Neil is a barrister with extensive experience of compulsory purchase, parliamentary and environmental work. He was joint head of Landmark Chambers from 2015-2018.
He has appeared in the courts at all levels, including in the Supreme Court.
He appears at planning and infrastructure inquiries. His recent experience includes The Tulip (305 m tall visitor attraction in the City of London), Cribbs Causeway (retail), Burgess Business Park (residential and commercial mixed use) and extensions to the Birmingham and West Midlands tram network.
He acted in Parliament on petitions in relation to Crossrail and HS2.