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Planning Solicitors work in a very variable area of law as we continually seek to improve the law, procedure and practice covering planning legislation. Broadly speaking planning law provides the legal controls on the freedom of property owners, whether individuals or businesses, to use and develop their property in the interests of the wider community. For the individual this usually concerns making changes to property or gardens, changing the use of a property, objecting to proposed or actual changes made by neighbours and rules governing the maintenance and improvement of listed buildings. Local authority sites often include a specific section on local planning regulations. With in planning law, for non individuals, the case load can involve amongst other things handling legal issues related to regeneration, mixed use sites, renewable energy, nuclear, minerals & waste, telecoms, housing, compulsory purchase and planning advocacy.
Due to the specialised legal knowledge required to be a Planning Lawyer the demand for experienced Planning Solicitors is always there. Whilst we have a number of opportunities advertised we also have access to clients at a level where openings can be made for the right person, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you are looking for your next career step.
Sacco Mann aim to provide an extremely professional approach to planning law recruitment and all applications are dealt with under the strictest confidence. Sacco Mann always aim to be the first to hear about any new planning career opportunities.
For a discussion regarding your Planning law career, opportunities and job requirements please contact our specialist legal recruitment team on 0161 831 6890 or 0113 245 3338. Alternatively drop us an email with your CV attached or fill in our “contact us” form and we will then arrange a good time to discuss your career plan and or recruitment needs further.