​What is an Acquisition Surveyor?

An Acquisition Surveyor is a key profession within the telecoms sector, which is responsible for managing dependencies across a defined group of sites through planning, tracking & reporting to ensure regional acquisition targets are achieved.

What are the typical duties and activities for an Acquisition Surveyor?

From employer to employer the job description of an Acquisition Surveyor will vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:

  • Carry out site surveys and searches

  • Manage supplier delivery via regular review meetings and reporting and will be responsible for forecasting and managing delivery profiles

  • Highlight potential risks to delivery and mitigate as necessary

  • Ensuring compliance with site acquisition policies and procedures and all statutory requirements

  • Lease Renewal

  • Lease Negotiation

  • Assisting the Planning department

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​Norwich is a city in Norfolk and is situated 100 miles northeast of London. Norwich is the largest city in East Anglia with an estimated population of 143,153 as of 2019. Norwich has seen numerous large scale construction projects over the past couple of years and has multiple large constructions projects in the pipeline, such as:

Fortifying Norwich Castle

This large project, which will transform Norwich Castle into a modern visitor attraction, will cost in the region of £10.5m and take an estimated 3 years to complete due to the fragility of the Castle.

Norwich Western Link Project

This project will see 6.1km of dual carriageway and 7 structures including 670m viaduct over River Wensum, with the aim to improve the network and accessibility in the area. The project’s cost is estimated at £107m with a duration of 4.5 years.

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