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We’re home to a number of businesses and divisions – from development, planning and facilities management to finance, marketing and even building homes. The career opportunities at Peel L&P are vast and diverse. Whether you’re just starting out, or you’re looking for a change, there could be something perfect for you. Scroll down to discover more.

Opportunities

Manchester (Remote Based/Trafford Park/Negotiable)
35 Hours Per Week, Monday – Friday 9-5
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Some Travel Will Be Required


Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were  also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

Following a recent internal promotion, Peel L&P are seeking a new Partnerships Officer to join the partnerships team in Manchester. You will aid in the delivery of our ambitious plans of placemaking through the development of transformational schemes. This is an exciting opportunity to join the Partnerships team, which supports our internal Peel L&P teams to unlock and manage public sector investment. This role is diverse and requires you to be an enthusiastic and passionate individual who can support the Partnerships Manager across multiple projects, such as Land, Property, Housing Commercial and Energy & Environmental projects.

You will assist the business in delivering on its key objective of realising possibility in conjunction with key stakeholders. No two days are the same and the richness of Peel L&P’s portfolio creates a dynamic and exciting working environment.

Who do we want?

You will need to have a real interest and be excited by regeneration, placemaking and communities and you’ll be required to display excellent communication and organisation skills, alongside an ability to work in a fast paced, high volume environment.

Although it isn’t essential, we would like you to be able to demonstrate an understanding of the public sector funding landscape, including grant funding. We would also prefer it if you were qualified to degree level or equivalent. However, these are not essential as we would be more than happy to support your training and development through various courses or apprenticeships, if you have the right motivations and passions for doing so.

What you will do

You’ll be responsible for Supporting the Partnerships manager in the management of the existing public sector funding portfolio - business case submissions, funding research, claiming and monitoring/assurance, and claiming and monitoring, by liaising with external consultants, contractors, and internal team members to understand cashflow and drawdown structures and requirements.

Day to day, you will; need to interpret cashflows, or have a willingness to learn, against milestones and targets and you will articulate and communicate any challenges, whilst also structuring reports for external funding agencies.

Finally, having heavy administration experience will support you with other areas of the role you will be integral to completing to support the wider growth of the team and business.

What will you get?

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, 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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality, and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

Management Accountant
Location: Venus Building, Trafford Park
Department: Finance and Accounts team

 

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were  also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

Due to our continued growth, we are now looking for a new Management Accountant to join  our Finance and Accounts team based in Trafford Park, Manchester.

We want someone who is ACCA / CIMA or ACA qualified and has knowledge of core accounting principles as well as knowledge of the property sector would be adavnategous but isn’t essential.

The Management Accounts team role has both Strategic Area and Divisional responsibilities in addition to being the recognised subject matter expert for certain complex accounting processes. We foresee an opportunity to rotate the Management Accounts team between Strategic Areas/Divisions and process responsibilities to provide variety and to support ongoing professional development.

What will you be doing?

The Management Accounts Team will have overall responsibility for the production and review of the Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet for an allocated Division/Strategic Area.  Specific responsibilities include:

  • Responsible for the reporting and preparation of monthly board report for allocated Strategic Areas/Divisions
  • Trial balance analytical review to identify areas which require further investigation
  • Process certain specialist journal entries/allocations e.g. valuations, tax, property disposals, consolidation adjustments etc
  • Detailed variance analysis (actuals v budget v forecast v prior year)
  • Production of management accounts (standard P&L, Balance Sheet and variance analysis) for the Business Partner in the required standardised format
  • Review of balance sheet reconciliations, fixed asset registers, journals etc as prepared by the GL Accounts Team for certain legal entities within the Division
  • Prepare and review audit packs for annual statutory audits and prepare statutory accounts using CCH software.
  • Support the Senior Group Accountants and Head of Finance with ad hoc improvement projects and reporting

Responsibility for a specific process/activity within finance and developing into a Subject Matter Expert, developing a depth of knowledge to support the business. For example:

  • Maintenance of the divisional property databases and consolidation for the L&P Group, support FD with year end valuation work and ad hoc accounting of properties.
  • Monthly management of debt facilities and associated compliance including forecasting and contributions to the annual review presentations
  • System improvements and reconciliations, ad hoc testing, maintenance of the hierarchical structure within the Accounting and Reporting systems
  • Production of the monthly divisional consolidations, and provide inputs towards external financial reporting e.g. drafting statutory disclosure notes etc

What will you get?

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, Death in Service, 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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

 

Marketing Business Partner – Liverpool & Wirral Waters
Peel L&P
Wirral/Liverpool – Some travel required (Manchester)
Permanent - 35 Hour per Week
Competitive Salary & Wider 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 an experienced and creative Marketing Business Partner to join our dynamic and fast-paced Development team within Liverpool & Wirral Waters. Reporting to the Development Director this role will manage all aspects of B2B marketing within Liverpool & Wirral Mersey Waters.

