Minister of State for Conservation and Land Management

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Minister of State for Conservation and Land Management
Incumbent
Samantha Worthington

since 27 October 2017
Style The Right Honourable
Nominator Matthew Jones
Appointer James II
Term length At His Majesty's pleasure
Inaugural holder Peter Davenport
Formation 16 March 1992[1]
Deputy Kate Ambrose MHA
Salary £5,918[2] (7th)

The Minister of State for Conservation and Land Management is the member of the Cabinet of Guelphia responsible for the Ministry of Conservation and Land Management. A junior portfolio within the Cabinet, the Minister of State is nevertheless responsible for matters relating to Guelphia's natural environment, cultural heritage, land management, and urban planning. The current Minister is the Rt Hon. Samantha Worthington MHA.

Function and powers

As a member of the Cabinet of Guelphia, the Minister is empowered to oversee the Ministry and it's allied executive agencies.

List of Ministers of State for Conservation and Land Management

# Name
(Birth–Death)
Electoral district
Party Affiliation In Office Duration Prime Minister Cabinet ministries
1 Peter Davenport
(born 24 August 1939)
MHA for Warnock South
National Party 16 March 1992 – 6 March 1996 3 years, 11 months, 19 days John Tudor 51st
2 Norman Ramsay
(born 15 July 1941)
MHA for Uxbridge
National Party 6 March 1996 – 13 March 2000 4 years, 7 days 52nd
3 John Barlow
(born 8 April 1943)
MHA for Beaulieu
Democratic Party 13 March 2000 – 15 March 2004 4 years, 2 days Bill Howlett 53rd
4 Pamela Wood
(17 July 1948 – 27 August 2011)
Senator for Deverauxshire
National Party 15 March 2004 – 10 March 2008 3 years, 11 months, 25 days Jim Goodwin 54th
5 Colin Rutherford
(born 17 July 1958)
MHA for Beaulieu
National Party 10 March 2008 – 13 March 2012 4 years, 3 days 55th
6 James Evans
(born 8 June 1967)
Senator for Albanyshire
Democratic Party 13 March 2012 – 26 February 2014 1 year, 11 months, 13 days Matthew Jones 56th
7 Bryan Russell
(born 5 March 1973)
MHA for Ossulstone Crosslands
Democratic Party 26 February 2014 – 27 October 2017 3 years, 9 months, 1 day
8 Samantha Worthington
(born 20 April 1966)
MHA for Bonhowe
Democratic Party 27 October 2017 – present Incumbent Matthew Jones 57th

See also

References and notes

  1. The Administrative Arrangements Order (No. 1) 1992, was the Administrative Arrangements Order that established the Ministry of Conservation and Land Management and the office of Minister of State.
  2. The salary of the Minister of State for Conservation and Land Management is derived from his position as a member of Parliament and as a holder of a ministerial office. As of the opening of the 56th Parliament, all Senators and MHAs receive a salary of £1,170, plus a £47 per sitting day (not including a per diem amount for expenses). In addition, the Minister of State for Conservation and Land Management receives an additional salary of £918.

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