Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities
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The Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure and Capital Investment is a cabinet post in the Scottish Government created in 2011, with responsibilities for Scottish Water, procurement, European Structural Funds, Scottish Futures Trust, transport policy and delivery, public transport, road, rail services, air and ferry services, housing, communities and regeneration. The junior Minister for Transport and Veterans and the junior Minister for Housing and Welfare also report to the Secretary.
The first Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure and Capital Investment was Alex Neil MSP who was appointed in May 2011, remaining in the post until September 5th 2012 when he was moved to the post of Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing.
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