Development, Regeneration & Planning

Providing Development, Regeneration & Planning resource has been a core specialism for Oyster since we opened our doors in 2004. We work with a large number of local authorities, housing associations and private sector bodies, helping them to manage resources through demand fluctuations, reorganisations and policy changes.As in each area in which we work, we build relationships and maintain contact with a vast network of skilled career professionals in this field.

Oyster Partnership has an extensive history of servicing a diverse portfolio of clients that span across both the public and private sector. The Building Development focuses on the physical developments of land and buildings, whilst Regeneration and Town Planning is a long-term process that aims to tackle social, economic, physical and environmental issues, where the market has previously failed. Due to the housing crisis, greater stress is being placed on organisations to boost the supply of housing, specifically affordable housing, along with creating communities for residents to call ‘home’. However, as austerity and frugal budgeting continues, Councils and Housing Associations are being tasked with, and pressurised into, delivering more, typically with less resources.

Town Planning

Since it was established in 2004, Oyster Partnership has specialised in Development, Regeneration and Town Planning. At Oyster Partnership, we are fully dedicated to providing bespoke Town Planning recruitment solutions to a number of organisations that include local authorities, housing associations and firms in the private sector. Town Planning simply refers to the planning, construction, growth and development of a town or other urban area. As the UK continues to experience a surge in demand for new-build properties and cities continue to expand, the need for additional urban spaces is clear. Oyster Partnership has been working within the sector for 15 years, and in that time we have been able to form an extensive, well-established network of skilled professionals in the field.

  • Development Management
  • Planning Enforcement
  • Planning Policy
  • Conservation
  • Urban Design
  • Tree Officer
  • Housing Delivery
  • CIL
  • S106
  • Town Planning
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Latest Town Planning Jobs

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Entry Level Planning Officer – Surrey -

£15 - £25 per hour + Onsite mileage South East Development, Regeneration & Planning,Town Planning
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Fast-Paced and Ambitious Town Planner -

£32000 - £36000 per annum + Benefits and Bonuses London Development, Regeneration & Planning,Town Planning
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Urban Designer / Town Planner – Architecture -

£30000 - £45000 per annum + Benefits and Bonuses London Development, Regeneration & Planning,Town Planning
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Principal DM Planner – Home Counties – Competitive Rates -

£40 - £45 per hour South East Development, Regeneration & Planning,Town Planning
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Development & Regeneration

Whether you are a local authority, housing association or private sector organisation, we recruit professionals at all levels for the full spectrum of roles in Development & Regeneration.

  • Land Development
  • Development Surveying
  • New Business
  • Development
  • Regeneration (Residential & Commercial)
  • Project Management
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Latest Development & Regeneration Jobs

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Interim Regeneration and Development Manager (Technical) -

Negotiable London Development & Regeneration
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Interim Development Manager -

Negotiable South East Development & Regeneration,Development, Regeneration & Planning
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Interim Project Manager -

£450 - £550 per day East England Development & Regeneration,Development, Regeneration & Planning
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The ever growing pressure to deliver is escalating and organisations are struggling to keep up. One reason in particular is the lack of resources, especially given the diversity of roles within the sector. Key roles for recruitment within this sector include, but are not limited to; Land Managers who typically identify and acquire sites, Development Managers who progress schemes through the design and planning stages, Project Managers who deliver the schemes, as well as Regeneration Managers who have a diverse role given the responsibility of stakeholder engagement with residents. We also recruit for Senior Managers or Directors. The people in these positions are required to report to the owners of the projects whilst also overseeing a number of stakeholders (internally and externally) working on the projects within their remit.

Fully understanding the difficulties within the industry from a recruitment perspective has allowed us to develop solutions to the largest problems within Councils, Housing Associations and private firms. We have been able to successfully assist a number of organisations with resource management brought about by fluctuations in demand, reorganisation and adapting to changes in policy. Through a vast network of clients and candidates we have been able to offer ad hoc solutions to sporadic staffing issues these organisations have experienced, while at the same provide candidates the opportunities to work on a variety of infrastructure projects. Our engaged and proactive approach to recruitment has enabled us to fill hundreds of vacancies within this highly competitive industry.

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