Surveying & Project Management Salary Guide

by Andrew Childerley

Surveying & Project Management Salary Guide

Our 2021 Surveying & Project Management Salary Guide has been updated for all our core roles within East Anglia and the home counties.

The 2021 Salary Guide survey combines real local data and research from our clients and candidates combined with placement information from our own specialist recruitment experience in this region. Each Salary Guide reports on key job roles in demand for Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk compared to trends in Essex, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

In addition to these locations, our Surveying & Project Management survey also compares salaries in London, Oxford & Buckinghamshire, reflecting the wider demand of demand for development and innovation in the ‘golden triangle’.

Download our latest 2021 Surveying & Project Management Salary Guide below:

To provide a fair, realistic and ultimately useful salary guide average salary ranges for each key position have been used, rather than one off maximum remuneration levels, to avoid driving up salaries. With staff shortages and availability of quality candidates always an issue across the built environment sector.  People with the right experience, skills and qualifications will always find motivated employers looking to attract staff who are willing to offer salaries beyond our guide ranges.

We have based our salary range information, taking into account overall demand for Surveying staff in each sector, looking particularly at the local differences we have seen across our core East Anglia, Home Counties and South East regions.

Our 2021 Salary Guides provide an insight for job seekers and employers alike that we hope you find helpful, as a fair representation of pay and benefits in our experience in this region.

Talk to our specialist team, to discuss salary advice, remuneration and benefit trends, flexible working and salary bench marking relevant to your career or business needs.

Our full 2021 Salary Guide for all disciplines and key findings can he found here.


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