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Register of Membersí Interests

Sixth Edition

Last updated 28th April 2010

Introduction

This is the updated version of the sixth edition of the Register of Members’ Interests. This Register of Members’ Interests reflects the interests of Members as they stood on 9th March 2010.

Purpose of the Register

The main purpose of the Register of Members’ Interests is to provide information of any financial interests or other material benefit which a Member receives which might reasonably be thought by others to influence his or her actions, speeches or votes in the Assembly, or actions taken in his or her capacity as a Member of the Assembly. Provision is also made for the registration of non-financial interests and other such information as the Assembly may from time to time require to be included. The registration form specifies twelve categories of registrable interests which are described below. Apart from the specific rules, there is a more general obligation upon Members to keep the overall definition of the Register’s purpose in mind when registering their interests.

Form of the Register

The entries in the Register are designed so as to give a clear description of the nature and scope of the interests declared. Each Member is, however, ultimately responsible for his or her own entry; inconsistencies of style or content in the Register are attributable largely to that fact.

The Advocacy Rule

The advocacy rule prohibits Members from engaging in advocacy on behalf of outside bodies or persons from whom they receive payment. The Guide to the Rules relating to the Conduct of Members makes it clear that continuing benefits, i.e. directorships, other employment and sponsorship, can be divested to release a Member with immediate effect from the restriction imposed by this rule, provided there is no expectation of renewal. In the case of any applicable “one off ” benefits such as visits and gifts recorded in this Register, the advocacy rule will apply for the period of a year from the date of receipt (or from the date of registration when this date is later).

The Categories of Registrable Interests

The form supplied to Members for the registration of their interests is divided into twelve sections, which are represented in this Register by the following headings:

1. Directorships

In this section Members are required to register remunerated directorships, in public and private companies including directorships which are individually remunerated, but where remuneration is paid through another company in the same group. From 12 October 2009 Members are also required to register the amount of any remuneration they receive in respect of each relevant entry and the average approximate hours spent in relation to that remuneration.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

This is the category for registering employment, office, trade, profession or vocation which is remunerated or in which the Member has any financial interest. From 12 October 2009 Members are also required to register the amount of any remuneration they receive in respect of each relevant entry and the average approximate hours spent in relation to that remuneration.

3. Elected/Public Office

In this section Members are required to register their membership of all elected and public offices whether it is remunerated or not, or if expenses only are payable. From 12 October 2009 Members are also required to register the amount of any remuneration they receive in respect of each relevant entry and the average approximate hours spent in relation to that remuneration.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

Members are required to register under this category:

(a) any donations, loans or credit received by a Member’s constituency party or association, or relevant grouping of associations, which is linked either to candidacy at an election or to membership of the Assembly; and

(b) any other form of financial or material benefit (including loans or credit) received by a Member in support of his or her role as a Member of the Assembly

amounting to more than £1000 from a single source, whether as a single transaction or as multiple transactions of more than £200 during the course of the calendar year.

However, donations made directly to a constituency party as an expression of general political support, not linked to the Member’s candidacy or membership of the Assembly, should not be registered.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality ( U.K.)

This section is for the registration of any gift to the Member or the Member’s partner, or any material benefit of a value greater than 0.5% of the current salary of an Assembly Member, from any company, organisation or person within the UK which in any way relates to membership of the Assembly (including those received in a ministerial capacity) or to a Member’s political activity.

6. Overseas Visits

This section covers, with certain specified exceptions, overseas visits made by the Member or the Member’s partner, or dependent children, relating to or in any way arising out of membership of the Assembly (including those made in a ministerial capacity), or to the Member’s political activity, where the cost of the visit was not wholly borne by the Member, or by United Kingdom or Northern Ireland public funds.

7. Overseas benefits and gifts

The section covers any gift to the Member or the Member’s partner or dependent children or any material benefit of a value greater than 0.5% of the current salary of an Assembly Member, from any company, organisation or person outside of the UK which in any way relates to membership of the Assembly (including those received in a ministerial capacity) or to a Member’s political activity.

8. Land and property

The requirement in this section is to register any land or property - owned solely or jointly with a third-party – either within or outside of Northern Ireland, other than any home used for personal residential purposes of the Member, or the Member’s partner or any dependent child of the Member, which is of a substantial value or from which a substantial income is derived.

9. Shareholdings

In this section Members are required to register shareholdings held by the Member, either personally, or with or on behalf of the Member’s partner or dependent children, in any public or private company or other body where either:

(a) the nominal value of the shares at the relevant date is, or was, greater than 1% of the total nominal value of the issued share capital of the company or other body;

(b) the market value of the shares at the relevant date exceeds, or exceeded, 50% of the current salary of an Assembly Member on that date (rounded down to the nearest £10).

10. Miscellaneous

In this section Members should register any relevant financial interest not falling within one of the above categories. Members should also register in this category membership of any occupational pension schemes.

11. Unremunerated interests

Members are required to list in this section any relevant non-financial interest.

12. Family members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

In this section Members should register any family members who benefit directly or indirectly in any way from any Assembly Members’ Allowance.

General

The printing of this Register is authorised by the resolution of the Committee on Standards and Privileges on 25th November 2009.

