With an exceptional track record of engaging with local groups, Quinn Estates have gained a reputation for listening to the needs of local people which has resulted in superior developments.

£900M

New Homes that will provide circa £900m of economic output annually

£4M

Projected council tax of £4m per annum supporting local services

£6M

Projected business rates of over £6m per annum supporting local services

£1M

£1m engineering and construction apprenticeship centre for Canterbury College and the young people of Canterbury

The Herne Bay Sports Hub

Quinn Estates worked with four local sports groups in Herne Bay to provide a new sporting super hub that will give Herne Bay Youth Football Club, Herne Bay Cricket Club, Herne Bay Tennis Club and Herne Bay Hockey Club state of the art facilities centred around a contemporary clubhouse that will enable the clubs to generate revenue to provide for their future. Quinn Estates gifted 15 acres of land to enable this.

"Quinn Estates deserve great credit for their exceptional consultation with both the borough and parish councils and the wider public – taking on board what the community wanted and more importantly delivering on that in the final scheme."
Cllr Martin Round
Headcorn Ward Councillor speaking about Boughton Park, Grafty Green, Near Maidstone

Eversley Park

With the landmark development of a former boarding school, Quinn Estates engaged with the neighbouring primary school and gifted a 3 acre parcel of land for a new sports field effectively doubling the outdoor space of the Ofsted Outstanding school.

In addition, Quinn Estates built a new car park for Sandgate Primary School for their staff which reduced the incidence of school staff parking on nearby residential roads.

Thanington Park

Quinn Estates, as a Canterbury based group, were aware of the Pilgrim’s Hospices being based in outdated and inefficient buildings. As part of the Thanington Park proposals, Quinn Estates in partnership with Pentland Homes and the Tory Foundation have agreed to construct a new £6m facility for them.