Want to join our family?

As a member of the Peel L&P family, you will have the opportunity to work with one of the most exciting and influential companies in the UK.

A company that has been recognised for its outstanding employee engagement with a two-star accreditation from Best Companies, a place on The Sunday Times Top 100 list, a member of the Good Employment Charter and a Business Culture Award.

A place where you truly develop a career. In a unique, forward-thinking and successful business that is driven to become the employer of choice in our sector.

A place where you are empowered, where your path isn’t already defined, where you will be recognised and rewarded for the success you bring to the business.

We’re looking for people who share our passion and our values to help us realise possibility.

So, if you’re a self-starter who’s keen to make a positive impact and be an integral part of a team, we’d love to hear from you.

You’ll also need to be dynamic with a can-do attitude to adapt to changing business needs.

You can find out more about our values here.

All of our current vacancies are listed below with details on how to apply.

Good luck to all our applicants. We look forward to welcoming you to the Peel L&P family.

Our charities

We’re incredibly proud of our track record in giving something back to the communities in which we work.

This takes many forms across the business from the land we give to make special projects happen, to the support our people give to charity and the community. Our giving keeps on growing and we hope you’ll join us in continuing this long-standing commitment as part of our Peel L&P family.

We also give all of our people a paid day a year to volunteer.

Current Vacancies

Peel NRE

Assistant Renewables Development Manager  

Immediate Start

Home Based/Trafford Park

Competitive Salary & Benefits

Discover your possibility with Peel L&P

Peel L&P – Realising possibility. We’re an ambitious regeneration business with generations of history, heritage and expertise in our DNA. First established in 1971, Peel L&P is now responsible for some of the most transformational development projects in the UK today.

Owning and managing 12 million sq. ft of property and 20,000 acres of land and water, our holdings are concentrated in the north west of England, but we also own and manage significant assets throughout the UK with a total portfolio value of £2.6 billion.

As a part of the Peel Group; we are integral to a business that strives to make a positive impact on people’s lives. We take great pride in the outcomes we achieve, the people we work with, the way we go about our business and the transformational projects we deliver.

Peel NRE

Our vision is to originate, develop, build, own and operate renewables and low carbon energy generation assets. With a heritage of supporting low carbon projects over the last 20 years, Peel NRE has developed over 350MW of renewable energy assets.

In response to significant changes in the energy policy landscape, Peel NRE has evolved its development strategy towards adapting to a non-subsidy world for renewables, alongside the changing requirements of the flexible, decentralised energy model with distributed assets.

As well as retaining a significant interest in the development of Remote Island Wind in the Shetland Islands, Peel NRE is concentrating on growing its grid-scale onshore wind, solar PV, energy storage and other renewables portfolio across the energy vectors of power, heat and transport, including energy parks, district heating networks and EV charging infrastructure.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the experienced and dynamic Peel NRE team as an Assistant Renewables Development Manager based at our office in Manchester, although other flexible working arrangements, such as home working, will be considered. In return, we offer a unique and diverse opportunity to play a leading role in the decarbonisation of the UKs energy system; a competitive salary and benefits package with the opportunity to become a key member of the energy development team with excellent prospects for internal career progression.

Responsibilities

We are looking for a capable, ambitious and self-motivated individual who can meet the following requirements:

You will work within the renewables development team, focusing on identifying  and assessing the feasibility of grid-scale and private wire renewable energy projects (predominantly onshore wind and solar PV) in the UK.

Working in close collaboration with the Planning Manager and wider team, you will utilise and maintain the Company’s in-house ArcGIS mapping software to identify new opportunities; create constraints information and assess local permitting and development considerations for individual projects.

Support the identification, evaluation, design, and development of new grid-scale onshore wind, solar PV, energy storage and other renewables technologies.

Assess the suitability of land from a planning, environmental, technical, grid and development risk perspective.

Provide insight and analysis on renewable energy development sites utilising industry software such as PVSyst, WindPro and/or WindFarmer.

Analyse wind and other meteorological data to develop and optimise wind turbine and solar site layouts, including resource mapping, energy production estimation and visualisations.

Identify and liaise with landowners and their agents, and where required, provide support in negotiation of Heads of Terms and Option and Lease agreements.

Prepare and submit distribution and transmission grid connection applications

Support and feed into the preparation and presentation of detailed feasibility assessments throughout the development process to gain internal approvals to proceed.

Management of external consultants and advisors delivering legal, planning, environmental, technical and other services throughout the development lifecycle.

Supporting the team with anticipating and mitigating development risk.

Management of internal and external resources to meet milestones and delivery of projects

Key Skills and Capabilities

Experience of developing and maintaining ArcGIS mapping software, including data management and spatial analysis.