It is the responsibility of the Members to notify changes in their registrable interests within 28 days of the change occurring; and the Register will be periodically updated in a loose-leaf version to take account of such amendments. The loose-leaf version is open to inspection, by arrangement, in Room 284, Parliament Buildings. A copy of the loose-leaf Register is placed in the Assembly Library for the use of Members.

In addition, both the published Register and its regular updates are available on the Internet at the following address: archive.niassembly.gov.uk

Complaints

Please see attached link for advice on how to make a complaint - http://archive.niassembly.gov.uk/standards/2007mandate/complaint_procedure.htm

 

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ADAMS, Gerry (West Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Author. Belfast Media Group, newspapers. Gross Annual remuneration: £9,600. Average hours worked per month: 18.

12th January 2010. £5,000 payment received from Pioneer Productions, London, for work on a television documentary. The work involved a week spent in the Holy Land/Middle East and approximately 44 hours in Ireland spread over a period of time. A further payment of £5,000 to follow. (See Category 6). (Registered 16th February 2010).

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Unremunerated (expenses only). Average hours worked: 24/7.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

9th – 16th December 2009 visit to the Holy Land/Middle East to work on a television documentary. The cost was met by Pioneer Productions, London . (Registered 16th February 2010).

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Residential property owned jointly with my wife in the twenty-six counties.

Note: The above property is used solely for private residential purposes.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Féile an Phobail.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

ANDERSON, Martina (Foyle)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member, Policing Board. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 15.

Member, Human Rights and Professional Standards Committee of Policing Board. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 4.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

ARMSTRONG, Billy (Mid-Ulster)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Partner in family farm. Self-employed farmer. Gross annual remuneration: Nil. Average hours worked per week: 5.

3. Elected/Public Office

Chair, Board of Governors, Stewartstown Primary School. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 1.

Member, Board of Governors, Coagh Primary School. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 1.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Family farm, Co Tyrone.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).

Member, Loyal Orders (LOL & RBP).

Director, Cookstown Western Shores Area Network.

Director, Stewartstown Development Association.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my daughter as an office manager.

ATTWOOD, Alex (West Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member, Northern Ireland Policing Board. Unremunerated (Travel expenses only).

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my brother as a constituency assistant.

B

BEGGS, Roy (East Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Carrickfergus Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 10.

Member, Carrickfergus District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per week: 2.5.

Member, Board of Governors, Glynn Primary School. Unrenumerated.

Member of the Department of the Environment’s Strategic Leadership Board on the Review of Public Administration. Ulster Unionist Party appointee from December, 2009. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked during first month: 6. (Registered 12th January 2010).

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

Ulster Unionist Party. Financial support as an Assembly Candidate. Payment of election expenses.

Constituency Office, 41 Station Road, Larne is provided to me rent free by Mrs E. R. Cullen and Mrs M. A. L. McNeill. Approximate annual value: £5,200.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

August 2007. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

29th October 2007. Attendance at a conference on “Child Poverty – Measuring the Costs" with overnight accommodation in London. The cost of accommodation was met by Barnardo’s and air flights paid for by myself personally.

9th April 2009. Visit to the Manchester Safeguarding Childrens Board’s Protect Team. The cost of travel and meal associated with visit was met by Barnardo’s.

11th November 2009. Visit to Renfrewshire and North Lanarkshire Councils. Ulster Unionist Party nominee. Organised through NILGA and funded by the Department of the Environment. (Registered 28th February 2010).

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Twenty-five acres of farmland and out buildings, Ballyvernstown, Larne.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Committee Member, Raloo Presbyterian Church.

Committee Member, Glynn Community Development Association.

Officer, Boys’ Brigade.

Member, Orange Order.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

Treasurer, Carrickfergus Community Safety Partnership.

Treasurer, Carrickfergus Neighbourhood Development Group.

Member, Carrickfergus Children and Young People’s Partnership.

Committee Member, Horizon Sure Start (Carrickfergus and Larne).

North Eastern Group Committee of the Building Control Service (Carrickfergus Borough Council representative).

Providing assistance on family farm.

Treasurer, Carrickfergus Road Safety Committee.

Member, Greenisland Community Police Liaison Committee.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife part-time as a secretary.

Note: My sisters own my constituency office at 41 Station Road, Larne but I have never claimed rental expense.

BELL , Jonathan (Strangford)

1. Directorships

Director, Local Government International Bureau. Gross annual remuneration: £2,750. Average hours worked per month: 20. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Until 28 February 2010 I was a Senior Practitioner Social Worker at the South Eastern Trust. Gross annual remuneration: £39,273. Average hours worked per week: 37.5. (Registered 19 th April 2010)*

*Note: Transition period to transfer caseload to new staff from 25 th January - 28 th February 2010.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Ards Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 40. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

Committee of Regions. Unremunerated, although allowances for expenses are provided. Average hours worked: 2 days per month. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

Chair, EU working Group; CEMR representative; Member, Committee Economic Development; and Member, JNC Committee, NILGA. Remuneration: varies depending on attendance. For 2008/09 I received £815. Average hours worked: 3 days per month. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

Member, South Eastern Education and Library Board. Unremunerated. (Registered 19 th April 2010).*

*Note: Currently in suspension.

