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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 part of Peel L&P
Natural Resources & Energy
Trafford Park, Manchester
35 Hours Per Week, Permanent Role
Competitive Salary & Benefits Package

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 northwest 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 infrastructure. With a heritage of supporting low carbon projects over the last 20 years, Peel NRE has developed over 350MW of renewable energy assets with a further 119MW of consented waste to energy capacity at various stages of development.

In response to significant changes in the energy policy landscape, Peel NRE has evolved its development strategy looking to generate new opportunities in emerging energy vectors such as hydrogen and ammonia, alongside carbon capture storage and utilisation infrastructure at our Energy Parks.

Peel NRE has diverse portfolio of interest with development being focussed on decentralised hydrogen production, 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, carbon dioxide transportation 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 Business Development Executive in Hydrogen & CCUS based at our office in Trafford Park, Manchester.

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:

Technical, environmental, and commercial evaluation of emerging Hydrogen and CCUS technologies and development opportunities. Analyse market opportunities and develop new business strategies.
Undertake commercial viability and financial modelling of projects along with the preparation and presentation of detailed proposal documents throughout the process to gain relevant approvals to proceed.
Manage project workload within agreed budgets and provide administrative, financial and progress information to the Development Directors and Managing Director of Peel NRE.
Represent Peel at relevant industrial forums and strategic initiatives such as a NW Hydrogen Alliance, Cluster Plan and Decarbonised Gas Alliance
Monitor, draft representations and engage with Government on policy on behalf of Peel, shaping the future direction of hydrogen and CCUS policy.
Monitor grant funding opportunities available for Hydrogen and CCUS projects. Prepare and implement bids for grants and central government investment funds.
Management and maintenance of a diverse range of external and internal stakeholder relationships to create business and development opportunities.

Key Skills and Capabilities
Project Management skills and experience, with the ability to manage complex projects including the risks and uncertainty with external stakeholders and an ever changing political, legislative and regulatory backdrop.
Well-rounded demonstratable commercial management skills – including development and control of budgets, financial appraisals, project evaluation, contract negotiation and management and overall project management.
Strong computer literacy.
Organised, analytical and detail driven.
Strong written and presentation skills internally and with third parties.
Ability to build and maintain relationships internally and externally.
Experience of consultation with both internal and external stakeholders and in developing strong working relationships with key actors.

Qualifications & Desirable Skills
Degree qualified as a minimum in an appropriate technical field/discipline.
Qualification or working toward a relevant professional institute.
Experience of managing projects beyond the consenting phase through the procurement and construction phases of development.
A good understanding of chemistry and technically knowledgeable along with a strong understanding of the infrastructure required to deliver Hydrogen and CCUS projects.

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, 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

Please note, the closing date of this role is Friday 20th August 2021 – if you have not heard from us within 4 week of application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful.

Partnerships Manager

Peel L&P
Liverpool City Region (Liverpool & Wirral)
35 Hours Per Week
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Some Travel Will Be Required

Peel L&P Group own and manage 1.2 million m² of property and 15,000 hectares of land and water. Our holdings are concentrated in North West England, but we also own and manage significant assets in the Clyde, Yorkshire and the Medway in Kent, with a total portfolio value of £2.3 billion.

Land and Property lies at the heart of The Peel Group, one of the foremost real estate, infrastructure and transport investment enterprises in the UK.

Our specialist teams have a proven track record in delivering high quality sustainable projects – placemaking is the key to our regeneration strategy and reflects the full spectrum of property, transforming land or buildings into new uses for the 21st century.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to play a key role in shaping the transformation of both Liverpool and Wirral Waters. As Partnerships Manager, you will work closely with the relevant Development Directors and wider development team to support, deliver and lead on the ambitions with key stakeholders, including the public sector as a key strand.

The ideal candidate will be experienced in working on projects that involve public sector partnerships, has experience of working across a diverse portfolio, bid coordination and contract management. You will need to be a self-starter, excellent communicator and will hit the ground running with a portfolio to manage on day one. 


