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03/01/2018

Amey Appoints New Non-Executive Chairman

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Amey has appointed former Balfour Beatty Chief Executive, Ian Tyler, as its new Non-Executive Chairman.

Mr Tyler, who currently sits on the board of four organisations including Bovis Homes and BAE system, will replace former Chairman Sir Richard Mottram.

Speaking on his new role, Mr Tyler said: "Following on from a difficult period for the sector, it is clear that the Amey business has navigated this situation well and this is an exciting time to be joining. I look forward to working with the leadership team to realise the Amey ambition of creating better places for people to live, work and travel."

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Chief Executive Andy Milner said: "We are really pleased that Ian is joining the Board of Amey as non-exec Chairman. Ian is a very well qualified and experienced executive and non-executive, who brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm for the sectors in which we operate. On behalf of the Amey board, I would like to thank Sir Richard Mottram for his many years of commitment and service to Amey."

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