Board of Governors, Regent House School. Unremunerated. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

Board of Governors, Donaghadee Primary School. Unremunerated. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

Until 13 April 2010 I was a Member of Ards District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. (Registered 19 th April 2010).*

*Note: Resigned 13 th April 2010 to take membership of Committee for Justice.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None .

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality ( UK)

None .

6. Overseas Visits
None .
7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None .

8. Land and Property

Part owner residential property, Bangor. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

Part owner residential property, Portstewart from which rental income is received. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

9. Shareholdings

None .

10. Miscellaneous

Membership of South Eastern Trust Pension Scheme. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Orange Order. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

Member, Royal Black Institution. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employed my wife as an Administrative Assistant on a two month temporary contract from 1 st February – 31 st March 2010. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

I employ the son of Peter Robinson as my Constituency Manager. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

I employ the daughter-in-law of Peter Robinson as a secretary. (Registered 19 th April 2010).

 

BOYLAN, Cathal (Newry and Armagh)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Postman, Royal Mail.

Note: Currently on career break and therefore no remuneration.

3. Elected/Public Office

Board of Governors, Clea Primary School, Keady. Unremunerated.

Board of Governors, Foley Primary School, Ballymacnab. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Membership of Royal Mail Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

BRADLEY, Dominic (Newry and Armagh)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

August 2007. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds (Registered 2 nd December 2009).

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Teachers’ Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

BRADLEY, Mary (Foyle)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Derry City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 50.

Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioner. Gross annual remuneration: £6,850.80. Average hours worked per month: 10-12.

Member of the Board of Governors, St Bridget’s Primary School, Derry. Unremunerated.

Note: The net values are reduced by approximately 43%. All average hours include preparation and travel time and are the minimum amount of average hours applicable to each appointment.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Board Member, Foyle Down Syndrome Trust.

Director, Resource Centre, Derry.

Member, Outer North Partnership Board.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my daughter as a personal assistant and researcher.

BRADLEY, P J (South Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Commercial Property, Duke Street, Warrenpoint.

Agricultural small holding, Carrogs, Newry.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my daughter as a constituency office manager.

BRADY, Mickey (Newry and Armagh)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

BRESLAND, Allan (West Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Strabane District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738.

Member, Strabane District Policing Partnership (political member). Gross annual remuneration: £2,520.

Note: Average hours worked per month: 80 (combination of hours worked on Strabane District Council and Strabane District Policing Partnership).

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Civil Service Pension.

War Disablement Pension.

Disability Living Allowance.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Vice Chairman, North Tyrone Credit Union.

Select Vestry, Church of the Good Shepherd (Church of Ireland), Sion Mills.

Member, Orange Institution.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

Member, Royal British Legion.

Member, Donemana Cultural Association.

Member, Apprentice Boys of Derry.

Fourways Enterprises Ltd, Claudy, Property Development.

North Tyrone Properties Ltd (N.T.), 32 East Bridge Street, Enniskillen, BT74 7BT.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

BROWNE, The Lord Browne of Belmont (East Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 12.

Member, East Belfast District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per week: 1.

Member, House of Lords. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per week: 16.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Northern Ireland Teachers’ Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Trustee, Somme Association.

Trustee, Clara Park and Residents Association.

Trustee, Wandsworths Community Association.

Member, Reserve Forces and Cadet Association for Northern Ireland.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

BUCHANAN, Thomas (West Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Omagh District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 30 approx.

Member, Transitional Committee, Omagh – Fermanagh. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 8 approx.

Member, Policing Board. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 20 approx.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Small Farm holding, Kirlish Road, Drumquin.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Kirlish Ulster Scots Association.

Member, Loyal Orders.

Director, Fintona Regeneration Initiative.

Member, Ulster Farmers’ Union. (Registered 27 January 2010).

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife for part time constituency case work mainly after office hours.

BURNS, Thomas (South Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor. Antrim Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15*.

Member, Board of Governors, St Joseph’s Primary School, Crumlin. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Crumlin Integrated College. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Rathenraw Integrated Primary School, Antrim. Unremunerated.

*Note: 15 Average hours is the minimum I would work at Antrim Borough Council.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

August 2007. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

August 2008. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

6. Overseas Visits

In September 2008 I visited Afghanistan on a fact finding trip to observe military operations and reconstruction efforts in the region. The cost was met by the Ministry of Defence.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Detached residential house, Aldergrove, Crumlin from which rental income is received.

Note: Property is former family home inherited following death of mother.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Antrim Citizens Advice Bureau.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

BUTLER , Paul (Lagan Valley)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Lisburn Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 20.

Member of Lisburn and Castlereagh Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 4.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Flat, Greater Belfast Area.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

C

CAMPBELL, Gregory (East Londonderry)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Gross annual remuneration: £64,766 (net £37,848). Average hours worked per month: 200 – 220, estimated, on constituency/representative work in addition to Westminster duties.

Councillor, City Council of Londonderry. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Causeway Press.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I, jointly with two other Members, employ a nephew of George Robinson as a researcher.

CLARKE, Trevor (South Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Partner, car sales business. Self employed. Average hours worked per week: 3.

