Major Project Manager – Brownfield Housing Site

  • Bury Council
  • Closing Date:
Company: Bury Council
Salary: Up to £61,000
Location: Bury
Contact Name: Ben Glitherow
Telephone: 07808 782801
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere


JOB TITLE Major Project Manager – Brownfield Housing Site (Fixed Term 2 Years)

SALARY Up to £61,000

This is a unique opportunity to play a leading role in accelerating the delivery of housing on brownfield land across the district of Bury.

Responsible for the delivery of over 1700 homes (c.£250m portfolio) within the programme period, lead on de-risking activities along with cultivating relationships with developers, housebuilders and registered providers.

Our vision for housing across Bury is outlined in our recently published Housing Strategy and seeks to deliver a range of typologies and tenures that break down barriers to affordable and open market housing.

You will be responsible for the delivery of the Council’s continued ambitions to regenerate our towns.  You will lead on public consultation, working closely with the external partners and local stakeholders to ensure that we are delivering something the people of a particular area want.

You will have the role of coordinating all the Council’s input into the delivery of key capital development scheme including legal, procurement, transport and operations. You will specify the Council’s operational requirements and will also maintain internal communications on the progress of the schemes.  The post-holder will need to have experience of driving forward a portfolio for capital projects.

For further information about the post, please contact Ben Glitherow on 07808 782801 or The closing date for this post is Sunday 21 November at Midnight

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