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Development Project Manager - Acquisition & Planning

Ref: JN -072019-6747
GBP42500 - GBP50000 per annum + plus excellent benefits
UK, Buckinghamshire
Property & Real Estate, Residential
12th September 2019
Job Type

I am working with a leading housing association to recruit a Development Project Manager to join their expanding New Build and Regeneration team. You will be integral in helping the organisation realise its ambitious development programme to build new homes for the local community.

Salary; £42,500 - £50,000 plus package and excellent benefits (Financial and Non Financial)

Location; Western Home Counties

Essential skills and experience:

  • Lead on the delivery of our housing development programme from initial identification and planning stages right through to the delivery, with a bias on the front end.
  • Developing briefs for projects
  • Running financial viability appraisals
  • Negotiating legal agreements
  • Procuring consultants and contractors
  • Effectively managing risk and leading the delivery of mixed tenure housing development projects.
  • Lead resident, leaseholder and other high profile stakeholder consultation
  • Manage Project Budgets and produce accurate monthly project cash flow forecasts


  • Significant and identifiable track record in housing development projects either in the affordable housing or private housing development sector
  • Experience of leading stakeholder negotiations and presenting project plans to a wide range of audiences
  • Experience of undertaking financial appraisals, option appraisals, seeing projects through planning and effectively managing project risk
  • You will have a qualification in a relevant discipline - Project Management, Surveying, Construction Management or Planning - or equivalent by experience

What sets them apart from other house-builders is that their profits are reinvested in affordable homes - as well as delivering the homes people need and they care about building stronger communities.

This role is an ideal opportunity to work for a community driven, expanding organization with a social conscience, working towards their goal of providing high-quality homes to those who need it most. They have exciting plans which you will be heavily involved in the delivery of.

If you have experience of development within a housing association or residential developer related environment, please submit your CV or call Matthew Mullin 0207 478 2526 for further discussion.

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