Strategic Land Manager

Discipline: Cheshire and North Wales Land
Job type: Full-Time
Salary: Competitive Salary
Job ref: 001423
Published: 27 days ago

Strategic Land Manager – Anwyl Land


Anwyl is a proud family builder with the 4th generation taking a leading role in the business. We began in 1930 as a joinery and woodworking contractor, but with over nine decades of success behind us, we now operate three divisions: Anwyl Homes, Anwyl Land and Anwyl Partnerships. We don’t just think of our buildings as bricks and mortar. We build places for people, and we build for tomorrow and beyond.


Hours:               8.30am- 5.15pm (Mon- Thurs)

 8.30am- 4.00pm (Fri)

Salary:             Competitive Salary

Report to:       Strategic Land & Planning Director

Location:          Ewloe Head Office, North Wales


Scope: Anwyl Land are looking to recruit a Strategic Land Manager to work from their Ewloe office reporting directly to the Strategic Land & Planning Director.  You will work in a team that is responsible for identifying, negotiating and acquiring land suitable for future residential development and longer term Strategic land.


Main Duties and Responsibilities:


                Strong knowledge of the residential market with a growing individual network of contacts within the industry. This will be required in order to maintain and expand the company’s contact base with various land owners, agents and local authorities;
                Understanding constraints and opportunities commercially and technically with regard to land interests;
                Be able to support and assist with formulation and management of offers, co-ordination of investigations, negotiation with local authorities, agents, solicitors and third parties;
                Understand and negotiate both promotion and option agreements;
                Procure technical, legal and development information to liaise and instruct internal and external parties to appraise site opportunities and constraints;
                Working to resolve title and contractual issues on land;
                Liaison with landowners and agents over progress on site promotion to establish positive relationships;
                Technical ability and a good understanding of the planning process and planning system;
                Ability to manage external consultants for the submission of planning applications and appeals if required;
                An experience networker, and willingness to travel to events;
*                Engage in negotiations with officers, local community groups and other stakeholders at both pre-application and post-application submission stages, including attendance at meetings where necessary.


The successful candidate will have the following skills, experience and attributes:

  • Member of an accredited organisation within the built environment i.e. RTPI/MRICS; but not essential for the right individual with experience;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Excellent organisational skills;
  • Interpersonal skills;
  • Time management in order to meet deadlines;
  • Attention to detail;
  • Excellent numerical skills;
  • Ability to plan, prioritise and organise own workload;
  • Excellent negotiation and networking skills.  Able to work under pressure.




*         Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)

*         Smart Health

*         Eyecare vouchers for Specsavers

*         Wider Wallet (employee discount site)

*         Length of Service

*         Death in Service

*         26 days holiday plus bank holidays

*         Gym discount


Closing date for applications: Friday 19th April 2024


Anwyl Group is an Equal Opportunities Employer.