The Role

  • Day to day management of the Wirral/Liverpool funding portfolio, managing the following main elements- partnership engagement, commissioning, business case/bidding, legal contracting and monitoring/ audit. 
  • Establishing and developing key stakeholder relationships such as relevant Local authorities, the Combined Authority, the LEP, government departments and third sector organisations.
  • Researching emerging opportunities and coordinating bids to funders
  • Lead on grant funding agreements/deed of variations/ state aid advice and associated legal contract work.
  • Managing a diverse portfolio of loans and grants so sound contract management, monitoring of the projects and working with partners to ensure the best results for the wider community
  • Finance and funding management - working collaboratively across multi-disciplinary teams including construction and finance to ensure accurate forecasting, drawdowns and cashflow is managed.
  • Keeping up to date with relevant policies, funding and identifying new opportunities.


About You

  • Partnership focussed- you must be able to demonstrate an ability to build relationships quickly and enjoy engaging and working closely across a wider team to deliver results
  • Communication- you must be able to communicate complex information to a range of diverse audiences and be able to develop relationships with key personnel internally and externally.
  • Education- You must be degree educated or equivalent or have substantial relevant experience that demonstrates a high order of literacy, numeracy and analytical skills.
  • Candidates with public/third sector experience, particularly in grant funding, will have a distinct advantage.


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, 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays, 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, please get in touch with our Talent team at Peel L&P

Please note, the closing date of this role is Friday 9th July 2021 if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of your application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful.

 

Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship Pathway
Peel L&P
Trafford Park, Manchester
35 Hours Per Week
Apprenticeship Salary Rate
18 Month Apprenticeship Contract with progression opportunities

 

About Peel L&P – Realising Possibility

We are an ambitious regeneration business with generations of history, heritage and expertise in our DNA. First established in 1972, 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.

Our legacy matters. 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.

Our specialist teams have a proven track record in delivering high-quality, legacy projects across land, property, water and airspace. This includes airports, hotels, waterways, media hubs, event spaces, leisure facilities, retail, workspaces, residential development, industrial & logistical space, public realm, historic gardens and the renewable energy sector. We also believe a prosperous future depends on our ability to harness nature to create sustainable growth.

Peel L&P is an agile and ambitious business with a legacy of success for a long-term, sustainable future.

The Bridgewater Canal is a 65km (39 mile) canal stretching from Runcorn to Leigh in the North West of England. Constructed over 250 years ago by the Duke of Bridgewater, it is considered to be the first true canal in England. Built at one level, its route followed the contours of the land to avoid the use of locks.

The Canal is also a strategic link between the North and South canal network and features one of the Seven Wonders of the Waterways, the well-known "Barton Swing Aqueduct" which passes over the Manchester Ship Canal.

The Bridgewater Canal is owned and operated by The Bridgewater Canal Company Limited, part of The Peel Group, in conjunction with the Bridgewater Canal Trust.


We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

 

We’re looking for a passionate Business Administration Apprentice to join our Bridgewater Canal Team here at Peel L&P. This exciting opportunity will report to the Director – Bridgewater Canal, this role will be involved in supporting all aspects high level administrative support to the wider Bridgewater Canal Team.

Dependent on applicants’ previous qualifications and experience, the role will offer a Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship qualification. You will have the opportunity to gain valuable skills, knowledge and experience whilst realising your possibility with Peel L&P.

The entry requirement for the Apprenticeship will typically be a minimum of three A levels at Grade C or higher, their equivalent (in UCAS points) or a Level 3 apprenticeship in a construction or property related discipline. Apprentices must have the right to work in England.

If you’re enthusiastic, proactive and passionate about and working collaboratively as part of a wider team to drive results, we’d love to hear from you!

 

Key Duties

  • Dealing with email and telephone enquiries from members of the public
  • Providing advice on boating matters including licensing and mooring rules
  • Assisting with arrears recover
  • Assisting with land and ownership queries
  • Updating Management Information on the MRI database
  • Assisting with canal inspections including mooring sites
  • Issuing boat licenses
  • Scanning of agreements, leases and other documents as and when required
  • General admin duties as directed
  • Site inspections/visits as and when required

About you

  • 1st class communication skills – both written and verbal
  • Confident communicator
  • Passionate for administration and process’s
  • Able to work as part of a team, alone and under pressure
  • Good time management skills and ability to prioritise
  • Be a self-starter
  • Professional and smart at all times
  • Committed to studying towards your qualification and being your best
  • Passionate attitude towards the Bridgewater Canal and activity

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, 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays, Peoples Pension Plan, A 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, please get in touch with our Talent team at Peel L&P,  talent@peel.co.uk

Please note, the closing date of this role is Friday 16th July 2021, if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of your application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful. We may close the advert earlier than this date due to high numbers of applications.

