Over the years we have built a strong team of hard working, creative and passionate people. We hope to make the job as enjoyable as possible while welcoming the challenge of helping our clients deliver their infrastructure projects.  

Our team take a flexible and modern approach to work and enjoy working with a variety of clients to help decarbonize the electricity supply.  

Current Vacancies

Our Purpose

Blackhall assemble the land and rights in land needed for the energy transition.

Supporting our clients to deliver infrastructure projects to decarbonise the economy by getting them the right land at the right time for the right price.

We provide property services for energy, utilities and infrastructure projects and are regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Our Approach

Holistic land assembly is at the core of our approach. We assess the entire property requirement for a project and select the best people in our team to navigate individual transactions within agreed project management parameters.

We will develop a fully costed land assembly strategy to suit our customers project governance systems and manage landowner relationships from project inception through project development, refinement, construction, commissioning, operations and maintenance.

We manage our work processes using robust project management tools but understand the importance of respect as a guiding principal in all of our dealings and negotiations and as the anchor of our client and landowner relationships.

What We Need

We are looking to recruit at least two Graduate Land Managers to work as part of our team assembling land and rights in land for green infrastructure projects the length of the UK.

The Role

You will work as part of a team engaging and negotiating with landowners and other stakeholders to secure property and other rights in, over and under land in Scotland, England, Wales, NI and Ireland.

The Person

You will have a degree level education. Your degree or other qualifications may be RICS accredited but this is not a pre-requisite. You need to enjoy engaging with people face to face, over video-conferencing and the phone. You should be able to plan your own work whilst contributing positively to the overall goals of the team.

The Remuneration Package

• Salary dependant on experience

• Pension contributions matched up to 7%

• Electric vehicle allowance

• Private medical cover

• Life assurance scheme

Training & Education

You will join our Infrastructure Property Boot Camp programme and be schooled in the land assembly regimes for all main infrastructure categories.

Where applicable you will be fully supported and mentored throughout your RICS Assessment of Competence.

Should you wish to study on access courses with a view to sitting your RICS APC the firm will support you in that aim.

Working Pattern

Full Time (37hrs per week) fully flexible working pattern

Applications & Questions


Land Manager for Busy Infrastructure Surveying Practice

Location Flexible (UK based preferably Scotland)
Hours Full Time
Contract Type Permanent (6month probationary period)
Salary £40,000 – £43,000 per annum
Bonus Competitive, commensurate with experience
Benefits Package Competitive, commensurate with experience
Start Date To Be Agreed – flexible


Blackhall & Powis is a new surveying practise based near Glasgow. We acquire land and associated rights in land for energy and infrastructure projects and provide other associated services. We support projects as far north as Shetland and as far south as Dover.

The company has a resource equivalent to 4 full time equivalent staff.

We are looking to recruit a Land Manager with 1-3 years Post Qualification Experience to assist in supporting our expanding client base. The role offers a flexible hybrid working on projects across the UK.

Main Responsibilities

  • Agreeing Terms of Engagement with customer
  • Writing and agreeing land rights acquisition strategies
  • Writing and agreeing land assembly budgets
  • Preparing heads of terms and template transactional documentation
  • Land referencing and title analysis
  • Building relationships between Developers, Landowners & Occupiers
  • Negotiating and agreeing terms for land rights acquisition
  • Preparing Photographic and Video records of condition
  • Supporting Infrastructure Consenting processes across the UK
  • Attending Hearings and Public Enquiries
  • Managing Developer-Landowner and Occupier relationships during project construction
  • Invoicing and customer care throughout whole project lifecycle
  • Close out of project disturbance compensation claims in advance of handover to operations