Montagu Evans is a leading property consultancy with specialist expertise in planning and development in historic contexts. Our Heritage and Culture team combines rigorous and scholarly research with astute analysis in order to provide authoritative planning advice to the country’s major developers, institutions and landowners. Our current clients include the British Museum, the National Gallery, the University of Oxford, the Dean and Chapter of Westminster, and the Royal Horticultural Society, national housebuilders, FUNDS and blue chip development companies.
ME are looking for an intelligent and highly-motivated individual to join our growing Heritage and Culture practice as a researcher. The successful candidate will have a POSTGRADUATE DEGREE in conservation or architectural and urban history, and the ability to deliver in a fast-paced environment, prioritising your work to meet commercial deadlines. You will be an agile thinker with excellent research skills, able to investigate a wide range of building types, from medieval parish churches to post-war housing complexes. Your written work will be clear and compelling. Above all, you will have a genuine interest in the interplay of past and present in the planning process, and share our commitment to applying academic rigour to practical problem solving.
We offer a highly COMPETITIVE remuneration package and excellent career prospects.
Applicants should respond by letter or email, enclosing a current CV and explaining how their experience would match our EXPECTATIONS by Friday 18th July.
Address: Planning RECRUITMENT, Montagu Evans LLP, 5 Bolton Street, London W1J 8BA
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Montagu EVANS is an equal opportunities employer.