Michael Gove has been appointed by prime minister Rishi Sunak as the brand new secretary of the Division for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities.
Gove returns to the function three months after being sacked by former prime minister Boris Johnson.
He initially took on the function in September final yr when he changed Robert Jenrick.
Earlier this yr and through his first stint as housing secretary, Gove highlighted the nation’s “important housing challenges” equivalent to a historic lack of provide in comparison with the extent of inhabitants progress.
He additionally instructed that it’s “unlikely” that the federal government would persistently hit the 300,000-target yr on yr.
Earlier at the moment, Simon Clarke introduced his departure from the function.
On Twitter, Clarke stated: “It has been an amazing privilege to function secretary of state @luhc, working alongside some terrific folks to #LevelUp our communities, simply because it was earlier than that as chief secretary @hmtreasury.”
Former prime minister Liz Truss appointed Clarke in September.
In the present day the reappointment of Jeremy Hunt as chancellor has additionally been confirmed, alongside different cupboard appointments together with Dominic Raab as deputy prime minister and justice secretary.
Hunt was beforehand named as chancellor by Sunak’s predecessor Liz Truss following the sacking of Kwasi Kwarteng earlier this month.