Developer says move coincides with Paddington Square job winding down

Sellar’s construction director has left the business after nearly six years, the developer has confirmed.

Paul Flexney-Briscoe joined in 2018 from Landsec where he was a project director for more than a decade and before that he was an associate at EC Harris and a project director for Bovis Lend Lease.

In a statement, Sellar, which is developing the Paddington Square scheme that has been built by Mace, told Building: “We can confirm that with Paddington Square now substantially complete and the office building now occupied Paul has decided to move on to his next challenge. We wish him well.”

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Paul Flexney-Briscoe joined Sellar in April 2018

The firm declined to comment on whether he had been replaced.

Sellar’s next major scheme is the £1.5bn redevelopment of Liverpool Street station it is planning to carry out with Network Rail.

Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the centrepiece of the scheme is a 20-storey building which will be cantilevered above the grade II-listed former Great Eastern Hotel.