Peel L&P
Fixed Term 12 Month Maternity Cover
Trafford Park
35 Hours Per Week
Competitive Salary & Benefits Package

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.

Our specialist teams have a proven track record in delivering high-quality, legacy projects across land, property, water and airspace. This includes airports, hotels, waterways, event spaces, leisure facilities, retail, workspaces, residential development and much more.

Peel L&P is an agile and ambitious business with a legacy of success for a long-term, sustainable future.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

We’re looking for a creative and experienced Senior Digital Designer to join our dynamic and fast-paced small Design team on a 12-month fixed term contract (Maternity Cover).

We are looking for a real people’s person with prior experience of print to digital. Someone who is fully proficient in XD through to InDesign and a self-starter who will really hit the ground running! 

If you have experience in a similar Senior Digital Design facing role, familiar working with multiple brands and excellent client liaison skills, we would love to hear from you!

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about all things Design with bags of enthusiasm and creative ideas, to join a growing team.

It’s what you do here that matters. We are bold, enthusiastic and we always strive for better.


Through our unique experiences, expertise and insight, we leave a positive impact by giving our best, every single day. If you are seeking a challenge, we have the opportunities to match your ambition.


What you will be doing

Work with the Creative team and wider Marketing team to ensure the Peel L&P brand vision and values are applied throughout all channels and platforms to ensure a strong, credible and relevant brand image. Act as brand guardian for all Peel L&P brands, ensuring brand consistency across all channels, working with the wider team to ensure that all campaigns are executed seamlessly.

Conduct user research to inform your designs, including usability testing, user interviews, empathy mapping, developing user personas and journey mapping.

Constantly challenge your own thinking to get to the best solution. Use insight to drive a better experience and undertake research to offer creative solutions in response to performance data, feedback and digital analysis.

Facilitate ideation sessions, discovery sessions and collaborate with other teams across the organisation in an agile manner. Effectively communicate to explain design decisions and present designs to wider business colleagues.

Design end-to-end user journeys that create the optimal user experience.

Be aware of current trends and design processes, use these to influence projects and share this knowledge with the wider marketing team. Be our champion of best practice, UX principles and actively advance our team culture.

Develop new concepts and create visuals from design through to production stages, managing timelines and workflows to ensure delivery.

Work at pace and under pressure whilst delivering high quality outputs, considering all relevant platforms and methods.

Understand the causes of digital exclusion and recommend how to build inclusivity into our digital products and solutions.

Maintain a reliable organisation and filing of assets and projects according to group structure.


Key Skills & Experience

Fully proficient in

XD, After Effects, Spark, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premier and MS Office

Working knowledge of Umbraco and component design

Experience in setting up email templates

Experience of creating design standards and guidelines

Experience of deconstructing user behaviour to create an improved experience for users

Great project management skills - capable of self-managing a variety of simultaneous requirements

Good interpersonal skills - able to collaborate with team members to understand and refine their graphics requirements


Other nice to have

Experience in both consumer-facing and business-facing design

An understanding of print and press ready artwork

Previous experience in facilitating workshops

Illustrative and/or animation skills

Video editing skills


About You

Ability to work under pressure

Ability to communicate with senior stakeholders, board directors and external partners.

A self-starter

A flexible, outgoing and team-spirited approach

Reliable, with a positive outlook and a proactive

A full UK driving licence would be preferred as we move into a more Agile way of working some travel maybe required.


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, 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays, Peoples Pension, Healthcare Cash Plan - our healthcare cash plan provides reimbursement towards your everyday healthcare costs such as dental & optical, Annual Health Screenings - we provide free annual health screening for employees with a health physiologist on site & other wellbeing initiatives.


For more information on this role, please see full Job Description attached or get in touch with our Talent team at Peel L&P 

The closing date for this role is Friday 13th August, please note – if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Peel L&P
Trafford Park, Manchester
35 Hours per Week
Competitive plus wider benefits package

Here at Peel L&P, we devote our energy to accomplishing great things; not for their own sake, or ours, but for those who come after. Today, tomorrow and for generations to come.

