Principal Enforcement Officer
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Closed for applications on 20/03/2023 23:59
Sand Martin House, Peterborough
£42,503 - £46,549
Principal Enforcement Officer (£42,503-46,549)
This role involves investigating and taking appropriate action against alleged breaches of planning control to maintain public confidence in the town planning system. It will involve monitoring planning decisions to ensure they have been implemented properly, investigating allegations that construction work has taken place or that changes of use of premises have occurred without the benefit of planning permission.
As a Principal Enforcement officer, you will be responsible for assisting the General Team Manager in managing the caseload of the enforcement team and signing off their cases. You will have had significant previous experience in planning enforcement with experience in issuing formal enforcement notices, representing the Council at appeal or in Court and dealing with complex enforcement cases involving other internal and external organisations.
Peterborough is a unique combination of a New Town with a historic medieval core that has ambitious plans for the future. It is currently experiencing considerable investment in the city centre, including the opening of the University campus, along with the growth of new urban extensions on the edge of the city. Plans to revitalise the train station quarter will offer a positive welcome for every visitor.
Located on the A1 and the East Coast Main Line, we are in a highly accessible location that makes us an attractive location for new business and homes. An enviable parkway and cycleway network mean you can get around the city in next to no time. We wear our green credentials proudly and are committed to projects to ensure that Peterborough becomes the UK’s Environment Capital.
Our friendly team are based in smart new offices at Fletton Quays but we can accommodate a high level of remote working due to a paperless, agile working framework. The successful candidate will benefit from a flexible working practice, subsidised car parking, car lease and cycle to work schemes, options to purchase extra annual leave, staff discounts and subsidised gym membership as well as a generous local government pension.
We will accept a CV or job application form.
For an informal chat, please contact Lee Walsh on 07825867209 or by email via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are proud to serve the diverse communities of Cambridgeshire/Peterborough and want our workforce to reflect this diversity, which we believe is beneficial for our employees, the organisation and the communities we serve.
This job is closed for applications.