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.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with bags of enthusiasm and creative ideas! Our ideal candidate will be passionate about regeneration, property marketing and all things placemaking. Whilst not essential, it would be advantageous if candidates have previous property management marketing experience.

If you have experience in a Marketing Business Partner role then we would love to hear from you!

Key Duties:

  • Create, plan and implement effective marketing strategies that are brand compliant in line with agreed timescales and budgets
  • Ensure marketing activity is aligned to commercial business objectives for Peel L&P businesses and clearly demonstrates the Peel L&P key brand messaging
  • Attend internal project meetings and producing clear and concise action reports for full internal mar/comms team
  • Produce post campaign reports highlighting successes and recommendations going forwards
  • Development of creative and digital briefs / marketing collateral
  • Copywriting and content where necessary to help divisional teams
  • Attend divisional meetings with project teams, ensuring contact reports and actions are circulated to the wider team
  • Management of budgets ensuring accurate tracking and monitoring marketing spend
  • Updating and adding to marketing timelines in line with agreed strategies
  • Attend monthly internal marketing team meetings for project updates and to aid planning
  • Agency management of external marketing support including reporting on activity against planned retainers.
  • Curate and manage Peel L&P events including working closely with the PR & Content Manager on key media events
  • Liaise with event partners to ensure brand guidelines are adhered to and maximum exposure is gained for project/company.
  • Support agencies to deliver on-site events for Peel L&P businesses including sporting events, cultural initiates and property-related events
  • Review possible sponsorship / speaker opportunities relevance and brand value
  • Liaise with Digital Manager to ensure digital projects are implemented
  • Liaise with Digital Manager on scoping / briefing new websites, putting timelines in place for delivery
  • Management and implementation of tenant engagement and liaison plans
  • Management and implementation of internal communications plan alongside PR Manager

Knowledge and Skills Required:

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent industry-recognised qualification ideally with a minimum of three years’ experience in a Project Management / Marketing Account Management role.
  • Excellent client liaison skills and a proven understanding of the full marketing mix. 
  • Experience of managing digital marketing projects and overseeing social media campaigns  
  • A great eye for detail and good copywriting & proof-reading skills
  • Experience of managing multiple accounts to agreed budgets and timescales
  • Knowledge of CMS systems (Umbraco and Squarespace an advantage)
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to communicate with senior stakeholders, board directors and external partners.
  • A flexible, outgoing and team-spirited approach
  • Reliable, with a positive outlook and a proactive
  • A full UK driving licence would be preferred as travel is 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, Scottish Widows Pension Plan, Death in Service Benefit, Private Health Care for you and your family, Income Protection Scheme, 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 

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.

 

 

Senior Stakeholder Engagement Management
Location: Trafford Park
Department: Marketing

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were  also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We have a new opportunity for a Senior Stakeholder Engagement Management to join our Marketing team in our offices at Trafford Park, Manchester.

The purpose of this role is to support the Associate Director of Stakeholder Engagement in identifying and managing the potential political risks of Peel L&P’s activity and provide strategic advice in relation to these risks to the wider team.

The role will also require someone to identify future strategic working/partnerships and to provide support and advice to teams across the business in developing stakeholder engagement strategies on key projects and communicate Peel L&P’s key messages in order to identify and manage political and community support for our projects.

The right person for the role will require a minimum education of upto degree level and having someone who has political experience would be highly desirable such as working within the following;

  • Parliament
  • Government
  • Think tanks
  • Public affairs

As this role sits within the PR & Stakeholder Engagement Team, knowledge and experience of media relations and social media are also highly desirable.

What will you be doing?

Day to day, you will Work alongside the Associate Director of Stakeholder Engagement to manage stakeholder relationships across the business, including MPs, key councillors and community groups together with journalists and media outlets as appropriate.

You will also Support stakeholder management activity across different areas of the business, ensuring all stakeholder activity is meaningfully captured and follow-up action is taken where necessary and you will also develop external partnership engagement activity with Partners including Local Authorities, Councillors, MPs, Key Governmental bodies (such as Homes England), significant public sector stakeholders and landowners (such as Universities, NHS, MOD etc) and corporate partnerships.

As well as this, we would expect you to complete the following:

  • Work with the Peel L&P teams to bring forward public support for future projects with an emphasis on environmental, sustainability & social value to meet policy and also secure routes for public funding assistance where appropriate
  • Liaise with the appointed Public Affairs/PR agencies as required to ensure consistency of approach and messaging.
  • Provide political intelligence and analysis to the team as required, including briefing team members for stakeholder meetings.

What will you get?

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, 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.

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

Renewable Energy Development Assistant
Location: Venus, Trafford Park
Department: NRE

 

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were  also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the experienced and dynamic Peel NRE renewable energy development team as an Assistant Renewables Development Manager based at our office in Manchester.

This role offers excellent prospects for career progression as well as the opportunity to work within a fast-growing company with a hands-on approach to support the development of the next generation of renewable energy projects in the UK.

Although working for a renewable energy developer would be advantageous to you, we really want someone with an enthusiasm for renewable energy and the ability to display determination, drive and motivation to learn new skills.

