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Job Reference: MM0124

Senior Development Manager (Property Development)

  • HammersmithGreater London
  • £500 - £500 per day
  • Temporary / Full Time


Seven Social Care is looking for a Senior Development Manager (Property Development) to work within the artsy riverside area of Hammersmith and Fulhams Propery Development Services, Greater London.

This posistion will be paying a generous amount of £500.00 per day.

The role:

  • The objective of the Development team is to implement the Assets and Growth Strategy, delivering complex development and regeneration schemes, new housing supply, new community assets including schools and community facilities, deliver capital receipts and new income streams, and manage stakeholder and community relationships.
  • The primary purpose of this post is to lead on the co-ordination, management and implementation of one or more complex assets and growth projects, ensuring quality, innovation, best practice and efficiency in commissioning and delivery. The post holder will take development from planning approval and transition to pre-construction and delivery, to completion and handover. The post holder will deputise for the Head of Development and provide specialist professional advice and support to Development Managers across the team

Key Responsibilities:

  • To act as lead client in complex projects and ensure the successful delivery of mixed tenure schemes in terms of time, cost and quality.
  • The key objectives are to create new housing, schools and community facilities, and capital receipts through the delivery of successful planning applications.
  • To develop options for the physical development and regeneration of Council sites including large scale new-build housing and mixed-use developments (including schools and community facilities) incorporating high quality design, environmental and community safety standards.
  • To procure development and regeneration projects, ensuring the highest standards of design, innovation, sustainability and construction best practice are achieved.
  • Manage integrated project teams, including consultants and solicitors, to ensure individual projects are secured and internal procedures and policies are followed.
  • Manage projects through the planning process, including negotiation of Section 106 agreements. 
  • To advise on all aspects of procurement and delivery of new build development, property projects and implementing appropriate procurement and contract strategies, working with clients to define needs to ensure that they meet their business aims and objectives, leading on value planning and risk management exercises.
  • To advise on the whole life costs of designing, building, operating, maintaining, decommissioning and, where appropriate, funding new build development programmes.
  • To be responsible for delegated budgets, and the planning and control of a programme of projects ensuring that all aspects of cost, time, quality, safety and change control are effectively monitored and managed.

Applicant Requirements:

  • Qualifications: A relevant degree in construction, development or regeneration (e.g. Development, Construction Management, Quantity Surveying, Construction Technology, Building Surveying etc.), or, equivalent significant experience and evidence of continuous professional development (at least 5 years)
  • Experience: At least 5 years significant experience in the sector.
  • Compliance: Desirable: Membership of a professional body associated with the construction industry (i.e: RICS, CIOB, RIBA etc).
  • Hours: 35 hours p/w.

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