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Jeremy Randall



I am a Planning Partner in Gerald Eve’s Planning and Development department with close to 20 years’ experience advising leading UK and international owners, developers, investors, and occupiers across London.

A member of the Royal Town Planning Institute, I provide expert Town Planning and Development advice across Offices, Mixed-Use, Retail and Cultural sectors as well as advising extensively in the Public Sector.

I am experienced across Central London as a whole, however, my core area of expertise is in advising owners, developers, investors, and occupiers in the City of London. As a member and planning advisor to the City Property Association I am at the forefront of debates and discussions around emerging policy and guidance in the City.

My clients include; Mitsubishi, Credit Sussie, Yard Nine, Vengrove, Beltane, Evans Randall, CORE, Stanhope, Pembroke Real Estate, JMI Properties, Endurance Land, Angelo Gordon, Clothworkers Company, Capital Real Estate Partners, Museum of London, City of London Corporation, Simten, Urbanest, LS Estates, Pegasi, Broadwater Capital, DWS.



  • 50 Fenchurch Street – I was appointed by The Clothworkers’ Company to advise on their island site on Fenchurch Street. The planning application sought approval for a sustainable, modern 36 storey office led development. The scheme proposed a significant increase in office floorspace (94,336 sq m GIA) in a highly accessible location, along with retail accommodation and the re-provision of the Clothworkers’ Hall.
  • Museum of London – I advised the Museum of London to achieve planning permission for the Museum’s new home at West Smithfield, providing a world-class temporary exhibition space, substantial expansion of learning facilities and greater visibility of the Museum’s collections and research arms. The scheme proposes over 40,000 sq m (GEA) in a mix of commercial uses. As part of the same application, I worked on behalf of the City Corporation on the Annexe site regeneration, for a mix of commercial uses.
  • 6-8 Bishopsgate – I advised Mitsubishi Estates and Stanhope on the redevelopment of a prominent site at 6-8 Bishopsgate and 150 Leadenhall Street. The application involved the demolition of the existing buildings and the erection of a part 10, part 25 and part 50 storey building providing over 85,000 sq m GEA of Class B1 office floorspace, with some flexible Class B1, A1, A3 uses. The building also provides a public viewing gallery on the top floor.
  • Emperor House, Vine Street – I advised Urbanest on securing planning permission for an exciting new building accommodating 600 new student rooms alongside 7,700 sq m of Grade A office and incubator space for start-up businesses. The new, highly sustainable, building sits comfortably in this tight urban block and has facilitated the restoration and opening up of a large section of London’s Roman City Wall to the public as part of an exhibition space.

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