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Acting IUK chief exec resigns

Infrastructure UK acting chief executive officer, Andy Rose, has announced his resignation from the planning body after only seven months in the role.

Rose will be taking up a job in the private sector.

A spokesman for Treasury confirmed his resignation today, saying the arrangements for succession would be announced shortly.

“The acting chief executive of Infrastructure UK, Andy Rose, will be taking on a new role, after over six years with us,” the spokesman said.

“We would like to thank Andy Rose for the huge contribution he has made in Partnerships UK, in setting up the Infrastructure Finance Unit and as acting chief executive in Infrastructure UK.”

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