The Role Senior Estates Manager Job Purpose As the Senior Estates Manager within the Estates and Projects Directorate, your experience gained from estate management is crucial. You will be responsible for the licensing of property and works activities across The Royal Parks’ estate including the management of the Estates team ensuring day to day activities are on track. The Estates team within The Royal Parks is responsible for negotiating and granting various property contracts, responding to planning applications impacting upon the parks, mapping, space planning and management of the estates database. In fulfilling this role, an understanding of the context of Crown Land legislation and how the Parks must be protected would be an advan- tage but not essential. You must also understand and balance both protecting the Parks and driving value through the licensing process to increase revenue through our built estate.
Job Description JOB TITLE:
Senior Estates Manager
The Old Police House, Hyde Park, London, W2 2UH with travel to all Royal Parks Permanent contract on a full time basis. 26 days annual leave pro rata, plus Public Holidays. A pension scheme is available. Direct responsibility for two Estates Managers and indirectly three Estates Officers Director of Estates and Projects; Estates Team, Legal Counsel, Park Managers and Assistant Park Managers. Tenants/Licencees, Estate Managers; Solicitors; Valuers; Architects; Planners; Rating specialists £44,000 - £57,500 per annum Director of Estates and Projects
REPORTING TO: RESPONSIBLE FOR:
KEY INTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS:
KEY EXTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS:
MAIN DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES Key Responsibilities: 1. To oversee the function of the Estates team;
2. To generate income through licences, leases, fees and rents; 3. To safeguard the integrity of the Parks against adverse possession through positive, pro- active management of land, buildings, utilities and fixed assets; 4. To review and manage our licensing process to ensure it is driving value for money for the Parks and to specifically consider where each licence may best fit within the Charity’s corporate structure.
Made with FlippingBook Online newsletter