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Head of Property - Investment Property

Preston City Council
Preston Town Hall
£48,045 per annum*Plus Market Supplement of £5,000
Closing date
8 Oct 2021
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Location: Town Hall

Salary:  £48,045 per annum*Plus Market Supplement of £5,000

Post Type: Full Time

Contract Type: Permanent

Closing Date: 23.59 hours BST on Friday 08 October 2021

*The annual salary of £53,045 (£48,045 + £5,000 ) is made up of £48,045 per annum basic salary, plus a reviewable market supplement, which is currently £5,000 per annum.

Preston is a vibrant and thriving city located at the heart of Lancashire.

Having recently been recognised as the UK’s most improved city, Preston enjoys first class transport connectivity on the west coast mainline for rail and is linked to four major motorways including the M6. The city also has good access to superb greenspace including a number of historic parks, the Forest of Bowland and the Lake District 

The Council has ambitious plans for inclusive growth through securing investment, improving assets and infrastructure, attracting high quality jobs, providing homes for people and creating a city centre with a strong cultural and leisure offer. Significant progress is being made already through the City Deal. To help deliver these ambitions, we need to make the best use of its assets, making effective use of land and buildings and ensuring that income is efficiently generated from its property investment portfolio.

We are looking for an experienced and ambitious individual to drive forward the Council’s agenda. 

If you are a RICS qualified Manager looking for your next step in a dynamic environment then I would encourage you to apply for this position.

This role benefits from a minimum of 29 days Annual Leave plus Bank Holidays, the opportunity to access the councils Flexi Scheme, access to the Local Government Pension Scheme, and any relevant Professional Membership fees paid.

If you have any questions or would like an informal discussion then please contact Neil Fairhurst, Deputy Chief Executive on 01772 906067 or

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