We also want someone who has:

  • Knowledge of the environmental and land-use planning effects of developing new onshore wind energy, solar PV and/or other renewables projects.
  • Analytical problem solver, with an ability to combine technical, planning and commercial knowledge to ensure successful development of projects.
  • Strong computer literacy skills
  • Good communicator with the ability to build and maintain relationships internally and externally.

What will you be doing?

Your role with us will be involved in diverse aspects of Peel NRE’s renewable energy projects, centred on project coordination and development, including:

  • Providing support in identifying and assessing the feasibility of grid-scale and private wire renewable energy projects (predominantly onshore wind, solar PV and battery storage) in the UK.
  • Working in close collaboration with the 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, battery storage and other renewable 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 and windPRO.
  • Analyse wind and other meteorological data to develop and optimise wind turbine and solar site layouts, including resource mapping, energy production estimates 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

What will you get?

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, 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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Renewables Development Manager
Location: Venus, Trafford Park
Department: NRE

 

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

To support Peel NRE’s continued growth and commitment in the renewable energy sector we have recently formed a joint venture partnership (Peel Cubico Renewables) with Cubico Sustainable Investments 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.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the experienced and dynamic Peel NRE renewable energy development team as a Renewables Development Manager based at our office in Manchester, although other flexible working arrangements 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 projects.

The successful candidate will have experience in managing and delivering new onshore wind and ground-mounted solar projects through the planning and development process in the UK and will be a commercially astute self-starter able to make an immediate contribution to the Renewables team objectives.

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.

We also want someone educated at degree level in Planning, engineering, science or other relevant renewable energy/ environmental disciplines.

What will you be doing?

You will lead and manage the identification, evaluation, planning and development of grid-scale onshore wind, solar PV, battery storage and other renewable technologies through to financial close and project manage development opportunities through scoping, EIA, planning application and, where necessary, planning appeal.

You’ll be responsible for the management of a diverse range of external and internal stakeholder relationships, including landowners, local planning authorities and statutory consultees, as required. You will also:

  • Be responsible for 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.
  • Support the team and external consultants in the preparation, submission, and negotiation of DNO/TNO grid connection offers to secure favourable connections for projects.
  • Support and lead on negotiation and execution of land, property and commercial agreements, where required.
  • Optimisation and risk management of projects to ensure continuing competitive viability, including the assessment of colocation opportunities with other technologies.
  • Management of internal and external resources to meet milestones, budgets and delivery of projects.
  • Manage and oversee projects to meet the sustainability and renewable energy objectives of the Company.
  • Representing the Company at community engagement, stakeholder consultations and other meetings and events.
  • Provide advice and support on existing planning and energy policy, and where necessary, provide consultation responses, on behalf of the Company, to emerging Government policy.

What will you get?

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, 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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Tenant Liaison Manager
Location: Quayside MediaCityUK
Department: SIG

 

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were  also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We are currently looking for a new Tenant Liaison Manager to join our Quayside Media team in Manchester, where you will maximise the sales performance of all tenants and thereby increase the profitability of the Outlet Centre. You will be the main contact for all unit Managers and will be responsible for building strong, effective and collaborative relationships with all operators. The Tenant Liaison Manager will be responsible for the delivery of the Tenant Liaison program, being the lead in Centre based Tenant and Experiential Activity.

You’ll need to have proven retail management experience, ideally in a store manager capacity and have had exposure in various marketing and events projects. As well as having a great ability to coach and maximise commercial value through various merchandising campaigns.

What will you be doing?

Your main accountabilities will focus around producing sales budgets for all operators in line with the business plan and regularly reforcasting and updating tenant information supplied via Retail Advantage.

Along with this you will be responsible for:

  • Producing regular KPI information including, but not limited to, sales performance weekly reports, monthly stock benchmarking and catering benchmarking reports and pricing and auditing information which is circulated to the central team.
  • Produce a regularly reviewed and agreed list of strategic brands and work with Marketing manager to promote those tenants through effective targeted marketed campaigns to increase annual turnover.
  • Identify strategic, risk and opportunity tenants and understand their performance expectations and work with them to deliver these. If there are stock or store performance issues these need to be identified, escalated and resolved in conjunction with the wider team.
  • Responsible for delivering the Tenant Liaison Programme, championing the highest operational standards and customer service, and to help stores and restaurants meet their full potential and maximise sales performance.
  • Implement and complete regular and detailed audits on tenants to ensure they are complying with their lease agreements. Record and communicate findings and enforce company procedure should any compliance be breached.
  • Develop and maintain close links with all unit Managers ensuring that any appropriate and relevant information is shared in order to improve sales and service to customers.
  • Provide guidance on visual merchandising for stores, ensuring that consistency and effectiveness are maintained and that aesthetic standards are achieved in line with corporate identity.
  • Liaise with relevant retail bodies, such as Trading Standards, Chamber of Trade, to ensure the company is conducting itself in a legal and responsible manner and that each Outlet Centre is always positively promoted.
  • Liaise with Centre and Head office teams to identify and deliver Tenant training to improve performance.
  • Responsible for the accuracy of the information that is contained within Retail Advantage and ensure all tenants can access this to input their store data and use it as a communication tool.
  • Be part of the Retail Delivery team that welcomes new brands joining the scheme through effective inductions and initial 6 monthly review process.
  • Ensure each operator has a Mystery Visit completed annually and produce and analysis reports for tenants.
  • Responsible for all onsite day to day Marketing compliance, ie In Centre Print, digital and Website at a local level.
  • Have a complete understanding of all Health & Safety elements within the centre and work as part of a Duty Management Team.
  • Have a complete understanding of the Company ESG Plan and within the centre and work with Sustainability Team to achieve the set goals.

