Douglas is the capital of the Isle of Man and the main business centre of the Island. It is the modern home the Island’s parliament, which is located in the legislative buildings on Bucks Road.
The revised boundaries of the new Douglas South mean the constituency retains the districts of Anagh Coar, Ballaughton and Pulrose.
Census Information (2016)
The Isle of Man census does not record separate statistics for each of the four House of Keys constituencies in Douglas, but in 2011 the overall population of the capital was recorded as 27,938. According to the Boundary Review Committee’s figures for the constituency, based on the 2011 census, Anagh Coar has a population of 1,203, Ballaughton has 4,103 and Pulrose 1,342, leading to a total resident population of 6,648
Public Service: Braddan Commissioner March 2007 to September 2011
Member of the House of Keys 2011-date
Member of the Department of Infrastructure 2014-date
Chairman of the Select Committee on Animal Welfare (Petition for Redress) 2014-date
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
Member: Isle of Man Branch Executive Committee 2015-date
Study Visit: Westminster, London 2012; Dublin 2014
Representative at the British Island & Mediterranean Region Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians Inaugural Conference: 2014
British Island & Mediterranean Region Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians Annual Meeting: 2015, 2016
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