Neil Shaughnessy


Neil has developed a speciality in managing and delivering complex multi-use projects, working in London and now Toronto. Currently, Neil is contributing his experience to the development of 2150 Lake Shore, a new high-density district in Canada’s largest city.

Neil has particular experience working in historic environments. He previously was a key member of our team that delivered the hollandgreen project, including a new home for the Design Museum in the modernist former Commonwealth Institute. He worked on St Martin’s Court, a mixed-use office/retail scheme in Paternoster Square in the City of London and the Quadrant, a mixed-use redevelopment integrating office, retail and residential accommodation behind Grade II listed facades on Regent Street, which won an RIBA award in 2009. In housing, he managed the delivery of a 27-storey tower, one of the three buildings that Allies and Morrison completed within the St Andrew’s residential masterplan in Bromley-by-Bow.

Being able to enjoy the pleasures and experience of living in one of the most exciting and multi-cultural cities in the world, Neil enjoys being based in London. From Cardiff, he studied at the Welsh School of Architecture and is a member of the practice’s Technical Team, Housing and Circular Economy groups.