The Minister of State for Housing, Rachel Maclean MP, came to Leighton Buzzard and Houghton Regis on Thursday, accompanied by the Chief Executive of Central Bedfordshire Council, Marcel Coiffait, to see first-hand the impact on local provision of services, particularly health in our area.
Andrew Selous said,
“One of my overriding priorities locally is to scale up general practice provision to match our growth in housing. We are making progress on this issue, but I continue to work to expand and speed up the delivery of additional provision we need.”
Housing, Minister, Rachel, Maclean, said
“I am grateful to Andrew Selous MP for showing me the housing that has been delivered in his constituency. The Government is focussed on ensuring that housing is accompanied by necessary infrastructure to support thriving communities, and work continues to deliver accompanying health services provision in Clipstone Park, Manor Heath, Bidwell West and Linmere.”