Experience in high level wind and solar farm layout design / analysis (e.g. using WindPro, WindFarmer, PVSyst). This is desirable although training can be provided.

Analytical problem solver, with an ability to combine technical, planning and commercial knowledge to ensure successful development of projects.

Strong computer literacy skills.

Well organised, self-motivated and have a good attention to detail.

Strong written and presentation skills internally and with third parties.

Good communicator with the ability to build and maintain relationships internally and externally.

Ability to collaborate and work across multiple functions.

Innovative with entrepreneurial spirit.

What we can offer you

Our belief is that people should be rewarded for hard work, so we offer a competitive salary and a fantastic benefits package to all our team members. 25 Days Holiday plus Bank Holidays (pro-rata’d), People Pension plan, Healthcare Cash Plan - our healthcare cash plan provides reimbursement towards your everyday healthcare costs such as dental & optical, Annual Cycle to Work Scheme & many more wellbeing initiatives. 

For more information on this role, and to apply please send your CV & covering letter to the Talent team at Peel L&P – Talent@peel.co.uk

Peel NRE

Renewables Development Manager
Immediate Start
Home Based/ Trafford Park
Competitive Salary & Benefits


Discover your possibility with Peel L&P

Peel L&P – Realising possibility. We’re an ambitious regeneration business with generations of history, heritage and expertise in our DNA. First established in 1971, Peel L&P is now responsible for some of the most transformational development projects in the UK today.

Owning and managing 12 million sq. ft of property and 20,000 acres of land and water, our holdings are concentrated in the north west of England, but we also own and manage significant assets throughout the UK with a total portfolio value of £2.6 billion.

As a part of the Peel Group; we are integral to a business that strives to make a positive impact on people’s lives. We take great pride in the outcomes we achieve, the people we work with, the way we go about our business and the transformational projects we deliver.

Peel NRE


Peel NRE (formerly Peel Energy) sits under the umbrella of Peel L&P along with a number of other Peel businesses.

Our vision is to originate, develop, build, own and operate renewables and low carbon energy generation assets. With a heritage of supporting low carbon projects over the last 20 years, Peel NRE has developed over 350MW of renewable energy assets.

In response to significant changes in the energy policy landscape, Peel NRE has evolved its development strategy towards adapting to a non-subsidy world for renewables, alongside the changing requirements of the flexible, decentralised energy model with distributed assets.

As well as retaining a significant interest in the development of Remote Island Wind in the Shetland Islands, Peel NRE is concentrating on growing and accelerating its grid-scale onshore wind, solar PV, energy storage and other renewables portfolio across the energy vectors of power, heat and transport, including energy parks, district heating networks and EV charging infrastructure.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the experienced and dynamic Peel NRE team as a Renewables Development Manager based at our office in Manchester, although other flexible working arrangements, such as home working, will be considered. In return, we offer a competitive salary and benefits package with the opportunity to become a key member of the energy development team managing a diverse range of projects.

We are therefore looking for a capable, experienced, ambitious and self-motivated individual with proven experience in assessing the feasibility of projects and managing the development process of commercial scale wind energy/renewables projects.

Responsibilities


Manage and support the identification, evaluation, design, and development of grid-scale onshore wind, solar PV, energy storage and other renewables technologies through to financial close

Preparation and presentation of detailed feasibility assessments throughout the development process to gain internal approvals to proceed.

Project management of development opportunities through scoping, EIA, planning application and, where necessary, planning appeal.

Management of a diverse range of external and internal stakeholder relationships, including landowners, agents, local planning authorities and statutory consultees, as required.

Manage and coordinate joint venture partnerships, acquisitions, disposals and associated due diligence

Management of external consultants and advisors delivering legal, planning, environmental, technical and other services throughout the development lifecycle.

Preparation, submission, negotiation and management of DNO/TNO grid connection offers to secure favourable connections for projects.

Negotiation and execution of land, property, commercial and power purchase agreements, including Heads of Terms, Options and Leases, , for new sites.

Optimisation and risk management of projects to ensure continuing competitive viability, including the assessment of colocation opportunities with other technologies.

Technical and environmental evaluation of new development opportunities, including the commercial viability and financial modelling of projects.

Key involvement in the financing, procurement and construction phases of developments to deliver operational assets.

Management of internal and external resources to meet milestones and delivery of projects

Manage and oversee projects to meet the sustainability and renewable energy objectives of the company

Experience & Qualifications


Proven experience in assessing the feasibility of projects and managing the development process of commercial scale wind energy/renewables projects.

Project management of complex projects in the energy field to cost and programme.

Experience of consultation with both internal and external stakeholders and in developing strong working relationships with key actors.

