Marks & Spencer’s longstanding property director, Clem Constantine, and IT director Darrell Stein are leaving the business.

Both directors, who sit on the Marks & Spencer management committee, will depart in the summer The Guardian reported.

A spokeswoman said that the departures reflected significant changes to both roles.

It is understood that Stein, who recently helped relaunch M&S’s website, has a job to go to. Constantine is leaving after M&S chief executive Marc Bolland put the brakes on the retailer’s expansion plans.

“We have a very strong talent pool at M&S that is being recognised internally and externally,” said the spokeswoman.

Constantine and Stein are the latest executives to leave the company.

It was revealed in October that Marks & Spencer’s senior womenswear executive Gillian Ridley Whittle was exiting. Her departure followed that earlier last year of lingerie and beauty director Janie Schaffer, dubbed the ‘knicker queen’, after just three months in the role. Head of merchandising Cathy Haydon left M&S in September last year.