Property Development and Construction Solicitor

£28000 - £35000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
06 Mar 2018
03 Apr 2018
Tom Widdop
Full time
Contract type
Property Development and Construction Solicitor.
One of the region's stand out law firms is seeking a property development and construction solicitor NQ - 2 PQE to join its team due to expansion working in the York city centre office.
Joining this Top 500 law firm you will be working directly with the planning development and construction team partner assisting in a broad caseload such as planning, construction, site acquisition work and property development. You will be working for a variety of clients in industries such as housing associations, global pharmaceutical companies, care homes and education. 
You will have a firm understanding of property law and possess a willingness to learn and apply yourself to a niche market.
This is a rare opportunity to specialise in property development, planning and construction law where in your first year you will work alongside the partner and receive all the training and expertise needed without the pressure of financial targets with the ultimate aim to manage your own caseload moving forward. You will also be confident attending networking events and marketing events to continue develop and expanding this York based role.
Applications will be accepted by trainee solicitors close to qualification or qualified solicitors up to 2 PQE with a strong background in commercial property law looking to progress into the niche sector of planning and construction law.
If you are a property development and construction solicitor based in York and you are interested in hearing more about the role then get in touch with Tom Widdop at G2 Legal. 

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