Our ambitions are for a more prosperous, sustainable future for all; where people and places are matched with opportunity to be the very best, they can be.

We are 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.

Our legacy matters. 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.

Our specialist teams have a proven track record in delivering high-quality, legacy projects across land, property, water and airspace. This includes airports, hotels, waterways, media hubs, event spaces, leisure facilities, retail, workspaces, residential development, industrial & logistical space, public realm, historic gardens and the renewable energy sector.


We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

Working in a team of two, you will be jointly responsible for the monthly and quarterly management reporting for the main operational areas of the business and also for the L&P group as a whole.

The main focus will be the timely and accurate reporting to senior management of group results, budgets and forecasts, board reports, and any other ad hoc reporting, as requested.

The role will look after a sizeable team of qualified and part-qualified accountants, including the review of their outputs, and ensuring that all internal, external, compliance and statutory reporting deadlines and requirements are met. In addition, this small team will ensure that all accounting rules, policies and procedures are adhered to, introducing and implementing new ones where appropriate.

Duties & Responsibilities

Consolidations
Monthly, quarterly and annual consolidation of the accounts of the main operational part of the business (“Core”), including NRE (Natural Resources and Energy), and also for the L&P group as a whole
Review of the results of each entity within the consolidation, to identify any anomalies or unexpected activity
Variance analysis and commentary on group results vs budget/forecast/prior year
Preparation and ongoing review of consolidation journals
Quarterly submission of L&P results to Peel Group, including commentary and variance analysis
Preparation of the group monthly board report
Preparation of the statutory accounts for the L&P Group

Budgeting and Forecasting
Consolidating the annual budget and quarterly forecasts for Core and for L&P Group

Treasury and Compliance
Adherence to all compliance requirements for bank loans, grants and other facilities
Maintenance and review of operational cashflows to highlight risk areas for compliance, and to ensure the availability of funds for committed expenditure
Ensuring the VAT returns of all group companies have been duly completed, checked and submitted each month or quarter, as appropriate

Audit
Provision of information to the external auditors
Assisting the team with any audit queries

General Responsibilities

Maintaining the property database for the whole group, including all associated postings, and liaising with the valuers
Maintenance of the group organisational structure within both the accounting and reporting software, requesting additions and amendments to the structure, as appropriate
Work together with the systems administrators and external IT consultants to make system changes to improve the data capture and reporting capabilities
Ensure the integrity of the General Ledger
Reconciliation of the data in the accounting system to that in the reporting system
Assist the Head of Finance and Finance Director with the ongoing change programme

Knowledge and skills
Qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA, or QBE)
Minimum 3 years practical accounting experience
(Preferred) consolidation experience
Knowledge and experience of the property industry an advantage
Strong Excel skills
Experience of MRI and SAP-BPC Reporting would be an advantage
People management experience

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. Discretionary Bonus Scheme, 25 Days Holiday including Bank Holidays (pro-rata’d), Scottish Widows Pension scheme, Death in Service benefit, 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 & Festive bonus.

For more information on this role, please see full Job Description attached or get in touch with our Talent team at Peel L&P

MediaCityUK
40 Hours per Week 08:00am – 5.00pm
Salary Dependent on Experience & Wider Benefits Package
Discover your possibility with Peel L&P

MediaCityUK is a joint venture between Peel L&P and Legal and General Capital. The development is home to BBC North, ITV, the University of Salford, dock10 and innovation hub - The Landing, as well as a number of blue-chip companies including Ericsson, Kellogg’s, The Hut Group and Huawei. It also hosts over 250 smaller creative and tech businesses.
Peel L&P’s and Legal and General Capital inclusive and collaborative place-led approach to the future development of MediaCityUK, as a key district of Salford and Greater Manchester, will ensure it continues to grow from strength to strength over the coming decade. 
Due to our continued growth and success over the MCUK portfolio, we have a fantastic opportunity for a Community Co-ordinator to join us at a time of growth and expansion.

Reporting to the Community Manager, you will play a key part in being responsible for providing first class customer service and engagement to all tenants of MCUK. The role is client facing being the main point of contact for all queries across the estate.

