Neil Logan Green
Neil qualified in 1987 and acts for and advises public bodies, developers, investors and funds in delivering major regeneration schemes. Prior to joining the firm, he was a partner at London law firm K&L Gates and led the public sector Real Estate Development and Regeneration team at Eversheds Sutherland in London. Prior to that he was an associate at Clifford Chance.
For the 2012 Olympics he led the team undertaking all the land site assembly and planning enquiry. The site assembly took a number of years and cost in excess of £0.75 billion. He also spent the summer of 2008 on pro bono secondment with the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games 2012.
Neil’s principal interest is in the delivery of and financing of all aspects of public housing and the regeneration and development that is needed to create viable communities. In this regard he acts principally for the public body but has extensive experience of delivering for investor and third party funds.
To this end he has a particular interest in advising on real estate tax structuring, value capture and project risk, construction issues and public procurement, in particular using competitive dialogue for both builders and procuring bodies. He also has particular expertise in PPP/local authorities and RP housing delivery models.
Neil acts on delivery of major mixed-use schemes incorporating infrastructure, public works, housing, both public and private, retail, office and major food stores. He has delivered schemes including housing, commercial space, hotels and public or private leisure facilities, both sports and social including cinemas. His practice includes tax planning in both the public and private sectors, compulsory purchase (including inquiries), contaminated land use (including risk apportionment), planning and other statutory consents, including highways and other project cost agreements.
His practice encompasses major housing and public sector led developments for the London Development Agency (now GLA) and other housing delivery agencies and has delivered over 1,000 affordable homes for local authorities.
He is currently acting for a number of authorities on mixed-use homes led developments across London and the South East. He acts for investors, funds and construction partners on large-scale regeneration schemes and public private partnerships across England, but concentrating on the South East and East Anglia.
He leads the team on proposed diocesan housing delivery for a number of Church of England schemes.
He has a particular interest in pro bono work for small local housing initiatives.
He sits on the General Synod (the governing body of the Church of England).