What will you get?

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, 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.

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

 

Job Title: Plant and Minerals Recovery Supervisor

Location: Port Salford

Department: Peel Environmental

 

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We are currently looking for a new Wash Plant Manager who will be responsible for the operation of a Soils Washing Facility in Salford, Greater Manchester.

You will oversee all daily operations of the plant from production and manufacturing to ensuring policies and procedures are followed. They will help to develop processes that will maximize stewardship, safety, quality, and productivity.

Coming from a waste management or recycling sector will be really advantageous to you in completing this role, as well as holding one of the following qualifications:

  • Production Control Qualification
  • IOSH, IEMA, NEBOSH
  • Mechanical or Electrical Engineering related qualification
  • Plant equipment licences

To be successful in this role, you will require the following:

  • Wash plant management role controlling the operation and maintenance of modern wash plant technology
  • Operation of a minerals processing facility in either a quarry manager or supervisory role,
  • Building products production control.
  • Familiarity with industry standard equipment and technical expertise
  • Strong team building, decision-making, and people management skills
  • Operation and maintenance of fixed and mobile crushing and screening plant. Operation of construction vehicles including 360 excavators, front loading shovels, bull dozers and articulated dumper trucks.

Computer Literate with experience in production control software.

What will you do?

Day to day, your role will include:

  • be required to assist in the construction and commissioning process of the plant in accordance with the construction program.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of an operational health and safety management plan for the site. Commit to plant safety procedures and lead by example.
  • Operate the plant in accordance with the operational management plan and assist in maintaining compliance with Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality control regulations including planning consents. Drive continuous improvement in the operational management performance of the site.
  • be responsible for the daily operations associated with the plant production process of a CDE wet process materials recycling facility including the arrangements for repair and maintenance of the plant.
  • ensure the plant operates at maximum potential, in compliance with regulatory constraints and in accordance with quality protocols.
  • Become an ambassador for Peel NRE Aggregates in client liaison and ensure production and delivery of products in line with customer expectations. (where possible)
  • enforce financial control measures required to deliver or improve the forecast returns of the business model.
  • Liaise with the plant designer in relation to availability of upgrades in processing technology to optimize the performance and profitability of the plant
  • manage the testing and compliance of aggregates produced by the plant, to accord with the factory production control system and ensure that aggregates conform to the aggregates specification employed at the site.
  • daily supervision of site production team promoting safe working practices and daily reporting to the plant commercial manager.
  • have a proven track record in the supervision of operational staff who are required to operate heavy plant and machinery such as crushing, screening and various mobile plant such as excavators and loading shovels.
  • Establish a trusting relationship with colleagues and encourage personal development and staff training.
  • Stay up to date with latest production management best practices and concepts
  • Develop systems and processes that track and optimize productivity and standards, metrics, and performance targets to ensure effective return on assets

What will you get?

Our belief is that people should be rewarded for hard work, so we offer a fantastic benefits package to all our team members. From Discretionary Bonus Scheme, 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays, Death in Service, 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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

Job Title: Plant Operator
Location: Port Salford
Department: Peel Environmental

 

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We are currently looking for a new Plant/Site Operators with experience of operating Frontloading shovels and 360 excavators to join our new business development for the operation of a Soils Washing Facility in Salford, Greater Manchester.

To be successful in this role, you will require the following:

  • Excellent Health & Safety Awareness
  • Experience and relevant qualifications and certification for operating mobile plant, especially loading shovels and 360 excavators
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Attention to detail
  • Reliability

What will you get?

Our belief is that people should be rewarded for hard work, so we offer a fantastic benefits package to all our team members. From Discretionary Bonus Scheme, 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays, Death in Service, 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.

 

BELONGING – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

Associate Director - Estates
Peel L&P
Venus Building, Trafford Park

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of Media City, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we basically specialise in large – scale mixed use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & Leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of within society.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and its five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. It was also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

Our Rural Estate extends to circa 12,000 acres of mainly urban fringe land.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

Due to the promotion of our Estates Director to cover Estates and Strategic Land we are recruiting for the new role of Associate Director for our Rural Estates Team here in the North West. Working closely with the Director of Estates and Land, you will be responsible for the day to day management of the Estates Team and portfolio. Working alongside the Director to explore new opportunities, maximize income and drive growth through identification of opportunities for revenue generation and social value.

