Construction Legal Assistant
This temporary Construction Legal Assistant role is with one of the largest Property Developers in London. With a pipeline of over 4000 developments, a real commitment to sustainability, a high-end portfolio, and a drive towards affordable housing, they have become woven into London's infrastructure. As a Legal Assistant in the team, you will assist in 12 projects in a company whose revenue is nearly 300 million GBP.
The company, founded in early 2000, already has an operating revenue of circa 350 million, with over 300 employees. They have established themselves as one of London's leading developers by establishing a niche in rejuvenating non-executive locations into desirable real estate.
The company work with large international investment organisations, local authorities, ecclesiastical bodies, private schools and other private funders. They have been recognised by the Government as a leading organisation helping to tackle London's housing crisis.
They currently hold numerous accolades, have been independently reviewed with 100% approval of all of their client relationships, and have a 95% staff retention rate. They have won and been shortlisted for awards in Best Regeneration, Large Developer of the Year, Planning Excellence and much more.
The company are looking to hire an experienced Construction Legal Assistant to join their In-House legal team working across London in a locum/temporary role that MAY turn permanent (not guaranteed).
You will: populate and issue appointments to key consultants, including architects, structural engineers, etc., populate and issue collateral warranties that the company is required to provide to its funders, housing associations and other partners, manage the execution process (eg: make sure documents are executed properly and mange the signing process) and more.
This is an exceptional opportunity for a Construction Legal Assistant to join this industry leading company in their North London office in a temporary role.
Apply now for immediate consideration.