The role will provide assistance to residents/tenants understanding their needs, promoting a community feel.

The role will provide direct communication and coordination to tenants across multiple MCUK buildings on a rotation basis, providing a first-rate client experience for all. The Community coordinator will promote activities that support community building and assists the tenants/residents with upcoming events and activities.

We are looking for individuals who can demonstrate passion, enthusiasm, kindness and accountability with every interaction!

You will have previous experience in a Reception/Tenant facing role, Word & Excel competent and have exceptional organisation and planning skills as well as professional personal presentation.


PRINCIPLE DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Provide excellent communication and co-ordination to tenants
Work alongside Arrive Community Manager and Events team in relation to SME-focused events and business relevant events
To provide regular updates and communications to tenants in the building
Receive and sort mail and deliveries
Responsible for tenant satisfaction
A first-rate Customer Service - Create a welcoming and collaborative community environment amongst our tenants.
Assisting with building evacuations of staff and visitors
Answering phone calls and dealing with general enquiries
Cover the front desk during business hours
Keep reception clear and tidy.
Regular maintenance checks of MCUK property
Accurately update and monitor daily checks within MCUK buildings
Develop an excellent understanding of MCUK including its routes, facilities, upcoming events, public transport and others
Have a basic understanding of the fire safety procedures including managing the sign in system
Flexibility in providing support at other MCUK receptions/buildings to gain a greater understanding of each building and its tenants.
Be a brand ambassador for all properties at MCUK
Using your initiative for problem solving and helping tenants
Communicate with Arrive Community manager regarding tenant feedback
Share ideas on how to improve customer experience
Monitor and report any defaults etc to CBRE
Deliver and co-ordinate Refreshments to tenants on a daily routine (Milk round)
Creating order for consumables and passing it on to the Community Manager
Building excellent relationships with existing and new tenants
Greet all visitors upon arrival and departure leaving all guests with a welcoming experience at MCUK.

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 including Bank Holidays, SMART Leave – the ability to purchase additional Annual Leave, Healthcare Cash Plan - our healthcare cash plan provides reimbursement towards your everyday healthcare costs such as dental & optical, Annual Cycle to Work Scheme & Festive bonus and more!

The closing date of this role is Friday 20th August 2021, please note – if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful. We may close the advert earlier than this date to due to high number of applications received.

For more information on this role, please see full Job Description attached or get in touch with our Talent team at Peel L&P

 

Peel NRE
Trafford Park, Manchester
Competitive salary & benefits 

Discover your possibility with Peel L&P

Peel L&P is an ambitious regeneration business with generations of history, heritage and expertise. Established in 1972, 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. Our specialist teams have a proven track record in delivering high-quality, legacy projects across land, property, water and airspace. This includes airports, hotels, waterways, media hubs, event spaces, leisure facilities, retail, workspaces, residential development, industrial & logistical space, public realm, historic gardens and the renewable energy sector.
Peel NRE

Peel NRE, part of Peel L&P, is at the heart of the nation’s activity around clean growth and the circular economy – helping the UK achieve net zero by 2050 and supporting regions in their actions to achieve climate emergency targets. We re-use, re-purpose and re-energise natural resources to develop and maintain vital infrastructure across the UK and are experts in renewable energies, district heating, waste to value, water management, materials management and electric vehicle charging. Our Protos energy and resource hub, located in Cheshire, leads the way in low carbon energy and waste management through innovative technologies including the UK’s first plastic-to-hydrogen facility

To support Peel NRE’s continued growth and commitment in the renewable energy sector we have recently formed a joint venture partnership with Cubico Sustainable Investments (Peel Cubico Renewables) with the aim of identifying, developing and operating a substantial portfolio of onshore wind and solar projects over the next 10 years through a combination of grid scale and private wire developments.


We see possibility. We deliver transformation.


An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the experienced and dynamic Peel NRE renewable energy development team as a Land & 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 renewable energy development team managing a diverse range of land and property transactions.
The successful candidate will be commercially astute, proactive, ambitious and a self-starter with experience in managing, negotiating and delivering land and property agreements associated with new grid-scale onshore wind and ground-mounted solar projects in England, Scotland and Wales. The role offers excellent prospects for career progression as well as the opportunity to work within a fast-growing and entrepreneurial company with a hands-on approach to support the development of the next generation of renewable energy projects in the UK.

