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Regional Property Surveyor

Job Title: Regional Property Surveyor
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: asap
REF: dd/surveyor_1557224602
Contact Name: Delma Dass
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

We are looking for a great Regional Property Surveyor to join our client's expanding Head Office Team, with one the world's leading Mobile Telecoms Service Providers based in Reading. You'll be part of a vibrant, agile team at the forefront of Mobile Telecoms and IT Technology.

New state-of-the-art offices and flexible working with collaborative digital systems are just a few of the perks we offer to our employees, on top of a competitive salary and exciting work.

All Regional Property Surveyor's will be being responsible for the day to day estate management in their individually allocated Project Group, with individual RPSs being the nominated specialist lead responsible for overall reporting and process having specific responsibility for one or more of the following:

  1. New Code Agreement renewals
  2. New Code NTQ replacements
  3. New Code Rollout
  4. Exit Management and surrender negotiations
  5. All Upgrades
  6. Old Code Matters including '54 Act
  7. Rent reviews
  8. Access Issues through escalation
  9. Cabling wayleaves

Each Specialist Lead has the responsibility to proactively and innovatively develop practices and processes to evolve, implement and deliver optimal outcomes and to report regularly on progress to the business as required. They will be the "go to" person for that specialism and will liaise and collaborate with internal and external experts, particularly Legal to achieve that aim. This will necessarily include internal and external workshops and compliance auditing.

Working collaboratively across all departments, with shareholders and Suppliers as well as those within the Property Team to help improve the management of business processes and interfaces.

It is recognised that in certain instances, consensual agreement will not be capable of being reached. The ECC provides for a framework to enable Code Operators to make application to Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber), to determine whether rights are to be conferred upon the operator and the terms of such rights of occupation, in the absence of consensual agreement. The role holder will be responsible for reviewing and making internal recommendations concerning when to make such referrals and to be involved in the process thereafter.

The Role holder will be responsible for the tracking of all such referrals to Court, supporting the instructing Solicitors and for reviewing such to ensure that all other appropriate considerations are considered.

The role holder will also be required to interface with landowner representatives.

If you are interested in this role please apply today!

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