Neil is an Urban Planner with a background in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design. He has professional experience in development approvals and transportation planning and has also been involved in planning research and public engagement through a variety of projects. Neil has played a key role on studies for the Eglinton West LRT and Eglinton East LRT, as well as the Union Station Rail Corridor East Pedestrian & Cycling Connectivity Study. Neil has also led approvals processes for several complex developments, such as First Gulf’s 200 Front Street, Concord Park Place in North York, and multiple residential tower approvals for GWL Realty Advisors in Downtown Mississauga. He was part of the Princeton University 2026 Campus Master Plan. Neil’s ability to efficiently coordinate complex projects and dynamic consultant teams has been an asset to his work at Urban Strategies®.