Key Responsibilities

Lead and manage the delivery of land assembly and other property related agreements from initial site identification through to financial close

Negotiate and secure Heads of Terms, Option and Lease agreements and other third-party property rights with landowners required for the successful delivery of new onshore wind, solar PV and battery storage projects

Identify and approach landowners to agree rent and other commercial terms

Instruct and manage land agents, consultants and external solicitors in relation to securing land agreements.

Oversee and manage the drafting and completion of land agreements

Undertake title searches to ascertain property ownership and other rights

Provide support in the identification, feasibility, evaluation and development of new onshore wind, solar PV, battery storage and other renewables technologies through to financial close

Manage a diverse range of external and internal stakeholder relationships, including landowners, tenants, land agents, legal advisors, local planning authorities and statutory consultees

Assist with land and property transactions in relation to joint venture partnerships, acquisition, sale and any associated due diligence

Create and maintain a land terrier register to ensure rent and other payments are paid on time

Provide advice and support on valuation and other project and property management matters including site finding and land assembly strategy

Manage existing landlord and tenant relationships
Represent the Company at community engagement, stakeholder consultations and other meetings and events

Experience & Qualifications

Experience in managing, negotiating and securing land and other property related agreements for commercial scale renewable energy projects (wind, solar and battery storage)

Educated to Degree level (ideally rural surveying, estate management or a relevant land/property related discipline)

Proficient in land and real estate transactions and any associated legal documentation provisions and procedures.

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

Accreditation with a relevant professional institute.


Key Skills and Capabilities


Have a strong knowledge and understanding of the commercial parameters of renewable energy development and operation

Excellent communication, negotiation and skills

Strong interpersonal skills

Have the ability to collaborate and work cross functionally.

Have vision and be innovative

Be commercially astute with an attention to detail and understanding of risk

Excellent business development ability, with keen awareness of potential opportunities

Additional Requirements

Full UK driving licence

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

Frequent travel to undertake site visits and meet landowners


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. Please note – if you have not heard from us within 4 week of application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful.

 

Peel L&P Group Management
Trafford Park, Manchester
35 Hours per week 
Permanent contract 
Competitive Salary

Here at Peel L&P, we devote our energy to accomplishing great things; not for their own sake, or ours, but for those who come after. Today, tomorrow and for generations to come.

Our ambitions are for a more prosperous, sustainable future for all; where people and places are matched with opportunity to be the very best, they can be.

We are 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.

Our legacy matters. 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.

Our specialist teams have a proven track record in delivering high-quality, legacy projects across land, property, water and airspace. This includes airports, hotels, waterways, media hubs, event spaces, leisure facilities, retail, workspaces, residential development, industrial & logistical space, public realm, historic gardens and the renewable energy sector.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Head of Shared Services to join our finance division within Peel L&P. This role will report directly into our Head of Finance and is responsible for developing and leading a Shared Services delivery model overseeing accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit control and project accounting activities, putting best practice governance, process and standardisation in place.

This is a newly created role in a fast paced and ever-changing environment. Our ideal candidate would be someone who thrives on challenge and thinking outside of the box. 


Role Purpose

Establish a culture of service excellence, quality and continuous improvement

Responsibility for the efficient, accurate and timely processing, recording and accounting of all financial transactions, including the production of routine month-end reports and management accounts ensuring compliance with applicable accounting, tax, legislative and other regulatory standards

Develop and embed well-controlled, seamless end-to-end processes, with clearly defined process ownership.

Influencing and managing key stakeholders’ expectations across the organisation. Ensuring relationships are maintained in line with expectations and best practise

Management of a multi-disciplinary team across all finance services with direct reports

Own the review of key Finance operational controls on a monthly basis

Maintain metrics and KPIs that drive a continuous improvement culture and accountability and demonstrate value to stakeholders


Knowledge and skills

Qualified accountant with considerable experience of shared services

Extensive experience in financial operation controls, process improvement and delivery of strategic change

Proven track record of delivering change and transformation programmes within a Shared Service Centre environment

Exceptionally strong leadership experience

Evidence of designing and implementing performance metrics

If this sounds like your next move, then we would love to hear from you! Please get in touch with our Talent Team below.


