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An exciting opportunity has arisen at DLP Planning Ltd (Rugby) for a Planner. We are looking for a candidate with two to five years’ experience in either LPA or consultancy, with MRTPI qualification or very close to attaining qualification.

This an exciting time across the Midlands with a surge of production of new development plans on the horizon and the opportunity to work on the promotion of a number of high profile developments including strategic new settlements.

The role offers a fantastic opportunity to work across the spectrum of town planning activities, including the promotion of large scale development opportunities, the preparation and submission of planning applications, appeals for a range of development types and local plan representations.

The candidate will be tasked in assisting with the office’s growing portfolio of work. The role will require an active involvement in a number of project teams and the successful candidate will be a positive, proactive individual with the drive to meet client expectations and promote the business.

DLP was formed in 1991 and is now one of the largest independent town planning consultancies and has offices in Bedford, Bristol, Cardiff, Nottingham, Rugby, Milton Keynes, London, Sheffield and Leeds ( DLP has many high profile long standing clients for whom we provide bespoke advice on various sites across the country.

DLP doesn’t have a ‘glass ceiling’ and offers opportunities for advancement within the Practice. There is a staff mentoring programme to encourage this and further, tailored training. As such full support and sponsorship towards your APC will be provided and you will be working in partnership with senior Planning professionals to develop your experience through the company.

The Practice offers a flexible and competitive salary and benefits.

If you wish to discuss the role please contact Charles Robinson (01788 562233) and to apply email a CV and covering letter explaining why this role is for you to Fay Wagstaff at

John HelyarRugby