Constraint Programming (CP) and Local Search (LS) are different paradigms for dealing with combinatorial search and optimization problems. Their complementary features motivated researchers to create hybrid CP/LS solutions, maintaining both the modeling capabilities of CP and the computational advantages of the heuristic-based LS approach. Research presented in this report is focused on developing a novel method to infer an efficient LS neighborhood operator based on the problem structure, as modeled in the CP paradigm. We consider a limited formal language that we call a Neighborhood Definition Language, used to specify the neighborhood operators in a fine-grained and declarative manner. Together with Logic Programming runtime called Noodle, it allows to automatically synthesize complex operators using a Grammar Evolution algorithm.