Utility Land Rights Manager

Posted 17 May 2024
Salary £41,745 - 56,324 per year
Job type Permanent - Full Time
Discipline Rail
Contact NameEmily Atkins

Job description

Are you a wayleaves officer/land acquisition manager with utilities experience?

Do you want to work on the largest infrastructure project in Europe?

Salary: £41,745 - £56,324  (based on experience & location)

Location: Birmingham or London, office 2 days per week.


  • Experience negotiating/acquiring land rights for any utilities whether that be DNO, telecoms/fibre, water, electricity etc.
  • Experience in the negotiation of wayleaves, easements, and acquisitions of land rights.
  • Experience in delivering large-scale infrastructure projects and managing strategic suppliers.
  • Excellent stakeholder management experience.

Your responsibilities as a Utility Land Rights Manager will include:

  • Overseeing mixed utility land right cases.
  • Building relationships with internal stakeholders and external suppliers to ensure effective negotiation.
  • Providing relevant technical advice to inform design and construction.
  • Collaborating with other team members to ensure a consistent approach across the project.

My client is looking for multiple Utility Land Rights Manager with experience in the negotiation of wayleaves, easements, and delivering land rights to join their growing team. This role will involve significant engagement with internal and external stakeholders, managing suppliers, and ensuring the correct liaison for complex land rights cases.

Please note, there is limited availability to be put forward for this role so early application is essential.