Big changes. No excuses. That’s what we’re delivering at Wirral Council. We’ve got ambitious targets to meet by 2020. We want to become a connected borough, with digitally enabled residents who have access to seamless and easy-to-use services. We’ll look to you to bring a compelling digital vision, as well as the skills and dedication to make our aspirations a reality.
28th Nov 2018 - NewStart
Department: Supporting Communities
Service Area: Economic Development and Communities
Salary: GBP 19,446 – GBP 20,541 pro rata
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
‘Ultimately, there’s no reason tenants shouldn’t be able to live with pets, subject to certain relevant conditions and checks being in place.’
37 hours per week
An exciting opportunity for two RICS qualified property professionals to work in the Commercial Development and Property Division of the Council to undertake a wide range of duties required to support internal and external clients to achieve our ambitions for the authority.
The Council is currently undertaking a major review of its land and property assets with the aim of driving efficiencies and maximising income from its portfolio in addition to identifying investment and development opportunities. The Council’s property assets are a key driver to assist growth in the city and support the Council’s ambitious objectives.
The Planning Services Section has established a strong positive reputation for quality of service, in providing a pro-active approach designed to facilitate and promote high quality development.
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic person who has detailed knowledge and comprehensive understanding of complex planning issues and who is able to provide advice and make recommendations on complex planning proposals. To be successful, you will need excellent communication skills, a positive attitude and the ability to work under pressure and on your own initiative.
‘Bringing international cycling events to North Yorkshire boosts our visitor economy and our businesses.’
‘He promised us more affordable housing but so far has fallen very short of his promises, particularly on social housing which is our greatest need.’
The LGA estimates this has led to the potential loss of 10,500 affordable homes in the past three years.