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.  Discretionary Bonus Scheme, 25 Days Holiday including Bank Holidays (pro-rata’d), Scottish Widows Pension scheme, Death in Service benefit, 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 & Festive bonus.

For more information on this role, please get in touch with our Talent team at Peel L&P – Talent@peel.co.uk

 

Business Administration Apprentice (Property)

Peel L&P
Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship Pathway
Trafford Park, Manchester
35 Hours Per Week
Apprenticeship Salary Rate
18 Month Apprenticeship Contract with progression opportunities


About Peel L&P – Realising Possibility

We are an ambitious regeneration business with generations of history, heritage and expertise in our DNA. First established in 1972, 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.

Our legacy matters. 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.

Our specialist teams have a proven track record in delivering high-quality, legacy projects across land, property, water and airspace. This includes airports, hotels, waterways, media hubs, event spaces, leisure facilities, retail, workspaces, residential development, industrial & logistical space, public realm, historic gardens and the renewable energy sector. We also believe a prosperous future depends on our ability to harness nature to create sustainable growth.

Peel L&P is an agile and ambitious business with a legacy of success for a long-term, sustainable future.


We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

We’re looking for a passionate Business Administration Apprentice to join our Retail Parks Team here at Peel L&P. This exciting opportunity will report to the Property Managers, this role will be involved in supporting all aspects high level administrative support to the wider property team supporting

Dependent on applicants’ previous qualifications and experience, the role will offer a Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship qualification. You will have the opportunity to gain valuable skills, knowledge and experience whilst realising your possibility with Peel L&P.

The entry requirement for the Apprenticeship will typically be a minimum of three A levels at Grade C or higher, their equivalent (in UCAS points) or a Level 3 apprenticeship in a construction or property related discipline. Apprentices must have the right to work in England.

If you’re enthusiastic, proactive and passionate about property and working collaboratively as part of a wider team to drive results, we’d love to hear from you!

Key Duties

  • Issue PO in relation to instructions. Reactive & PPM
  • Authorise invoice payments and processing in line with PO
  • Set up and monitor service contracts
  • Review and action daily security reports
  • Review and action Weekly site reports and instructions
  • Daily supplier issues and manage relationships.
  • Service Charge – General monitoring, updating, reconciliation year end. MRI Function.
  • Lease information awareness and queries. Filing and updating. MRI Function.
  • Safe Contractor updates, setting up new suppliers.
  • Provide updates for board reports.  
  • Managers customer issues and complaints
  • Focal point for all contacts. Set up quarterly/half yearly catch ups for all customers and suppliers.
  • Set up retail parks filing system across all functions, i.e. development, leases, service contracts and customer liaison
  • Ensure H&S files transferred and accessible i.e., drawings, H&S folders, Statutory and other certifications.
  • Update board reports
  • Liaise with IT as to systems operation and improvements

About you

  • 1st class communication skills – both written and verbal
  • Confident communicator
  • Passionate for administration and process’s
  • Able to work as part of a team, alone and under pressure
  • Good time management skills and ability to prioritise
  • Be a self-starter
  • Professional and smart at all times
  • Committed to studying towards your qualification and being your best
  • Passionate about property

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, 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays, Peoples Pension Plan, A 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, please get in touch with our Talent team at Peel L&P,  talent@peel.co.uk 

Please note, the closing date of this role is Friday 16th July 2021, if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of your application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful. We may close the advert earlier than this date due to high numbers of applications.

 

Development Manager (Hydrogen)
Peel NRE (Natural Resources & Energy)

 

Trafford Park, Manchester
35 Hours Per Week, Permanent Role
Competitive Salary & Benefits Package


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 northwest 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, part of Peel L&P, is at the heart of the nation’s activity around clean growth and the circular economy – helping the UK achieve net zero by 2050 and supporting the regions in their actions to achieve climate emergency targets.

We re-use, re-purpose and re-energise natural resources to develop and maintain vital infrastructure across the UK and are experts in renewable energy's, district heating, waste to value, water management, materials management and electric vehicle charging.

