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McLaren serves the public sector in several areas, most notably through framework agreements and education projects with various local authorities.

We bring our capabilities and experience in residential, sports and leisure, logistics, offices and mixed-use buildings, as well as development.

Our size and approach mean we have the agility, flexibility and innovation that local authorities look for to deliver developments and projects quickly and to a high standard – with lifecycle costs kept to a minimum.

The legacy we leave is just as important. Site-specific community investment plans help us to build long-term relationships in the local area, with support from our dedicated corporate responsibility team. Plans include apprenticeship programmes, new jobs for local people, engagement with schools and curriculum support, alongside company-wide and local fundraising for charity.

How we work

Standalone projects for local authorities to build what the community needs.

Collaborative arrangements, working with a local authority to help bring its vision to life.

Development partnerships
Working with a local authority to identify and realise a development opportunity.

Public-sector leadership

Kim Bromley-Derry – Group Director, strategic partnerships

Kim is our board-level lead for public-sector work. As the former CEO of Newham Borough Council, Kim oversaw the delivery of over £30 billion of capital investment, including all Olympic infrastructure. He has also led the development of several national government initiatives in areas such as housing, social infrastructure and education. He has held Director of Children’s Services roles and other senior management positions at a number of local authorities across the country.

£30 billion+

Investment delivered across Newham from 2010 to 2018


People managed while chief executive of Newham Borough Council


Operational divisions managed while chief executive of Newham Borough Council



Kim Bromley-Derry (local authority partnerships)

Contact Kim Bromley-Derry for information on public-sector projects.

Public Sector Projects

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