Project Surveyor x2, Jobs, England, London N, 39415
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Project Surveyor x2 - London - N

£50,000 - £55,000 + Package - Residential - Surveying
Ref: 39415 Date Posted: Friday 02 Nov 2018
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Feeling disillusioned in your current role?

Not getting the progression you were once promised?

Tired of lengthy commutes into London?

If yes, then come and join a leading London based house-builder to work on a £50m scheme in Acton!

  • With over 60 years’ experience, this leading house-builder specialises in urban regeneration to build beautiful, welcoming homes and create strong communities across London, the South East, the North West of England and the West Midlands.
  • In the last year alone, this organisation has received awards for ‘Best Construction & Materials’, ‘Best High Volume New Housing Development’ and even scooped two awards at the Barnet Architecture Awards.
  • Whilst reporting to the experienced Managing Surveyor and being based out of their Acton office, initially the role will see you involved in a multi-million pound development in Maidenhead, primarily focusing on reinforced concrete frame works.
  • Not only does this role offer excellent career progression providing you with the opportunity to progress to Managing Surveyor in as little as 3 years, it also entitles you to a competitive package which will be tailored to your requirements including a car allowance!


  • Experience managing subcontractor packages
  • Main contractor or developer background
  • New-build residential experience
  • 4 - 6 years relevant experience

Want to know more?

Call Laura Shirley on 020 8655 4954 or 07393013547 or email on

If this role isn’t for you and you know of anyone that you can recommend, please note that we offer a £500 shopping voucher referral reward scheme upon success. These vouchers are for a shop of your choice. If you can recommend anyone, please let me know on the contact details above.


Melrose House, 42 Dingwall Road, Croydon, CR0 2NE

get in touch

020 8655 1600 (Fax: 020 8655 1588)