Jobs in Scottish energy

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Development Planner

Hamilton, South Lanarkshire

You will be required to provide planning advice; assist in identifying suitable new sites; develop planning strategies; co-ordinate and prepare planning applications and environmental assessments and develop lasting relationships with local authorities, stakeholders and local communities. You will also be required to manage consultants, and, when required, coordinate and present evidence at public inquiries. In return we offer a competitive salary, company car and bonus scheme.

The position would ideally suit someone educated to degree level or equivalent with qualifications in town and country planning, and two to three years experience-ideally with some local authority development management activity in renewable energy, minerals, waste management or large scale property development.

For an informal discussion, contact Philip Baker, Planning Director tel 0844 264 4498.

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Banks Group

Inkerman House

St John’s Road


Durham DH7 8XL

Pixie Energy

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