We really want to find someone who has MRICS or FAAV status (5 plus years PQE) along with fantastic people management experience and a sound knowledge of UK and EU agricultural and land-use regulations/legal framework. An interest in, and understanding of ,Biodiversity and Natural Capital would be an advantage. An ability to build strong relationships at all levels is key.

What will you be doing?

Our land portfolio is managed with future development in mind. The Estates Team work to facilitate future development aspirations through careful management of our land and building strong relationships with our farming tenants and other stakeholders. There is a real focus on identification of new opportunities to add value, not just in terms of rent roll and capital value.

You will provide support to Estates and Land Director in identifying threats and opportunities, prepare reports and present to Estates Operational Meetings. Although your role will vary, your specific responsibilities will include

  • Day to day the line manager responsibility for Estates Team, working to enhance the skills of the Team.
  • Working with other areas of the business to understand development objectives and negotiate to deliver vacant possession as required. Budgeting for and negotiating tenant claims and/or relocation packages.
  • Ensuring accuracy of property database and working with Drawing office to maintain Spatial portal
  • Ensuring property is appropriately let on the correct tenancy arrangements and effectively managed.
  • Overseeing programme of lease renewals and rent reviews.
  • Preparing (with Team) repairs and maintenance budgets and unsurance revaluations for discussion with Estates Director.
  • Identifying opportunities to increase capital value or rental return
  • Dealing with approaches from statutory undertakers and negotiating compensation
  • Maintaining a current knowledge of land based issues and potential income streams arising from biodiversity, Carbon, Nutrients, etc
  • Building relationships with other stakeholders – Natural England, Local authorities, etc

What will you get?

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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

Head of Technical Services
Location: Media City UK
Department: Strategic Investment and Growth

 

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCityUK, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land, and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We are currently on the search for a new Head of Technical Service to join the team based at our Offices in Media City UK, Manchester.

You will be responsible for ensuring the highest standard of technical services are provided across the Media City estate including QSM to ensure all H&S and regulatory obligations are complied with. This position is responsible for designing, implementing and managing a Technical Services Strategy across the Media City strategic area including QSM.

We really want someone with at least 10 years’ worth of experience in a Technical Services management environment and a NEBOSH qualification too.

You will need to be motivated towards personal and professional development, be an excellent problem solver and hold a relevant qualification in Engineering. Being a CIBE member will be really beneficial to you in this role as well as having knowledge of facilities management, being customer focussed and having the ability to communicate at all levels.

What will you be doing?

You will Support the Hard Services Managers to ensure the M&E provider meets all aspects of its contractual obligations, and that Media City and QSM are provided with best value and operational efficiencies across the estate and that costs are delivered in line with service charge budgets.

You’ll have responsibility of supporting the Hard Services Managers to ensure the M&E contractor maintains all equipment on site in line with all H&S regulatory compliance guidelines and advises where upgrades or replacements are required to ensure these standards continue to be met as guidance changes.

In this role, you will manage major works across the responsible assets with involvement at the design, implementation and operational stages to minimise the impact on other colleagues and occupiers.  You’ll be accountable for ensuring all major works projects are fully appraised and costed for sign off and are included as part of the 5-year business plan budgeting process.

You will be managing occupiers fit outs ensuring the landlords equipment is not compromised and all relevant documents are retained, and you will manage the life cycle of assets at Media City and QSM and take responsibility for forward panning works ensuring service charge budgets take this into account.

By managing third party audits of the M&E contract with support from the Hard Services Manager, you will also ensure all reactive repairs are completed efficiently and effectively in line with the FM agreement and be an effective liaison between Asset Management and Operations teams to ensure relevant documents are communicated and stored to the correct location.

What will you get?

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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

 

Associate Director – Retail Parks
Peel L&P
Trafford Park with some national Travel
Permanent
Competitive Salary & Benefits + Company Car

 

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 have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and passionate Property Manager to join our Retail Parks Team here at Peel L&P. The role will be report to the Retail Parks Director and is responsible for providing effective and efficient services to our occupiers across our national portfolio.

As initiators of the retail park concept in the UK, our strong heritage and unique approach has enabled us to build a successful portfolio that continues to grow and flourish. We bring together our wealth of expertise and understanding of our customers and local communities to continually evolve our retail parks and deliver real results for our world class retailers.

We are looking for individuals with a passion for placemaking and retail and have a proven successful background in leading property management.

Our ideal candidate will be MRICS qualified (or have industry relevant recongnised experience), have previous proven experience within a property manager role, hold strong commercial acumen skills and be able to communicate at ease with surrounding teams and customers.

