing, leisure and energy. Your varied and interesting role will specialise in site acquisition and development projects for commercial developers, the third sector, and registered providers. The role will cover a full range of property related legal issues from giving advice on draft section 106's, development agreements, conditional contracts and potential title problems through to legal completion.

In addition to an attractive salary package, the successful candidate will gain some fantastic exposure to a range of interesting property work.

The successful candidate will at least 3 years PQE (although there is no upper limit) with experience of site acquisition and development work.

Apply today for immediate consideration, or alternatively give me a call for an informal and confidential chat.

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