Our Protos Cheshire energy and resource hub leads the way in low carbon energy and waste management with the deployment of innovative technologies including the UK’s first plastic-to-hydrogen facility, a 50MW windfarm, a 21.5MW biomass plant, a 49MW energy from waste plant in construction and a plastic park blueprint to revolutionise plastic recycling nationwide.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

Peel has worked over the last 24 months under a Collaboration Agreement with Powerhouse Energy Group plc to develop the concept of the plastic to hydrogen facility at Protos in Cheshire.  This project will commence construction during the summer of 2021.

Peel is now working with Powerhouse Energy Plc to build a project pipeline of 10 further sites with the exclusive rights to develop a portfolio of site across the UK.
An opportunity has arisen to join the experienced Peel NRE team as a Development Manager.

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:

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

Preparation and presentation of detailed feasibility assessments throughout the process to gain both client and Board approvals to proceed.

Identification of sites and negotiation and finalisation of property agreements, feedstock supply contracts, Power

Purchase Agreements, off-take agreements to underpin the financing of the project.

Promotion of projects through the planning and permitting systems and securing other relevant authorisation to deliver projects.

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

Involvement in the procurement and construction phases of developments to deliver operational assets.

Management and maintenance of a diverse range of external and internal stakeholder relationships including public consultation as required.

Development of proposal documents, presentations and materials for customers and partners.

Key Skills and Capabilities

Project Management skills and experience, with the ability to manage complex projects including the risks and uncertainty with external stakeholders.

Well-rounded demonstrable commercial management skills – including development and control of budgets, financial appraisals, project evaluation, contract negotiation and management and overall project management.

Ability to create and maintain financial models for a range of energy projects.

Organised, analytical and detail driven with strong computer literacy.

Strong written and presentation skills internally and with third parties.

Ability to build and maintain relationships internally and externally.

Qualifications & Desirable Skills

Degree qualified as a minimum in an appropriate technical field/discipline.

Qualification from relevant professional institute.

Proven experience in assessing the feasibility of projects and executing the planning and consenting process of commercial scale energy projects.

Experience of managing projects through the procurement and construction phases of development.
Project Management of complex projects to cost and programme.

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

Additional desirable skills

A good understanding of developing the routes to market for project including revenue stacking, market support mechanism and offtake agreements.


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, 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 

Please note – if you have not heard from us within 4 week of application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful.

Assistant Business Development Manager
Hydrogen & CCUS
Peel NRE

Trafford Park, Manchester
35 Hours Per Week, Permanent Role
Competitive Salary & Benefits Package


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 northwest 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 a Assistant Business Development Manager (Hydrogen & CCUS) based at our office in Trafford Park, Manchester.

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:

Technical, environmental, and commercial evaluation of emerging Hydrogen and CCUS technologies and development opportunities. Analyse market opportunities and develop new business strategies.

Support the preparation of commercial viability and financial modelling of projects along with the preparation and presentation of detailed proposal documents throughout the process to gain relevant approvals to proceed.

Manage project workload within agreed budgets and provide administrative, financial and progress information to the Development Directors and Managing Director of Peel NRE.

Represent Peel at relevant industrial forums and strategic initiatives such as a NW Hydrogen Alliance, Cluster Plan and Decarbonised Gas Alliance

Monitor, draft representations and engage with Government on policy on behalf of Peel, shaping the future direction of hydrogen and CCUS policy.

Monitor grant funding opportunities available for hydrogen and CCUS projects. Prepare and implement bids for grants and central government investment funds.

Management and maintenance of a diverse range of external and internal stakeholder relationships to create business and development opportunities.

Key Skills and Capabilities

Project Management skills, with the ability to identify and manage risks and uncertainty in an ever changing political, legislative and regulatory backdrop.

Demonstrable commercial management skills – including development and control of budgets, project evaluation, contract negotiation and management and overall project management.

Strong computer literacy.

Organised, analytical and detail driven.

Strong written and presentation skills internally and with third parties.

Ability to build and maintain relationships internally and externally.

Qualifications & Desirable Skills

Degree qualified as a minimum in an appropriate technical field/discipline.

Qualification or working toward a relevant professional institute.

Preferably with a good understanding of chemistry, technically knowledgeable along with a strong understanding of the infrastructure required to deliver hydrogen and CCUS projects.

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, 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 –  Please note if you have not heard from us within 4 week of application, please presume your application has been unsuccessful.