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What do planners get paid?
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What can you expect to earn as a professional planner? A salary survey conducted by the Royal Town Planning Institute suggests that rewards in planning compare with those in other professions

The government’s National Careers Service website suggests a starting salary of around £18,000 for planners, comparable to £16,650 for a solicitor, £15,000 for a journalist and £16,000 for a local government officer.

This rises to £34,000 for a senior planner and £55,000 to £80,000 for a chief planner. The Royal Town Planning Institute’s own survey of more than 5,000 members – conducted in late 2013 – confirms this. What it shows is that planners have a wide range of incomes: 14 per cent of qualified planners earn up to £25,000, 28 per cent from £25 to 35,000, and 23 per cent take home £35 to 45,000 a year.

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Team Leader, Infrastructure Strategy

London borough of Bexley
Location Bexleyheath Civic Offices
Salary £38,289 - £44,643 (inclusive of Choices Flexible Benefits of £2,277 pa)
We are looking for a professional with experience of strategic spatial planning and working to deliver significant growth. You will have a good understanding of infrastructure issues in the round, including CIL mechanisms and how requirements (from social infrastructure to major fixed infrastructure, eg transport) need to be met to support growth. To facilitate production of
the infrastructure strategy and related proposals, you and your team will help develop links and cultivate good working relationships with a range of key internal and external partners.

http://jobs.theplanner.co.uk/job/13685/team-leader-infrastructure-strategy/

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Planning Services Support Manager

Eden District Council
Location Cumbria
Salary Salary £25,951 - £27,668 (Subject to Job Evaluation)
Planning Services Support Manager
Permanent Contract; 37 hours per week
Salary £25,951 - £27,668 (Subject to Job Evaluation)
A relocation package of up to £5,125 is available subject to eligibility
Eden District Council administers one of the most beautiful areas in England.
Close to the Scottish border, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, served by the historic market town of Penrith, enter our District and you will discover charming, characterful villages and tranquil countryside. This is a key time for the Council and we need people who are fully committed to helping us realise our ambitious goals and commercial aims for the future. In addition the Council has recently embarked on an exciting period of change and innovation with the implementation of a new bespoke digital platform which will revolutionise the way services, including planning are delivered. In fact the Planning service
is leading the way in terms of the design and the implementation of this new system.

http://jobs.theplanner.co.uk/job/13691/planning-services-support-manager/

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Planning Adviser
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Theatres Trust
Location London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary £32,000 - £42,000 dependent on experience + benefitsTheatres Trust
Theatres Trust, the national advisory public body for theatres, seeks a full-time
Planning Adviser to fulfil the Trust’s role as a statutory consultee in the English,
Welsh and Scottish planning systems.
You will be our expert in all things planning, working as part of a proactive team
of expert advisers in theatre architecture, management and heritage. The work of the Advisory Team is at the heart of delivering our vision to help theatre operators, local authorities and community groups preserve, develop and build the very best theatres serving communities across the UK.

http://jobs.theplanner.co.uk/job/13720/planning-adviser/

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Design Officer - National Park
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South Downs National Park Authority
Location
Midhurst, West Sussex
£35,807 - £40,804, plus potential £5k

This is an important role for the National Park and we need someone who will take a lead in offering advice on architectural and urban design including on many large and complex development schemes within rural and some urban contexts, including Petersfield and Lewes.

Position: Design Officer
Location: South Downs Centre Midhurst
Salary: £35,807 - £40,804, plus potential £5k
Hours: 37 hours per week
Type of post: Permanent

You will also develop policy work (including producing a Design Guide SPD), produce Development Briefs for allocated sites in our Local Plan, advise neighbourhood plan groups and assist the Design Review Panel, a group of prominent design experts.

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Planning Manager
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Richmondshire District Council
Location
Richmond, North Yorkshire
Salary
Grade 15 (SCP47-49) £41,967- £43,821pa

We have an exciting opportunity to manage our Planning Service in one of the most attractive rural locations in the Country.

This is an exciting time to join the authority as we are about to embark upon a period of unprecedented growth with the development of a new Super Garrison and Town Centre at Catterick and a proposed new retail village at Scotch Corner. We have an adopted Core Strategy which we are about to review against the background of achieving our housing target, delivering on our five year land supply and support for new Community Led Housing projects.

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Planning Officer
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Hastings Borough Council
Hastings, East Sussex
Salary
Competitive

Ref: 715
Sector: Planning Services
Contract: Temporary
Hours: Full Time
Career graded 9 / 17 to 8/25 (£17,373 to £22,212)
Position: A Planning Officer (1 Year Post).

We are looking for enthusiastic applicants who are looking to further their career in planning to complete our experienced and friendly team. The position offers candidates an opportunity to experience working within a busy Planning department with the hope that the post may become permanent.

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Conservation Officer
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Telford & Wrekin Council
Location
Wrekin, Telford
Salary
£29,854 - £32,164pa

Telford & Wrekin has a population of 170,000 people and our population is younger than the national average. Our borough is predicted to grow in the next 13 years adding nearly another 30,000 people. We are investing in growth in the borough and this presents an opportunity to attract new businesses. The borough is a combination of old and new, urban and rural, traditional and modern and includes the unique Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.

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PLANNING MANAGER
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The Home Builders Federation
Location
Northumberland
Salary
flexible depending upon experience
The Home Builders Federation (HBF) is looking to appoint a planning professional to represent the HBF membership in the development and implementation of local authorities’ development plans and associated documents. The role consists of up-front engagement with stakeholders, the submission of formal representations and taking an active part in public examinations, representing the interests of HBF members, most of whom are private sector housebuilders.

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Principal Planning Officer (Policy)
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Spelthorne BC
Location
Surrey
Salary
range from £39,140 to £48,254 per annum
Spelthorne are offering an exciting and challenging opportunity to join our expanding Planning Policy team. We have begun a review of the Local Plan and this is a chance for you to become involved at an early stage.

Spelthorne lies in north-west Surrey with borders to the Thames Valley and south west London. Heathrow Airport lies just north of the Borough and the river Thames to the south and over 65% of the Borough designated as green belt and are large areas at flood risk. With Heathrow announced as the government’s preferred location for airport expansion and two major rail proposals in the Borough, we will need to manage these opportunities and balance our strong economic position and consequent development pressures.
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