UCL estates boss steps down

UCL East masterplan by LDA Design - illustrative view of Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands' Pool Street West tower

Departing Andrew Grainger to remain involved with development of UCL East campus

UCL East masterplan by LDA Design - illustrative view of Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands' Pool Street West tower

University College London director of estates Andrew Grainger is stepping down after nine years in the role.

But Grainger is set to continue working for University College London (UCL) on its new Stratford campus (pictured).

A spokewoman for UCL said: “We confirm that Andrew Grainger, director of estates, is leaving after nine years, however he will be staying on in a part-time basis and will continue to be involved in the very successful UCL East programme.”

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