Day to Day you will:

  • Review existing and new leases and ensure tenants are complying with their obligations
  • Manage & oversee current tenant and deal accordingly with any tenant issues and complaints
  • Ensure databases (MRI, Tenancy Schedule etc) are kept up to date and accurate.
  • Be part of the Property Team Charge process in conjunction with Finance and Operations
  • Prepare and manage the Retail Parks service charges
  • Review and action daily security reports
  • Prepare papers for monthly Property & Investment board meetings and attend all meetings
  • Support the overseeing of the current Retail Parks portfolio estate, including car parking, and works licences and events licences
  • Liaise with Finance to ensure rent and service charge are collected on time, follow up where required with occupiers in conjunction with Finance
  • Collaborate with the internal technical specialists on contract management, project works, and tenants fit outs in conjunction with external consultants as necessary
  • Obtain all relevant fit-out proposals (plans and supporting details) for new tenants or refurbishments
  • To be part of the Property team with the objective of managing the lettable space within the portfolio to achieve agreed financial targets
  • Support on debt collection
  • Assist in business rates management
  • Prepare and gather any required documentation in support of effective Property Management.
  • Build and maintain relationships with potential and existing tenants in support of the commercialisation and leasing strategies
  • To understand and use Retail Advantage as it pertains to the Asset Management of the portfolio
  • Carry out site visits as and when business requires
  • Support with lease renewals and rent reviews
  • Support the wider Property team where necessary

Key Competencies:

  • Successful Property Manager experience
  • MRICS qualified (desirable) or industry standard experience
  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Strong commercial awareness skills
  • Be a self-starter and hit the ground running
  • Solid knowledge of building condition and performance, and related contract and clause management.
  • Management of external suppliers/contractors who deliver a wide range of project activities, from design phase onwards.
  • Experienced in the understanding and knowledge of health & safety provision.
  • High level management of key suppliers in supporting negotiations, managing/escalating issues, and engaging in key decision making with strategic consequences.
  • Interpretation and analysis of data to inform decision making.
  • Understanding and complying with Real Estate and related Statutory, Regulatory and Professional requirements.
  • MRI knowledge (desirable)
  • IOSH or NEBOSH (desirable)

What’s on Offer:

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, Company Car or Car Allowance,  25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays, Scottish Widows Pension Plan, Death in Service Benefit, Private Health Care Scheme, Income Protection Scheme, 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! We look after each other, we care, and we look after your health and wellbeing as a member of our family.

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

Does this sound like you or someone you know? If so, we would love to hear from you!

The closing date for this role will be Monday 31st May 2021 due to the high number of applications we are currently receiving we may close this role earlier than the above date. For further details, please contact the talent@peel.co.uk

Please note – if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of application – please presume you have been unsuccessful.

We Love to Work with Our Candidates Directly, so no agency requirements.

 

Job Title: Building Surveyor
Location: Media City UK
Department: Media City

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were  also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We are looking for a new Building Surveyor based at our MediaCityUK site in Manchester. You will be responsible for providing and delivering a comprehensive Building Surveying service to the Asset Management, Construction, Operational Management and Legal Teams at MediaCityUK

Who are we looking for?

We would like someone who is an experienced building Surveyor who can undertake the supervision and management of works projects including repair, renewal and fit out works to the MediaCityUK property portfolio.

You will need to be ambitious and passionate and be an excellent team player who goes above and beyond for their colleagues and potential customers.

What will you do?

You will undertake building surveying duties to achieve the job purpose objectives and prepare specifications, drawings, cost estimates and contract documents for a range of repair, maintenance, fit out and construction works.

You’ll prepare procurement strategies for all works and use formal tendering procedures to ensure compliance with procurement procedures. Analyse tenders and prices submitted to ensure compliance with specification requirements. Evaluate proposals and make recommendations and ensure all works comply with British and International Standards and relevant Codes of Practice.

As part of the role, you will also need to ensure all works comply with the Construction Design & Management Regulations, and other Health and Safety Legislation and all works comply with the MediaCityUK ESG Strategy. You will need to appoint & manage specialist design consultants and other professional team members to ensure successful completion of works projects i.e. Employers Agent, Q.S., M & E Engineers & Structural Engineers etc, whilst successfully managing contracts for fit out/construction works. Monitor the performance of the works contract by site visits, liaising, managing and negotiating with contractors, clients and the professional team to ensure contracts are delivered to time, cost and specification requirements.

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, 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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

 

 

Sustainability Manager – Strategic Investment & Growth
Location: Venus Building, Trafford Park
Department: Sustainability Team

 

Who are Peel L&P?

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were  also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We are currently on the search for a new Sustainability Manager to join our team based at our Offices in Trafford Park, Manchester.

We really want to find someone who has a minimum of 2 years sustainability experience within a business environment along with and education of a degree level or higher. We would also prefer to have someone that is an IEMA Associate member and can deliver the ESG concrete goal of using relevant external or internal standards and frameworks to monitor and continually improve our governance, environmental performance, and social impact.

