£45,000 – £53,000 pa
Full time (37.5 hrs pw), Fixed Term Contract (12 months FTC Maternity Cover – Feb 2024-Feb 2025)
Location: Buckingham Palace
About the role
The size, complexity and heritage of the Royal residences will present you with some truly fascinating, and often unique, challenges.
Joining the London team, you’ll be managing and delivering a mixed portfolio of projects across the London estate, ensuring a customer focus and cost-effective project delivery.
From overseeing work and contractors to managing external design teams, you’ll take on an array of engaging assignments, varying in scope and scale.
Every day, like every project, will be different. You’ll have oversight for the full lifecycle of each project, management of risk & compliance, budget control and stakeholder relationships. Continue reading
£39,951 – £42,840 (Grade PO1)
Full time (36 hrs pw), permanent
Job ref: PLA- 000967
It is an exciting time to join the Planning Service at Enfield Council. Enfield holds significant potential for good growth and has an ambitious Council focussed on delivery. As a Planning Service we are energised and passionate about delivering proactive planning to help shape the Borough over the next 15 years and beyond, including helping enable the delivery of thousands of homes. We are now embarking on a new phase of regeneration and placemaking, with the Council taking a confident role in making things happen.
As we progress with our new Local Plan, a number of significant development proposals are lining up to progress through the planning process – some led by the Council, others by private developers – and our multidisciplinary team is helping to get the most out of these projects. Continue reading
£30,483 – £52,632*
- Do you have passion and enthusiasm for Urban Design?
- Do you want a diverse, exciting and challenging workload in a friendly team?
- Do you want to work in one of London’s most exciting environments, leading and advising on urban design and design review?
If you answered yes, we want to hear from you.
Two exciting opportunities have arisen within the Spatial Planning service for:
- Senior Conservation and Urban Design Officer: *£38,133 – £52,632 (PO204), full time, permanent
- Conservation and Urban Design Officer *£30,483 – £44,139 (pro rata) (Scale 6), part time, permanent
Both roles are based within the Spatial Planning and Design team, where there is a small team of specialists dealing with urban design and conservation matters.
You will have the opportunity to input into a range of urban design matters, including place making, plan making and development management functions of the service. Continue reading
£34,200 – £37,800 (+ benefits package)
Hybrid and flexible working
We are looking for a committed, ambitious and knowledgeable heritage consultant to join our heritage consultancy team based out of our York Studio. The position offers an exciting opportunity to help shape the direction of heritage consultancy in the North region managing change to significant places and developing our business and heritage team. If you are an experienced Heritage Consultant looking to take that next step, we are looking for an enthusiastic individual who can inspire creativity and confidence amongst clients, consultants and colleagues alike, deliver excellent advice, promote Purcell and conservation, and pursue new business opportunities.
Purcell is the largest conservation practice in the world, with studios across England as well as in Australia and Hong Kong. As an Employee Owned Trust our aim is to provide a great place to work where everyone feels valued and empowered to reach their individual potential. Continue reading
Voluntary roles (reasonable expenses paid)*
Are you a low carbon, sustainability, or building-services professional, willing to volunteer to help the Church of England with the challenge of Net Zero Carbon?
In the face of the twin crises for climate and nature, the environment is a growing area of focus for the Church of England. We have a commitment to net-zero carbon by 2030. Our ability to rise to this challenging target relies partly on a network of volunteer advisors around the country, supporting the work of our Diocesan Advisory Committees. Continue reading
We are looking for a talented and dedicated consultant to join our conservation team.
Alan Baxter’s work brings together a broad range of conservation, urban design, masterplanning and engineering projects. The practice thrives on a highly interactive culture with varied and challenging projects. As part of this, our widely respected conservation team provides a full range of heritage support for a wide variety of private and public sector clients.
Current projects include Clandon Park for the National Trust, Paddington, St Pancras and Bristol Temple Meads Stations, The Barbican Arts Centre and a range of projects for York Minster and in the wider historic city. Continue reading
£36,000 – £41,200 pa (subject to qualifications and experience)
Full time (36 hrs pw)
Consideration will be given to hybrid and flexible working
The Church of England Diocese of Chelmsford is seeking to recruit a Diocesan Advisory Committee Secretary. The DAC advises parishes who are planning work to their churches and is mainly run by volunteers and supported by a team of consultants and specialist advisers. This is an important opportunity to support the work of DAC and provide essential support to churches within the Diocese. You will be responsible for the efficient delivery of the work of the DAC. You will use your understanding and expertise and act as the first point of contact on all church building matters. You will also be responsible for the line management of the DAC Assistant and ensure all administrative duties for the DAC are effectively handled. Continue reading
Full time, fixed 1 year contact
Hybrid – remote working and London
The Cathedral and Church Buildings Department (CCB) supports the conservation and development of the Church of England’s cathedrals and church buildings and their contents for worship, mission and community engagement. The CCB provides support for three statutory bodies (the Church Buildings Council, the Statutory Advisory Committee and the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England), and works closely with other departments within the NCIs.
Churches are our nation’s most important public buildings with a Christian presence in every community. The 16,000 church buildings and 42 cathedrals are cared for by volunteers and clergy who also provide significant community services alongside worship. Church buildings, however, face a major conservation deficit, as well as pressing Net Zero Carbon priorities. The National Church advises and supports churches in many ways but there is no regular funding from Government for church buildings, and a funding strategy is essential to help sustain our church buildings. Continue reading
The Historic Dockyard Chatham, the best preserved of all Georgian dockyards, is the world’s most complete dockyard of the Age of Sail; a time when the Royal Navy dominated the oceans, establishing Great Britain as a global power. Upon the closure of the dockyard in 1984, The Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust was established as the custodian of the historic estate, to preserve and educate on the historic and architectural significance of The Historic Dockyard Chatham.
Today, The Historic Dockyard Chatham, is the leading example of a mixed-use heritage estate. A vitally significant historic estate delivering outstanding preservation, an award-winning independent museum, commercial estate, Higher Education campus, leading film location. and residential community. Continue reading
£32,076 – £43,421 pa
Full time (37 hrs pw)
We are looking to appoint a full time experienced historic built environment professional on a permanent basis. You will work within a team comprising conservation / planning officers, as well as other specialists.
The post involves a range of work including managing and recommending decisions on listed building consent applications and planning applications; advising on listed building and planning applications; guiding new developments and projects that have historic environment implications; conservation area designation, review and appraisal; heritage at risk, work on innovative projects like the introduction of Local Listed Building Consent Orders, contributing to local plan policy development. You may also, depending on experience, be a mentor to less experienced officers. Continue reading