Planning Enforcement Officer

Location
South London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
18 Jul 2017
Closes
18 Aug 2017
Ref
BF3831
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

REF:3831

 

Our client in South London is recruiting for a Planning Enforcement Officer to investigate complaints regarding breaches of planning legislation, obtaining evidence and preparing advice as to resolving the problem

 

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  1. To carry out site visits and carry out research to investigate alleged breaches of planning control.

 

  • To try and resolve any breaches by negotiation and discussion with ‘developer’ complainant and others with a third party interest.
  • When necessary, to gather evidence and offer a written recommendation as to the need or otherwise to take formal action.

 

  • Monitoring and enforcing compliance with planning conditions.

 

  • As appropriate to deal with planning applications arising from enforcement matters

 

  • As required, to give evidence in court on behalf of the Council

 

  • As appropriate to deal with appeals arising from enforcement matters

 

  • Preparation of statistics in relation to enforcement matters.

 

  • Section 215 (untidy site) notices.

 

  • To meet applicants, complainants, and members of the public and other bodies in relation to current or potential development proposals and enforcement matters.

 

  • To assist with the monitoring, implementation and review of development plan policies.

 

  • To answer day to day enquiries from the general public and any other interested parties on any matter relating to planning control.

 

  • Such other minor and/or non-recurring duties appropriate to the post as may be directed.

 

To register your interest please email info@buckinghamfutures.com or call us on 020 8732 5450

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