We want our new Sustainability Manager to have a wide – ranging knowledge of issues relating to sustainability and ESG in the property sector, whose areas of expertise may include:

  • ESG reporting
  • UN SDGs
  • Climate change policy & legislation
  • Environmental and/or energy management systems
  • Environmental auditing
  • BREEAM
  • Renewable energy technologies
  • Regeneration, placemaking & planning
  • Green infrastructure
  • Sustainable procurement

We are really looking for experience in this role, so being able to liaise with and influence senior – level customers and other stakeholders with be beneficial, as well as having the commercial skills and the ability to relate sustainability issues to practical business.

What will you be doing?

As part of your role with us, you will help us to realise our crazy goal of becoming the most successful and trusted partner of choice, leading in the transformation of land and property.

You will help us achieve this by assisting in the delivery of the ESG concrete goal of using relevant external or internal standards and frameworks to monitor and continually improve our governance, environmental performance, and social impact. However, your prime objective is to support the Property Investment & Management team.

You will also develop and deliver sustainability initiatives and climate resilience, which will include leading on:

  • The Sustainability Action Plan
  • Net zero, biodiversity and social value initiatives
  • ISO 50001 energy management system activities
  • Input to Peel L&P Group Sustainability & ESG Team data management and ESG reporting
  • Ensuring compliance with sustainability legislation and embracing best practice
  • Promoting our journey towards climate resilience through internal and external sustainability & ESG marketing and communication activities
  • Effective interaction with current and future stakeholders
  • Effectively addressing the risks and opportunities presented by sustainability and ESG issues

You will need to undertake sustainability & ESG projects for the Group Sustainability & ESG Director and other parts of the Property Investment & Management Team, such as Retail Parks and the Bridgewater Canal Company, as required.

What will you get?

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.

 

Belonging – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

IT Service Delivery Engineer
Location: Venus Building, Trafford Park
Department: IT

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We are looking to bring in a new IT Service Delivery Engineer who will provide excellent support to all Peel L&P companies, both internal and external employees, assisting them with problem solving, either via phone, email, remote administration or onsite visits.

First and foremost, you’ll need excellent customer service and have a willingness to go above and beyond for both internal and external customers. You will also need experience in 1st and second line support, however we are more than willing to bring someone in to develop them through various training or apprenticeships.

What will you be doing?

Your main accountabilities will include:

Development and administration of systems and users

Servicedesk

  • First point of contact for customers acting as 1st, 2nd line support. Maintenance of laptops, tablets, mobile devices, logging support request tickets and taking appropriate steps to rectify issues or escalating to either Cloud delivery or Comms delivery teams.
  • Respond and resolve support request tickets within defined SLA’s.


Customer Education

  • Prepare guides and informational material around current and upcoming technologies/programs to be sent to customers and placed onto the Extranet.
  • Regularly reviewe and update material and content as needed.
  • Arrange workshops for any larger scale training using third party offerings where necessary.
  • Keep abreast of upcoming changes within the Microsoft 365 ecosystem via Message Centre, blogs, forums and help prepare customers prior to any changed being deployed.


New Starters

  • Onboaring newstarters, follow the new starter checklist for every starter.
  • Arrange for all requested kit to be ready and in the correct location on their first day.
  • Arrange for a follow up with new starters after first few months to gather feedback and discuss any suggestions or training requirements.
  • Follow leavers ckeclist in the same way for any leavers.


Asset Management

  • Check all kit in and out, keeping a record of any issued equipment people are in possession of and any spare stock.
  • Order additional equipment as required and add to the asset list as soon as it arrives.
  • Monitor active devices and schedule replacement of those over 4 years.
  • Provide costs to BUs for acquiring new starters equipment.


Intune Management

  • Document current configuration and policies applied.
  • Update any documentation as changes are made.
  • Investigate as devices become non-compliant and rectify any issues, aiming for 100% device compliancy.
  • Manage software installs within Intune to enable ease of roll-out and reporting.


License Management

  • Keep the Licensing Spreadsheet accurate and up to date.
  • Look to dynamically assign additional licenses via groups and policies within Intune to enable ease of roll-out and reporting.


General

  • Maintain and review documentation as required.
  • Remaining flexible for maintenance and deployment which may include out of hours support or working from different locations.


Keep records and produce reports

  • Ensure any changes are documented.


Protect and secure

  • Maintain user security on all systems in line with Peel L&P control procedures and processes.
  • Work from a model of least privilege when granting access to users, and seek approval before making changes.
  • Follow the correct procedure fro any potential suspicious activity or breach, alert and log.


Deliver quality work

  • Work within Peel L&P’s processes and procedures, ensuring support services are delivered in accordance to agreed standards and best practice.


Give an outstanding customer experience

  • Help to deliver the customer experience by knowing and understanding customer needs / expectations and seek to help them achieve their goals.
  • Always maintain professional and efficient conduct, maintaining a high degree of customer service.


Continuous Improvement

  • Keep up to date with technology and industry developments, always seeking to improve work practices and processes and personal performance.

 

What will you get?

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, 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.

