Gregory David Clark (born 28 August 1967) is a British Conservative Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Tunbridge Wells since 2005. On 15 July 2014 he became Minister for Universities, Science and Cities. Clark was previously Financial Secretary to the Treasury, the minister responsible for cities policy, and Minister of State in the Department for Communities and Local Government. [1]
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Roles

June 2011

Met with Young Councillors' Roundtable to discuss local government issues. [2]

Met with Local Government Association Conference to discuss Localism Bill and Planning Policy. [2]

Met with Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme to discuss Big Society. [2]

Met with Community Development Exchange to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with MiNet to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with National Community Activists Network to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with National Council for Voluntary Youth Services to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with Democracy Matters to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with Community Development to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with Community Sector Coalition to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with Churches' Legislation Advisory Service to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with Institute for Government to discuss Planning Policy. [2]

Met with Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors to discuss Planning Policy. [2]

Met with Mayor of Hartlepool to discuss Localism. [2]

May 2011

Met with Goodwin Trust and Hull to discuss local enterprise partnerships. [2]

Met with Hull\Humber Chamber of Commerce to discuss local enterprise partnerships. [2]

Met with Matthew Arnold Primary School, Dingle Lane Children Centre, and Liverpool to discuss Big Society. [2]

Met with Plus Dane Housing Association and Liverpool to discuss Big Society. [2]

Met with Liverpool Primary Care Trust to discuss Big Society. [2]

Met with Centre for Cities to discuss Cities Policy. [2]

Met with City Finance Commission to discuss Cities Policy. [2]

Met with National Farmers Union to discuss Planning policy. [2]

Met with Campaign to Protect Rural England to discuss Planning policy. [2]

Met with Royal Town and Planning Institute to discuss Planning policy. [2]

Met with Town and Country Planning Association to discuss Planning policy. [2]

Met with Campaign to Protect Rural England to discuss Planning policy. [2]

Met with World Wildlife Fund to discuss Planning policy. [2]

Met with Royal Society for the Protection of Birds to discuss Planning policy. [2]

Met with Institution of Civil Engineers and Strategic Infrastructure Group to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with School for Social Entrepreneurs to discuss Launch of report . [2]

April 2011

Met with Core Cities Group to discuss Cities Policy. [2]

Met with Country Land & Business Association to discuss Localism Bill. [2]

Met with Professor John Seddon to discuss Decentralisation. [2]

Met with Development Trusts Association (DTA) to discuss Temporary use of property assets . [2]

Met with John Lewis Partnership to discuss Planning policy. [2]

March 2011

Met with Planning Aid volunteers to discuss Planning Aid. [3]

Met with British Chamber of Commerce to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with Friends of the Earth to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with Development Trusts Association to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with Local Government Association to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with National Trust to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with Caritas Social Action to discuss Big Society. [3]

Met with Balsall Heath Forum to discuss Big Society. [3]

Met with Local Works to discuss Sustainable Communities Act. [3]

Met with London Councils for round-table discussion on decentralisation. [3]

February 2011

Met with Civic Societies to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

January 2011

Met with Royal Society for the Protection of Birds to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with Wildlife and Countryside Link to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with Home Builders Federation to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with RTPI to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with Civic Voice to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with British Property Federation to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

Met with British Chambers of Commerce to discuss Localism Bill. [3]

December 2010

Met with Faith leaders to discuss Big Society. [4]

Met with Clore Social Leadership Programme to discuss Big Society. [4]

November 2010

Met with Black Country and local business leaders to discuss Local Enterprise Partnerships. [4]

Met with Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) to discuss TCPA Conference. [4]

Met with Co-operatives UK to discuss Co-operatives. [4]

October 2010

Met with Turning Point to discuss Integrated Services. [4]

September 2010

Met with Community Development Foundation to discuss Work of Community Development Foundation. [5]

Met with Royal Society for the Protection of Birds to discuss Planning Appeals. [5]

July 2010

Met with Social Enterprise Coalition to discuss Big Society. [6]

Met with Young Advisors Charity to discuss Big Society. [6]

Met with Royal Institute of British Architects to discuss Planning. [6]

Met with Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors to discuss Planning. [6]

Met with Bishop of London to discuss Big society. [6]

June 2010

Met with The Big Society Network to discuss Big Society. [6]

Met with Archbishop of Canterbury, Chief Rabbi, and Bishop of Westminster to discuss Big Society. [6]

Met with Home Builders Federation to discuss Regional Spatial Strategies. [6]

Met with National Council of Voluntary Organisations for introductory meeting. [6]