Note: Remuneration will be registered when end year net profit is available.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Antrim Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15.

Member, Antrim District Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per week: 4.

Board of Governors, Randalstown Primary School, Unrenumerated.

Board of Govenors, Groggan Primary School, Unrenumerated.

Board of Govenors, Creavery Primary School, Unrenumerated.

Member, N.E.E.L.B. to end December 2009. Attendance fee available — however, is not claimed.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Residential property, Co Antrim.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Maine Credit Union.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a clerical assistant.

CLARKE, Willie (South Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Down District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15-18.

Member, Down District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per month: 6.

Board of Governors, Bunscoil Bheanna Boirche. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

COBAIN, Fred (North Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Averaged hours worked per week: 15.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Forum Against Alcohol and Substance Abuse.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

COULTER, Rev Robert (North Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Chairman, Board of Castle Tower Special School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Mid-Antrim Motor Cycle Club.

President, Clough Senior Citizens Association.

President, Mid-Antrim Special Constabulary Association

President, County Antrim Agricultural Association.

Life Member, Ballymena Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Member, Orange Institution.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

Member, Royal British Legion.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a part time secretary and diary secretary.

I employ my son as a researcher and P.R./press secretary/officer.

CRAIG, Jonathan (Lagan Valley)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Design Engineer. Non-practising.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Lisburn City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 50.

Chairman, Lisburn/Castlereagh Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 10.

Chairman, Board of Governors, Laurelhill Community College. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Harmony Hill Primary School. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Killowen Primary School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Shorts/Bombardiar Occupational Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Lisburn Citizen Advice Bureau.

Member, Sport Lisburn.

Member, Grand Prix Steering Group.

Member, Orange Institution.

Member, Apprentice Boys of Derry.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I have paid my brother-in-law consultancy fees for design, update and maintenance of website.

CREE, Leslie (North Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, North Down Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 8.

Member, North Down and Ards Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average Hours worked per month: 6.

Member, Northern Ireland Policing Board. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Bangor and Holywood Town Centre Management Co.

Somme Association.

North Down Business Village Co.

Bangor and District Rifle Club.

Member of the Loyal Orders.

Masonic Institution.

Northern Ireland Assembly and Business Trust.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a part-time researcher.

D

DALLAT, John (East Londonderry)

1. Directorships

Director, Kilrea, Rasharkin, Dunlop Credit Union. Gross annual remuneration: £1,040. Average hours worked per month: 5.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Coleraine Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15 – 20.

Note: The above is a minimum amount of hours spent.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Kilrea Enterprise Group Ltd.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as an office administrator.

DEENY, Dr Kieran (West Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

General Medical Practitioner (half-time partner). Business Services Organisation. General Practice. Gross annual remuneration: £65,000. Average hours worked per week: 22.

Note: G.P. expenses are then paid out of this annual gross salary. I am the senior partner in our busy rural practice of over 8,500 patients having been qualified as a doctor for almost 30 years and having worked as a G.P. in the Carrickmore practice for the past 23 years.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Membership of Health Service Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a part time secretary and personal assistant.

DODDS, Nigel (North Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Gross annual remuneration: £64,766. Average hours worked per month: 200-220 estimated average, on constituency/representative work in addition to Westmister duties.

Councillor, Belfast City Council. I take no remuneration in respect of this post.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Office, North Belfast.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

DOHERTY, Pat (West Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Unremunerated.*

*Note: I receive expenses only as MP for West Tyrone. I work an average of 70 – 80 hours per week. It is very difficult to apportion the hours worked between my roles as an MP and an MLA.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

DONALDSON, Rt Hon Jeffrey (Lagan Valley)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament for Lagan Valley. Gross annual remuneration: £64,766. Estimated average of 200 – 220 hours for month on constituency/representative work in addition to Westminster duties.

Councillor, Lisburn City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Estimated average of 30 – 40 hours per month on constituency/representative duties and attending Council meetings.

Member, Board of Governors, Parkview Special School, Lisburn. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

On 9th – 11th September 2009 I visited Bucharest, Romania to participate in the launch of a Joint Northern Ireland-Romanian Justice Project. The costs were met by NI-CO.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Member of Parliamentary Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member of Her Majesty’s Privy Council.

Member, Board of Prison Service Trust.

Trustee, Royal Ulster Rifles Museum.

Member, Board of the Lagan Canal Trust.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

DURKAN, Mark (Foyle)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Gross annual remuneration: £64,766. Average hours worked per month: 220 (minimum).

Note: Time involved can vary according to scheduled business in Assembly and Commons as well as during a recess. Constituency work and policy lobby engagement often overlap between Assembly and Commons.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a part-time secretary/personal assistant.

Note: My wife gave up full-time, better paid employment as secretary to John Hume MP, MEP, in 1998 to take up part time employment in my MLA’s office. She does not (and never has) receive the primary salary from my allowance.

E

EASTON , Alex (North Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, North Down Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 60.

North Down District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per month: 8.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife part time as a clerical officer with typing duties.

ELLIOTT, Thomas (Fermanagh and South Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Farmer. Self-employed. Remuneration will be registered when end year net profit is available. Average hours worked per month: 20.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Fermanagh District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 28.

Member, Board of Governors, Lack Primary School. Unremunerated. (Registered 25 January 2010).