Belonging– How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

 

IT Service Delivery Apprentice
Location: Venus Building, Trafford Park
Department: IT

When you hear Peel L&P, you may think of MediaCity, the Trafford Centre, the Bridgewater Canal, or Liverpool Waters. But we are much more…

We are an ambitious regeneration and development business which owns and manages property, land and water across the UK. To keep it simple and straightforward, we specialise in large scale mixed-use regeneration schemes, residential, retail industrial & logistics, hospitality & leisure, and low carbon energy projects.

We have been around for quite a while too. Our family ran business was established in 1972 and we strive to make a positive impact on communities and work closely with local Governments to help tackle unemployment, reach net zero carbon targets, solve the housing crisis and level-up the country’s regions to improve the prosperity, climate resilience and health and wellbeing of communities.

We’ve accelerated our action towards addressing climate change and biodiversity loss, and our five-year sustainability plan is aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We were also the first company in the UK to third party verify buildings as net zero carbon, as defined by the UK Green Building Council.

We see possibility. We deliver transformation.

So, what are we looking for?

We are looking to bring in a new IT Service Delivery Apprentice who will provide excellent support to all Peel L&P companies, both internal and external employees, assisting them with problem solving, either via phone, email, remote administration or onsite visits, all whilst learning their trade and skill set through various apprentice opportunities we have available.

First and foremost, you’ll need excellent customer service and have a willingness to go above and beyond for both internal and external customers. You will also need experience in 1st and second line support, however we are more than willing to bring someone in to develop them through various training or apprenticeships.

What will you be doing?

Your main accountabilities will include:

Development and administration of systems and users

Servicedesk

  • First point of contact for customers acting as 1st, 2nd line support. Maintenance of laptops, tablets, mobile devices, logging support request tickets and taking appropriate steps to rectify issues or escalating to either Cloud delivery or Comms delivery teams.
  • Respond and resolve support request tickets within defined SLA’s.


Customer Education

  • Prepare guides and informational material around current and upcoming technologies/programs to be sent to customers and placed onto the Extranet.
  • Regularly reviewe and update material and content as needed.
  • Arrange workshops for any larger scale training using third party offerings where necessary.
  • Keep abreast of upcoming changes within the Microsoft 365 ecosystem via Message Centre, blogs, forums and help prepare customers prior to any changed being deployed.


New Starters

  • Onboaring newstarters, follow the new starter checklist for every starter.
  • Arrange for all requested kit to be ready and in the correct location on their first day.
  • Arrange for a follow up with new starters after first few months to gather feedback and discuss any suggestions or training requirements.
  • Follow leavers ckeclist in the same way for any leavers.


Asset Management

  • Check all kit in and out, keeping a record of any issued equipment people are in possession of and any spare stock.
  • Order additional equipment as required and add to the asset list as soon as it arrives.
  • Monitor active devices and schedule replacement of those over 4 years.
  • Provide costs to BUs for acquiring new starters equipment.


Intune Management

  • Document current configuration and policies applied.
  • Update any documentation as changes are made.
  • Investigate as devices become non-compliant and rectify any issues, aiming for 100% device compliancy.
  • Manage software installs within Intune to enable ease of roll-out and reporting.


License Management

  • Keep the Licensing Spreadsheet accurate and up to date.
  • Look to dynamically assign additional licenses via groups and policies within Intune to enable ease of roll-out and reporting.


General

  • Maintain and review documentation as required.
  • Remaining flexible for maintenance and deployment which may include out of hours support or working from different locations.


Keep records and produce reports

  • Ensure any changes are documented.


Protect and secure

  • Maintain user security on all systems in line with Peel L&P control procedures and processes.
  • Work from a model of least privilege when granting access to users, and seek approval before making changes.
  • Follow the correct procedure fro any potential suspicious activity or breach, alert and log.


Deliver quality work

  • Work within Peel L&P’s processes and procedures, ensuring support services are delivered in accordance to agreed standards and best practice.


Give an outstanding customer experience

  • Help to deliver the customer experience by knowing and understanding customer needs / expectations and seek to help them achieve their goals.
  • Always maintain professional and efficient conduct, maintaining a high degree of customer service.


Continuous Improvement

  • Keep up to date with technology and industry developments, always seeking to improve work practices and processes and personal performance.

 

What will you get?

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, 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.

BELONGING – How we address Diversity, Equality and inclusion at Peel L&P

Part of Our People Promise is to encourage a supportive and inclusive culture across the organisation by promoting diversity and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. We strive to be representative of the communities we serve, and we want to make sure that new and existing team members have equal opportunities.

This statement reinforces our commitment to give everyone fairness and equality at work.

“We promise that we will treat you fairly and with respect, no matter who you are, what you do for us, how often or where you work. When considering current and potential team members for employment, promotion, training, or any other benefit, it will be on the basis of your aptitude, performance and ability”.

 

Life at Peel L&P

We’re proud of our agile ways of working with working environments that embrace health and wellbeing, sustainability and encourage collaboration to suit our people – whether that’s in the office or from the comforts of home.

We provide a flexible working environment for our people, which helps to create a positive culture where people can thrive.

More information

You can also get in touch with our People Team: talent@peel.co.uk