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Graduate Planner 2024 - Thames Valley

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20d ago

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  • The candidate must have a minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree and be in their final year of study or have up to one year of relevant experience. A master's degree in RTPI/RICS accredited subjects is highly desirable.
  • As a Graduate Planner at Lichfields, you will be responsible for advising major clients on diverse projects, taking on significant responsibilities from the start. You'll be rewarded financially and in terms of career growth, while enjoying a supportive and collaborative culture. We prioritize flexibility and diversity, and offer a comprehensive learning and development program to accelerate your progress towards professional certification.

Graduate Job

Architecture & Urban PlanningReading


  • Exciting Graduate Opportunity in Planning and Development Consultancy.
  • Are you a highly motivated graduate eager to embark on a career in a thriving and independent staff-owned planning and development consultancy?


  • We are open to graduates in their final year of study or those with up to one year of relevant experience.
  • A minimum of a 2:1 or equivalent at the undergraduate level is expected.
  • A master's degree in RTPI/RICS accredited subjects (or predicted completion) is highly desirable.

Education requirements

2:1 or higher
Final Year

Area of Responsibilities

Architecture & Urban Planning


  • Dynamic Environment: You'll be at the forefront of advising major clients on a diverse range of projects, offering you a chance to take on significant responsibilities right from the start and make a real difference.
  • Competitive Rewards: Your hard work and dedication will be well-rewarded, both financially and in career growth. We offer a highly competitive salary and profit-sharing bonus scheme for all staff.
  • Supportive Culture: At Lichfields, we foster a supportive and collaborative culture where we take care of one another and have a busy calendar of staff and client social events.
  • Flexibility and Inclusivity: We prioritise flexibility and work-life balance and are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, encouraging applicants from all backgrounds to apply. As part of the Government's Disability Confident Committed Employer scheme, we actively support candidates with disabilities.
  • Professional Development: Our comprehensive graduate learning and development programme will sharpen your professional and interpersonal skills so your career can develop quickly. We aim to accelerate your progress towards becoming a certified member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) or Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) within the Planning and Development field, with the support of our dedicated MENTOR scheme.

Application process

  • If your application is successful at the screening stage, you will be invited for an interview and asked to complete a numeracy and written assessment.


Work type

Full time

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