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We are working on some of the most exciting and challenging development planning and infrastructure projects in London, Europe and across the world, from large commercial skyscrapers to sport stadiums and major events projects in London, we are leading the debate on smart servicing and autonomous vehicles, and are redesigning roads and streets that look to the future of transport. Our ability to design and create public spaces, roads and streets, parks and plazas for people and communities sets us out as one of the UK’s most highly regarded transport engineering consultancies. Our clients include major developers, architects, contractors and local authorities; they include TfL, London Borough of Redbridge, City of London, London Borough of Camden, Landsec, the London Legacy Development Corporation, Canary Wharf, British Land, Brockton Capital, YOO Capital, Brookfield, HB Reavis, Mace, Bam, and Multiplex.
You would have significant professional experience and will be a self-starter, love working in a small hard-working team and have a passion for the Urban Built environment and its challenges. You will be forward-thinking and have ideas about sustainable transport
solutions for the future city.
Specific skills and experience:
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Strong numeracy and analysis skills
• Experience of using Microsoft Office, in particular Word and Excel
• A relevant degree (e.g. Geography, Planning and Urbanism studies, Mathematics)
• Comfortable working on large data sets
• Project management experience
• Knowledge of the planning application process and transport related supporting documentation
We have an opportunity for a Transport Planner with London-based development planning experience on a full-time, permanent basis, based in our London office. We strongly believe in giving our members of the team training, responsibility and opportunities they need to develop, and being part of a small team means that everyone is exposed to a wide variety of interesting project work and clients. From day one, the successful candidate would undertake a range of work across the transport planning environment, including managing project workstreams and/or project management, overseeing the preparation of Transport Assessments, meeting clients and design teams, negotiating with local
authorities, report writing, forecasting and contributions to proposals and reports.
The successful candidate would be given a competitive reward package, including a competitive rate of pay, professional development opportunities, targeted and specialised training opportunities, a personal supervisor to oversee their professional development, as well as in house massages and weekly yoga sessions.
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