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McLaren names directors for London posts as Graham Sturge takes personal leave

McLaren has announced the appointment of two regional directors to manage the London region as managing director Graham Sturge takes personal leave.

Steve Hart has been promoted from within to the post of regional managing director, and David Miller has been appointed as regional director.

A McLaren spokeswoman confirmed that London managing director Graham Sturge had not left the business, but was taking some time out for personal reasons.

The company said the restructure was “to ensure market-leading customer service and quality delivery is maintained while continuing with planned growth”.

McLaren Construction managing director Phil Pringle said: “McLaren Construction has always prided itself on its ability to embrace change and provide forward-thinking solutions and support for our valued customers.

“The new structural changes will be very positive for us as a company, helping McLaren Construction to remain controlled and focused on our future business plans.”

McLaren chairman Kevin Taylor added: “The restructure is part of an overall business plan to constantly improve service and our business offerings to our customers, while ensuring our team are empowered and afforded the opportunity to develop within McLaren.”

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