Di-Stefano steps back from Urban & Civic role to avoid conflict of interest issues

Jon Di Stefano Urban Telford

Jon Di-Stefano has stepped down as chairman and member of Urban & Civic audit committee in order to avoid any potential conflict of interest issues.

Di-Stefano, who will also step dow from the group’s audit committee, is the chief executive of Telford Homes, which was recently taken over by CBRE subsidiary Trammell Crow. CBRE is also Urban & Civic’s valuers.

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