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Real Estate Development Solicitor

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Real Estate Development Solicitor

Legal
Permanent
Tunbridge Wells, Kent
£50000.00 - £60000.00 per annum
1846
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Chloë Williams
Research & Content Consultant
01273 007152

You’re a Real Estate Solicitor, specialising in property development. You’ve laid the foundations of your career, but you’re after a firm with better opportunities. How about a well-connected and award-winning regional firm whose client base offers work that rivals that of a big city firm?

Join this leading firm as their newest Real Estate Development Solicitor and benefit from their vast resources. Their vast Real Estate team welcomes you to join them and take advantage of their network, their renowned staff wellbeing policies, their clientele, and their wisdom.

This firm’s residential development team is known nationally for its expertise, providing the whole spectrum of development services to their clients, which include a number of national house builders.

If you have 2-5 years of experience and are looking for a change of pace – for the better! – let us know. We’d love to hear from you.

Value your worth by joining a team that will both utilise your knowledge and build upon it, offering invaluable access to unique development projects across the UK. Providing specialist expertise, you’ll find yourself working on an array of matters to expand your knowledge to your heart’s desire.

This company actively encourages equality of opportunity and promotes respect for diversity and inclusivity in all aspects of its practice.

Contact the Legal Team – Hayley Rose or Chloë – at Harvey John for more information about this Real Estate Development Solicitor job.

Harvey John is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. The salary bracket advertised is FTE, for guidance only, and was set by the agency. We are committed to continued improvement in terms of their diversity and inclusion practices. Please get in touch with any questions concerning reasonable adjustments, accommodations, or diversity practices.