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Farmland and farm buildings, Ballinamallard, Co Fermanagh.

Dwelling occupied by mother, Ballinamallard, Co Fermanagh.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Jonard Properties Limited.

Director, Magheracross Agri Group Limited.

Shareholding, Jonard Properties Limited, Union Arch Properties, Old Brier Properties.

Member, Ballinamallard United Football Club.

Member, Loyal Orange Institution.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

Member, Ulster Farmers’ Union.

Trustee, Knockmenoul Orange Hall.

Honorary Secretary, Fermanagh Unionist Association.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

EMPEY, Sir Reg (East Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Minister for Employment and Learning. Gross annual remuneration: £37,801. Average hours worked per month: 240.

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 25.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Apartment, Belfast.

9. Shareholdings

Royal Dutch Shell (sub-category (b)).

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Unremunerated Director/Shareholder of Knockvale Estates Ltd; the company buys/sells/rents property.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

F

FARRY, Stephen (North Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, North Down Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738 (basic), £1,025 (special responsibility), total: £10,763. Average hours worked per month: 50.

Member, North Down and Ards Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 6.

Governor, Priory Integrated College, Holywood. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 2.

Member/Director, Northern Ireland Community Relations Council. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 4.

Director, Bangor and Holywood Town Centre Management Ltd. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 1.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

On 25th – 27th September 2008 I visited Romania for a training event. The cost was met by the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Lagan Print Limited.

Company Secretary, Lagan Properties (1970) Ltd.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a senior researcher and policy adviser.

FORD, David (South Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Antrim Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 20.*

Governor, Roundtower Integrated Primary School, Antrim. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 3.

Chair, Antrim Borough Fairtrade Committee. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month 2.

*Note: It is not possible to accurately apportion casework and constituency issues between Council and Assembly duties.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

Note: While I have no direct interest, my wife has a shared interest in a family farm at Tardree, Co Antrim, which is adjacent to land owned by the Forest Service of DARD.

9. Shareholdings

Lagan Print Limited. Printers. (Category (a)).

Note: I hold one £1 share, with no dividend payable.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Lagan Print Ltd.

Director, Lagan Properties (1970) Ltd.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

FOSTER, Arlene (Fermanagh and South Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Fermanagh District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 7.

Minister, Enterprise, Trade and Investment. Gross annual remuneration: £37,801. Average hours worked per week: 45.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Dwelling. Lisnaskea, Co Fermanagh.

Note: Half share holding of property.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

G

GALLAGHER, Tommy (Fermanagh and South Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Farm, Keenaghan, Belleek, Co Fermanagh from which rental income is received

Farm. Ballinacarrick, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal from which rental income is received.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Teacher’s Pension.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my son as secretary and office assistant.

GARDINER, Samuel (Upper Bann)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Alderman, Craigavon Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 14.

Member, Craigavon District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per month: 4.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

Glenavon Football and Athletic Club. Does not fall within sub-category (a) or (b).

10. Miscellaneous

In receipt of N.I.E. pension.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Craigavon Industrial Development Organisation (CIDO).

Member, South Ulster Housing Association.

Trustee, Brownlow House, Lurgan.

Member, Orange Institution.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

Member, Masonic Order.

Member, Ulster Unionist Party.

Justice of the Peace.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

GILDERNEW, Michelle (Fermanagh and South Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development. Gross annual remuneration: £37,801. Average hours worked per week: 50*.

Member of Parliament. Unremunerated (expenses only received).

*Note: I do not receive a salary as MP for Fermanagh South Tyrone. I receive expenses only. Including the hours spent as a Minister I work an average of 70 – 80 hours per week. The balance is spent on constituency work as MP and MLA. It would be very difficult to apportion the hours worked between the two roles.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

H

HAMILTON, Simon (Strangford)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Ards Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 40 (approx.).

Member, North Down/Ards Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 6 (approx.).

Member, Board of Governors, West Winds Primary School, Newtownards. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Newtownards Model Primary School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

August 2008. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following participation in the UK Parliamentary Shield Charity Football Match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Orange Order.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

HAY, William (Foyle)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member, Derry City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 12 to 20 (approx.).

Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioner. Gross annual remuneration: £6,850. Average hours worked per month: 5 to 10 (approx.).

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my brother-in-law as an office manager in my constituency office in Foyle Londonderry.

HILDITCH, David (East Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Carrickfergus Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15.

Member, Carrickfergus District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration £2,520. Average hours worked per week: 3.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

August 2007. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield. The cost was met by McDonalds.

August 2008. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield. The cost was met by McDonalds.

On 1st August 2007 I was a guest of William Hill Racing at Galway Plate Horse Race.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Membership of Royal Mail Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Causeway Coast and Glens Regional Tourism Partnership.

Director, Carrickfergus Development Company.

Director, Carrick Rangers Football Club.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

I

IRWIN, William (Newry and Armagh)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Self employed dairy farmer. Remuneration will be registered when end year net profit is available. Average hours worked per week: 12.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Armagh City and District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 20.

Transition Committee Armagh City and District Council Member. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 6.

Note: Meetings of Armagh City and District Council are usually held after 6 pm.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Farmland, Tullygarden, Richill.

Farmland, Annaghora, Portadown.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Loughhill Properties Ltd.

Member, Ulster Farmers’ Union.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

Member, Orange Order.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ two daughters: one as a part time office assistant and one as a full time office assistant.

K

KELLY, Dolores (Upper Bann)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Craigavon Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 8 – 15.

Director, East Border Interreg Partnership. Unremunerated.

Director, Loughshore Care Partnership. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 3.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Residential property, Belfast from which rental income is received.

Note: Income is variable depending on tenancy.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Member of Health Trust Superannuation Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my daughter part-time as a constituency/research assistant.

KELLY, Gerry (North Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Junior Minister, Office of the First and deputy First Minister. Gross annual remuneration: £19,609. Average hours worked per week: 28 – 30.*

*Note: Including the hours spent as a Minister I work an average of 70 – 80 hours per week. The balance is spent on constituency work as an MLA.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

Note: Any gifts or hospitality benefits were as a Junior Minister in OFMdFM and are registered through the FM/dFM office.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

Note: Any such overseas visits were in my capacity as Junior Minister and were therefore registered by FM/dFM office. My partner or dependant children have not been involved in such visits.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

On 4 March 2009 I received a bog oak Peace Bird from Co-operation Ireland U.S.A.

Note: Any such gifts were as a result of my position as Junior Minister and were registered by FM/dFM office.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

KENNEDY, Danny (Newry and Armagh)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Newry and Mourne District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 20.

Member, Board of Governors, Newry High School. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Bessbrook Primary School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

August 2007. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

6. Overseas Visits

In March, 2007 I visited Washington, U.S.A. on a Policing Board delegation. The cost was met by the Northern Ireland Policing Board.

In February, 2008 I attended the annual National Prayer Breakfast, U.S.A. The cost was met in part by the Ulster Unionist Party.*

In February, 2009 I attended the annual National Prayer Breakfast, U.S.A. The cost was met in part by the Ulster Unionist Party.*

*Note: Additional cost met by self.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Modest shareholding in the Presbyterian Mutual Society.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Newry and Mourne Local Strategy Partnership.

Member, Orange Institution.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

Member, Apprentice Boys of Derry (Bessbrook).

Member, Tullyvallen Silver Band.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

KINAHAN, Danny (South Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Danny Kinahan Fine Arts. Self employed fine art and antiques consultant. Remuneration will be registered when end year net profit available. Average hours worked per week: 4 (max.).

Castle Upton Gallery . Partner with Mrs A M Kinahan. Contemporary Art Gallery. Remuneration will be registered when end year net profit available. Average hours worked per week: 1 (max.).

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Antrim Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Castle Upton, Templepatrick.

Neillsburn Plantation, Templepatrick.

Cottage, Ballycastle.

Co-owner of the Hilton Golf Course, Castle Upton, Templepatrick from which I receive a portion of the rental income.

Co-owner of Castle Upton Farm and estates, Templepatrick from which I receive a portion of the rental income.

9. Shareholdings

None.

Note: All shares held are too small to be listed.

10. Miscellaneous

Shorts pension.

Ministry of Defence pension.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member of ARC 21 (substitute for Antrim Borough Council).

Member, Lough Neagh Advisory Committee.

Member, Belfast Hills Partnership.

Member, Belfast Boat Club.

Member, National Trust.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

L

LEONARD, BILLY (East Derry)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Coleraine Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 12 (Registered 5th March 2010).

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Membership of University of Ulster Pension Scheme (Registered 5th March 2010) .

11. Unremunerated Interests

Causeway Citizens Advice Bureau, Coleraine (Registered 5th March 2010) .

Causeway Coast AONB Management Group (Registered 5th March 2010) .

Coleraine West Community Centre Management Committee (Registered 5th March 2010) .

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

LO, Anna (South Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

13th - 18th October 2007. $1,000 honorarium received from the University of Notre Dame, U.S.A. for speaking at a conference on Race and Immigration in Ireland. (See Category 6).

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

On 13th – 18th October 2007 I attended and spoke at the ‘Race and Immigration in the New Ireland’ Conference in the U.S.A. The Cost of the visit including return air ticket, accommodation and hospitality were met by the University of Notre Dame.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Committee Member, South Belfast Round Table on Racism.

Member, 48 Club (organisation promoting trade between U.K. and China).

Ambassador for the E.U. Year of Intercultural Dialogue for the Republic of Ireland (2008).

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I pay my brother on occasions to translate MLA Report extracts or correspondence for constituents into Chinese.

My partner’s company supplies me on occasions with office stationery, equipment and furniture.

LONG, Naomi (East Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

In January 2008 I received £659.80 honorarium from the International Peace Institute (PRIO)/Institute for Defence and Analyses (IDSA) for attending a Conflict Resolution Workshop (see Category 6).

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Belfast City Council (Victoria Ward). Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 25 (approx.)*.

Lord Mayor Belfast (1st June 2009 – 1st June 2010). Unremunerated. Average hours worked per week: 35 (approx.). * *

Member, East Belfast Sub-Group of District Policing Partnership (ended June 2009). Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per month: 10.*

Member-Leader Alliance Group, Belfast City Council (ended June 2009). Gross annual remuneration: £249.59 per month. Average hours worked per week: included above within 25 Average hours per week.

Member, Transition Committee, Belfast City Council (ended June 2009). Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per week: included above within 25 Average hours per week.

Former Member, Board of Governors, Amalgamation of Sydenham Infants Primary and Strand Primary (ceased July 2008).

*Note: Protocol requires the Lord Mayor of Belfast to step down from all Council Committees for period of office. Therefore, Average hours registered against ‘Councillor’ and ‘Member’ do not apply during the period 1st June 2009 – 1st June 2010, but prior to that period.

**Note: I continue to be remunerated as a Member of Council during term as Lord Mayor, but do not receive the additional personal allowance associated with the Mayoral role.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

In January 2008 I attended a Conflict Resolution Workshop in New Dehli, India. The cost was met by the International Peace Research Institute (PRIO)/Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA).

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

Nil.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Graduate Member, Institution of Civil Engineers.

Member, Congregational Committee, Bloomfield Presbyterian Church.

Member and Adult Leader, Girl Guiding Association.

Husband owns a dental practice in Donaghadee.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

LUNN, Trevor (Lagan Valley)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Lisburn City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738.

Member, Lisburn District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520.

Average hours worked per week: 16. Combination of hours worked on Council and District Policing Partnership.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Holiday apartment, Donegal.

House (investment), Donegal from which rental income is received.

9. Shareholdings

Stanger Properties Ltd. (Categories (a) and (b)).

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Walk Management Ltd. (Property Management).

Director, Lisburn Buildings Presentation Trust (Restoration Project).

Director, Winter Fuels Trust (Charity).

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

M

MAGINNESS, Alban (North Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Barrister-at-law. Self-employed. Average hours worked per month: currently none.

Note: Details will be registered when end year net profit is available.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 60.

Member, Board of Governors, St Patrick’s College, Antrim Road, Belfast. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Board Member, Prison Service Trust (Registered 22nd March 2010)

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

MASKEY, Alex (South Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15.

Member, Policing Board. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 16.

Chair of Community Engagement Committee of the Policing Board. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 4.

Member of Corporate Policy Committee of Policing Board. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 4.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

MASKEY, Paul (West Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Upper Andersonstown Community Forum.

Chair, Greater Andersonstown Neighbourhood Renewal Partnership.

Director, Féile an Phobail.

Chair, Fáilte Feirste Thiar.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McCALLISTER, John (South Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Self-employed farmer. Remuneration will be registered when end year net profit is available. Average hours worked per month: 25.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

August 2007. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

August 2008. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

On occasions I have been the guest speaker at the annual dinner of different branches of the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster when hospitality has been provided. In February 2009 I received a meal; in November 2009 my wife and I received a meal; and in February 2010 I received a meal and overnight accommodation. (Registered 22 nd March 2010).

6. Overseas Visits

In September 2007 I visited Washington D.C. to raise awareness and consider matters in relation to Autism. The cost of this visit was met by Autism N.I.

During May 2008 I attended a course on democracy and government in Boston and Washington D.C. The cost was met by Boston College.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Dwelling, farm and land, Ballynaskeagh, Banbridge, Co Down from which rental income is received

9. Shareholdings

United Dairy Farmers. Does not fall within sub-category (a) or (b). However, value of £7,000 stated.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Young Farmers Clubs of Ulster.

Ulster Farmers Union.

Greenmount Association.

Banbridge and Newry Dairy Discussion Group.

Newry Agricultural Show.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McCANN, Fra (West Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 25.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Board Member, Divis Joint Development Committee.

Board Member, Tall Ships Working Group.

Board Member, West Belfast Partnership Board.

Board Member, Maureen Sheenan Centre.

Board Member, Greater Falls Neighbourhood Renewal Partnership.

Board Member, Falls Partnership Initiative.

Trustee, Scoil an Lonnan.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ a niece of Paul and Alex Maskey as a personal assistant.

McCANN, Jennifer (West Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Management Committee, Colin Neighbourhood Partnership.

Member, Management Committee, West Belfast Suicide Support Group.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McCARTHY, Kieran (Strangford)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Ards Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 80.

Member, Board of Governors, St Patrick’s Primary School, Ballygalget. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Portaferry Integrated School. Unremunerated.

Note: Council work is ongoing – difficult to specify average hours.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

From 23rd -27th September 2007 I visited Washington D.C. to examine Autism Legislation. The cost of the visit was met in part by Autism N.I. (the remainder of the cost was met by myself).

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Small farm holding, Ballycranmore, Kircubbin.

Farm bungalow, Ballycranmore.

Premises and dwelling, Main Street, Kircubbin.

Holiday apartment, Spain.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Portaferry Regeneration Limited.

Member, Kircubbin Regeneration Group.

Member, Peninsula Healthy Living.

Member, Parish of Ardquin Community Hall Group.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my son on a part time basis for general office duties.

McCARTNEY, Raymond (Foyle)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Chairperson, Coiste na nIarchimí.

Management Committee, Tar Abhaile.

Director, Aras Tar Abhaile.

Member, Bloody Sunday Trust.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McCAUSLAND, Nelson (North Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure. Gross annual remuneration: £37,801. Average hours worked per week: 50.

