The Division for Levelling Up Housing and Communities has appointed two new ministers as Boris Johnson’s new-look short-term authorities takes form.
Marcus Jones joins the division as housing minister, as soon as once more serving underneath his previous departmental boss Greg Clark, with whom he labored in 2015 and 2016 as a junior minister.
Jones, has beforehand served as a authorities whip and is a former vice-chair of the Conservative get together for native authorities. is chair of the all-party parliamentary group for city centres.
Jones on Twitter mentioned described housing as “an essential and difficult temporary”.
I’m happy to be appointed as a Minister of State (Minister for Housing) within the Division for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities.
This is a crucial and difficult temporary and I sit up for giving all my vitality and a focus to this demanding position.
— Marcus Jones (@Marcus4Nuneaton) July 7, 2022
DLUHC additionally appointed Paul Scully as a division minister. Scully beforehand served as a junior minister within the Division of Enterprise, Power and Industrial Technique. He may also proceed as minister for London.
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