Degree qualified as a minimum in engineering, science, property or other relevant renewable energy development discipline.

Accreditation with a relevant professional institute.

Key Skills and Capabilities


Project management and/or business development skills with the ability to manage complex projects and identify and mitigate project risks.

Well-rounded and demonstrable commercial management skills, including budgetary control, financial appraisals, project evaluation, contract negotiation and management.

Strong knowledge and understanding of the commercial and technical parameters of renewable energy development and operation

Knowledge of the technical, environmental and planning constraints surrounding the development of onshore wind energy and/or other renewables projects.

Additional Requirements


Ability to use ArcGIS and/or other mapping software would be desirable.

What we can offer you


Our belief is that people should be rewarded for hard work, so we offer a competitive salary and a fantastic benefits package to all our team members. 25 Days Holiday plus Bank Holidays (pro-rata’d), People Pension plan, Healthcare Cash Plan - our healthcare cash plan provides reimbursement towards your everyday healthcare costs such as dental & optical, Annual Cycle to Work Scheme & many more wellbeing initiatives.

For more information on this role, and to apply please send your CV & covering letter to the Talent team at Peel L&P – talent@peel.co.uk

 

 

Peel L&P - Lifestyle Outlets

Event & Place Manager
Permanent
Peel L&P - Lifestyle Outlets, Gloucester Quays
35 Hours per week
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Some travel will be required

Passionate about Events and Placemaking, if so, we want to hear from you!

We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate Event & Place Manager to join our friendly team here at Lifestyle Outlets.

The ideal candidate will be NEBOSH Qualified and have an Events Management background to deliver appropriate program of events and activities across the year in Gloucester and Manchester.

This role is based at Gloucester Quays but encompasses Quayside MediaCityUk and will require monthly travel to that site.

Principle Duties & Responsibilities

To research, plan, deliver and evaluate a broad range of events for Quayside MediaCityUk and Gloucester Quays on time and within budget

To work closely with internal and external stakeholders to plan and deliver an annual programme of activity that meets core business needs

To develop commercial elements of events to meet agreed targets and reduce annual event spend while maintaining quality and quantity

To manage the team on the ground to ensure successful delivery of events, with particular emphasis on efficient, cost effective delivery and safe working systems and practices

To manage the space within our estate that may be used by third parties for events to ensure all health and safety practices are followed and commercial income is generated in line with budgets

To ensure event messages and campaigns are communicated and delivered successfully to the marketing team and via marketing communications

About You 

Event planning/project management: a thorough knowledge and understanding of event planning and project management, including initial concept plans and creative ideas, clear and defined project pathways to deliver multiple event elements and systems for post-event evaluation

Event Management: the ability to plan events with deliverable and clear systems of operation in place, to provide scalable staffing and infrastructure solutions to ensure successful delivery and to manage events teams and activities at all levels

Budget Management: to closely manage event budgets and financial trackers and ensure event programmes stay within agreed budgets, to provide clearly presented accounts and costings summaries to senior management, to liaise with accounts teams and administration staff to ensure cash flow requirements are managed efficiently

Health and Safety: thorough knowledge and understanding of the risks and hazards associated with events, the ability to write and communicate risk assessments and operational plans and up to date knowledge of legislation related to safe systems of work and HSE best practice in the events industry

Communication: the ability to communicate event messages and plans clearly at all levels, including but not limited to marketing departments, operations team, senior management, security, cleaning and car park staff and event contractors, partners and stakeholders

Understanding of Event Trends: a broad knowledge and understanding of emerging trends in the event industry, including event themes and content, technology, legislation and environmental

Understanding of the health and safety processes of the building to facilitate being able to lead in the event of any incident.

What you will need 

Essential Qualification

IOSH Health & Safety or equivalent

Desirable

Qualification in health and safety (NEBOSH or equivalent)

Qualification in event licensing (Personal Licence)

Event Management qualification (CIM or similar)

What we can offer you 

Our belief is that people should be rewarded for hard work, so we offer a competitive salary and a fantastic benefits package to all our team members. From Discretionary Bonus Scheme, 33 Days Holiday, Scottish Widows Pension Plan, Death in Service, Private Health Care, Income Protection, Healthcare Cash Plan - our healthcare cash plan provides reimbursement towards your everyday healthcare costs such as dental & optical, Annual Cycle to Work Scheme & many more wellbeing initiatives! 

For more information on this role, and a full Job Description get in touch with our Talent team at Peel L&P, or for more information about Lifestyle Outlets please visit our website - lifestyleoutlets.co.uk/

Please note, the closing date of this role is 19th February 2021. if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of your application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful.