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Justin Quiney



I am an Associate in the Gerald Eve Planning and Development team. I have over eight years’ experience providing strategic and property specific town planning advice.

I work with a range of clients including landowners, developers, institutions, and occupiers, to deliver complex developments across a range of uses, primarily in Central London.

I joined Gerald Eve in 2013 and since then have built over eight years’ experience giving client-facing, strategic planning advice to realise the development potential of assets, from appraisal phase, through the planning application and construction stages.

My key clients include Yoo Capital, Almacantar, The Portman Estate, The Pollen Estate, Grosvenor Estate and the Royal Academy of Arts.



  • Olympia Exhibition Centre, West London – Strategic planning advice for Yoo Capital on the restoration and further development of the historic exhibition centre site.  A revitalised Olympia will provide an internationally-renowned arts and cultural hub, centred on the revitalised exhibition halls, alongside an array of new spaces including a theatre, music venue, two hotels, retail and restaurant spaces, plus a commercial office tower and the ‘Skydeck’, a an elevated public space at the heart of the site.
  • Marble Arch Tower and Lyons Place – On-going planning advice for Almacantar on the delivery of a residential tower and office-led mixed-use scheme at Marble Arch, alongside one of the only off-site affordable housing developments to be delivered in parallel in Westminster, which provides a mix of market and affordable housing at Lyons Place (Edgware Road).
  • The Portman Estate, Marylebone – Continuing planning advice on a variety of developments within the Estate’s portfolio in Marylebone.  This includes the redevelopment of the site at 1 Great Cumberland Place, delivering flexible retail and commercial space meeting modern demands whilst retaining the original façade within the sensitive setting bordering Hyde Park.

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