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Head of Regeneration

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Salary
£78,270 - £81,411 per annum
Expires
05/08/2024
Location
London
Job Type
Full Time

Woodberry Down is one of the largest estate regeneration programmes in Europe, providing around 5500 new homes, parks, and public facilities alongside the stunning Woodberry Wetlands. The Council is delivering this ambitious programme in partnership with local residents, community organisations, Berkeley Homes, and Notting Hill Genesis.

As the Head of Regeneration- Woodberry Down (head of service) you will lead the Woodberry Down regeneration service and be responsible for ensuring that the regeneration programme is delivered in accordance with the contractual agreements between the partners. You will lead, shape, and influence the direction of travel of the programme, ensuring that the regeneration meets current and future aspirations for the area.

You will have worked at a senior level within regeneration, or a related field, and bring a track record of successfully delivering complex partnership projects. This will be supported by substantial programme and resource management experience, and you will use your commercial acumen to secure positive outcomes from the programme.

This is an exciting opportunity to lead and shape a transformative regeneration programme and partnership, delivering high quality new homes and exemplary placemaking. The successful postholder will benefit from the use of a dedicated project office in Woodberry Down in close proximity to open and green spaces, including Woodberry Wetlands and reservoirs.

Closing date for applications: 29 July 2024 (22:59pm).

Interview date: w/c 5 August 2024.

If you want to work in a place where you can represent our values so we achieve the best for our residents, please apply via our website: https://recruitment.hackney.gov.uk

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