Project Manager


United Kingdom / London / HB Reavis

Purpose of the role

The Project Manager will provide project management leadership to our development projects.  By applying industry recognised tools and methodologies within our own project control regime, the Project Manager will ensure the Development Manager is better able to lead the project and so exceed the strategic and financial targets.


Actively supports the Development Managers in their duties on a daily basis.

Utilizes duly approved standards, processes, manuals, templates and other documents during Project Journey as appropriate.

Takes part in decisions on all key problems and project milestones (project concept, financial business plan, main due dates, main suppliers and clients).

Informs the management as well as the respective subject within the organization about the project, its planned activities and delays.

Makes sure design and professional teams are delivering on key drivers.

Supports the Leasing Mangers and Property Managers with technical project data.

Supports in design stages preparation.

Leads the project risk management and owns the risk management schedule. Regularly updates and evaluates the Risk & Stakeholder Management Plan and without any delay informs Development Manager about risks and stakeholders of high importance.

Makes sure any project documents and schedules are up to date and properly managed including owning the project data room. Is directly and indirectly responsible for completeness of the project documentation, its actual status and archiving.

Ensures preparation of project documentation and technical solutions for individual stages (EIA, planning, building control documentation), reviews proposals for technical solutions, utilized technologies and materials.

Maintains a cost plan and fee drawdown of all anticipated design, construction and related costs.

Through the budget controller ensures proper recording of the direct project expenses and revenues.

Sense checks the Business Planning programme, creating a project programme and managing the team within this.

Prepares overall project time schedule, plans ahead key project activities and relationships.

Reviews and agrees proposal of the Construction Project Manager to modify the overall time schedule of construction works and decides on solutions of delays.

Through Construction Project Manager ensures preparation of the construction site, especially demolition works, protection and connection to networks.

Takes part in the site reviews on the construction.

Regularly checks fulfillment of the business plan, analyses eventual non-fulfillment and suggest alternative fulfillment, regularly reports project financial status.

Consults financing and insurance of the project, prepares the necessary background data for banks and insurance companies.

Makes sure there is a handover plan which is effectively implemented and that construction aftercare/defects are effectively managed.

Actively supports knowledge sharing within the company and lead the Lessons Learned Process on the development project to ensure that the gained knowledge is shared amongst projects.



  • A minimum of five years post-graduation experience in the real-estate sector.
  • Experience in the London private-sector development industry (desired).
  • Familiarity with CM and MC construction contracts (desired).


  • Ideally degree level education in a property or construction related discipline.
  • RICS or equivalent professional body accreditation (desired).

Other Relevant Skills

  • Self-starting with a 'can do' attitude to problem solving.
  • An understanding of the development process from acquisition to disposal.
  • Proven track record in providing and applying project management tools and techniques to control a property development project.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent presentation skills.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office 365 particularly Outlook, Teams, SharePoint.
  • Proven ability to set and control budgets including cashflow and approval of the same.
  • Proven ability to prepare, own and control project risk registers.
  • Demonstrable understanding of project planning, programming, and scheduling.
  • Confidence with preparing the cost and time inputs required for preparation of development appraisals.
  • Ability to prepare and present project reports to senior management.
  • Ability to direct and control a multi-discipline project team.
  • An open, honest, and collaborative attitude which shows a willingness to work within a small high-performing team.


Stunning workspaces that enhance people’s wellbeing

Competitive salary and discretionary annual bonus

Hybrid working set-up

25 days annual leave plus bank holidays

Pension scheme, life assurance and group income protection

£1,500 flexible benefits pot including options like gym membership & private medical insurance

Enhanced maternity / paternity package

Season ticket loan options, cycle to work and nursery scheme

Discounts Club etc

Annual training budget

Monthly team breakfast and lunch

Volunteering days

No dress code

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