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About Our Client

Goram Homes are a Bristol based housing company with community at the heart of their values. They are a wholly ownded subsidiary which was set up by Bristol City Council to build quality homes where they are needed the most.

They work in partnership with the private sector to build sustainable, affordable homes that create communities, respect the environment and contribute to the local economy.

Alongside their development partners, Bristol City Council and local residents, they aim to build homes that transform where and how people live.

As part of a recently approved business plan, Goram Homes now has the go-head to move forward plans to build more than 1,700 new homes – including over 600 affordable properties – on sites across the city.

The plan will provide a major boost for the local economy with £250 million set to be spent on construction of new projects – with a target of 75 per cent of that spend earmarked for local companies.

Goram Homes have already been recognised for their approach to house building. On Friday 12th February at the Bristol Property Awards, Goram Homes won in two categories, Deal and Green initiative, for it’s first development in Lockleaze, Romney House.

Back in October 2020 Architect and TV Presenter George Clarke visited Goram Homes to look at this particular development.

Job Description

Working with the Managing Director & Partnership Director you will guide a mix of residential and mixed-use projects, usually via a Joint Venture (JV) partnership, from inception to completion. This will include design, planning, procurement, on site delivery, completion and through the defects period.

You will monitor and manage development risks on each project and deliver them to the highest quality complying with council planning policy requirements.

As the Development Manager you will work with internal and external stakeholders to deliver exemplar levels of engagement and consultation. You will ensure each project meets both budgetary and programme target dates and produce regular reports on the progress of each project.

You will produce effective and accurate financial modelling of the Joint Venture projects taking into consideration risk and reward, profit, return on Capital Employed, legal and tax implications.

This magnificent opportunity is a full-cycle Development Manager role which includes;

Purchasing land or setting up the Joint Venture
Pre-Construction/Post Acquisition
Construction
Post Construction
The Successful Applicant

You will have an outstanding performance history within housing development or a similar construction / property based position. With an in-depth understanding of JV viability, building scheme financial models and managing costs you will have experience of effectively leading project teams to deliver high quality homes.

Goram Homes are a subsidiary of Bristol City Council which presents incredible development opportunities and a certain level of scrutiny. As a Development Manager, you will have excellent communication skills with the ability to liaise with a multitude of various stakeholders. You will also understand the risks associated with property development and how to identify, manage and mitigate them.

It is essential you have a good understanding of the design and planning process with experience of both affordable and market housing as well as managing commercial relationships with the private sector.

What’s on Offer

This is without doubt one the most unique and exciting Development positions to come on to the market for some time.

It’s an incredible opportunity for someone to make a significant impact on Bristol’s communities and Goram Homes.

Goram Homes are offering an excellent salary + benefits and actively promote a flexible working culture.

Contact:
Joseph Orpen
Quote job ref: JN-042664

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