Residential Development Solicitor (NQ - 2 yrs)

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England, West Yorkshire, Leeds
£40000 - £45000 per annum + Good Package
20 Feb 2018
20 Mar 2018
Lee Traylor
Full time
Contract type

Residential Development Solicitor - NQ - 2 yrs


My client is a Top 100 firm with offices throughout the UK. They are looking to recruit a Residential Development Solicitor for their office in Leeds. Salary is dependent upon experience but starts at £40,000

My client is on the panel for most major house developers and the role will comprise complex and large scale land acquisitions for household names across England and Wales, collaboration agreements between developers, disposals, funding arrangements, technical advice, urban regeneration and HCA grant arrangements.

Prior experience of working in Residential Development is not required as full training will be provided but a seat in Real Estate / Conveyancing is a must. Candidates must possess strong academics and a willingness to learn a new area of law!

This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a leading firm in Yorkshire, please apply now to be considered!

Please contact Lee Traylor, legal recruitment consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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