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 20.

Member, Belfast Education and Library Board. No claims submitted. Average hours worked per month: 6.

Member, Belfast District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £4,410. Average hours worked per month: 2.5.

Governor, Carr’s Glen Primary School. Unremunerated.

Governor, Wheatfield Primary School. Unremunerated.

Governor, Ligoniel Primary School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Community Conventions and Development Company.

Director, North Belfast Partnership Board.

Director, Greater Shankill Partnership Board.

Member, Linen Hall Library.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my nephew as a constituency worker.

McCLARTY, David (East Londonderry)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Coleraine Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 10.

Chairman, D. H. Christie Memorial Primary School, Board of Governors. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Coleraine Academical Institution. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

August 2007. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Chairman, West Bann Development, Coleraine.

Chairman, Relatives Association (N.I.).

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None (Entry amended 14th April 2010)

McCREA, Basil (Lagan Valley)

1. Directorships

I was a Director of Atlas Communications until 1 October 2009.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

One day’s paid consultancy previously undertaken for USIT.

One day’s paid consultancy previously undertaken for NI-CO.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Lisburn City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 10.

Member, Policing Board Northern Ireland. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per week: 10.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

I received the sum of £3,000 from Basil McCrea Snr.

17th October 2008. Human Resources advice received from Catherine Williamson Associates.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

3rd October 2008. Overnight accommodation, hospitality and match tickets for the Community Shield following my participation in the United Kingdom Parliamentary Shield charity football match. The cost was met by McDonalds.

6. Overseas Visits

In April, 2009 I visited Como, Italy on a Human Rights Education Project. The costs were partly met by Como Education Council

Note: Accommodation and hospitality paid by Como Council. Air fare paid by self.

On 22nd June 2009 I visited Ankara, Turkey on an E.U. sponsored trip to Turkey re accession. The costs were met by NI-CO.

On 13 th-20 th March 2010 I visited the United States of America as a guest of Friends Forever a registered charity in the United States. The costs were met by Friends Forever. Estimated cost: £1,000. (Registered 13 th April 2010).

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my sister as a researcher.

McCREA, Ian (Mid-Ulster)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Cookstown District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 40.

Member, Cookstown District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per week: 3.

Member, Mid-Ulster Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 6.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Partner, Brookvale Associates.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a part time secretary.

I employ my brother-in-law as a researcher and personal secretary.

McCREA Rev Dr William (South Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Minister, Calvery Free Presbyterian Church (Pastor, Bible Teacher). Gross remuneration: £255.70 per week plus rent. Average hours worked per week: 30.

Note: Assembly salary is donated in its entirety to Foreign Mission Fields via Calvery Free Presbyterian Church, Magherafelt.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament for South Antrim. Gross annual remuneration: £64,766. Average hours worked per month: 220. (Westminster duties plus hours on constituency/representative work.)

Councillor, Magherafelt District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worker per month:50.

Note: Councillor’s salary forwarded to ‘Families in deprivation and need’.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Small farm, Stewartstown.

One half share in two properties, England from which rental income is received.

One quarter share in one property, Council Antrim.

9. Shareholdings

Share in Olive Tree (sub categories (a) and (b)).

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my daughter as office staff in Ballyclare.

McDEVITT, Conall (South Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None

3. Elected/Public Office

None

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McDONNELL, Dr Alasdair (South Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Self-employed partnership with one other person in small retail travel agency. Annual gross remuneration: Nil (as Company not in profit); if any remuneration is ever received it will be registered. Average hours worked per month: 1.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Annual gross remuneration: £64,766. Average hours worked per month: 200 (approx.).

Note: My work as an MP representing constituents overlaps with my work as an MLA and in this respect it is therefore difficult to accurately breakdown the hours between the two roles.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

On 23rd November 2009 I received a donation of £3,500 towards my SDLP leadership candidacy from Heron Brothers Ltd., Building and Civil Engineering Business. (Registered 8th December 2009).

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Small farm holding (24 acres), Dundrod, Co Antrim from which rental income is received.

Terraced house, Stranmillis, Belfast from which rental income is received.

Health Centre and adjacent property, Lower Ormeau Road, Belfast from which rental income is received.*

*Note: I hold a share in the new Ormeau Health Centre but the building is heavily in debt to the banks and in negative equity. Any income received goes directly to pay bank interest.

9. Shareholdings

Medevol (sub-category (a)).

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Pension Scheme.

Health Service Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Medevol (a small clinical trials company).

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McELDUFF, Barry (West Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Omagh District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 30.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McFARLAND, Alan (North Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

One eighth share in family home, Plumbridge, Co Tyrone.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Paymaster: H.M. Forces Pension.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Trustee, The Somme Association.

Member, Somme Heritage Centre Management Board.

Member, Royal British Legion.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McGILL, Claire (West Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Strabane District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15.

Board of Governors, St Brigid’s School, Cranagh. Unremunerated.

Board of Governors, St Eugene’s School, Victoria Bridge. Unremunerated.

Member, Western Education and Library Board. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

In receipt of Teacher’s pension.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McGIMPSEY, Michael (South Belfast)

1. Directorships

Director, North Down Construction Limited. Construction and rental company. Gross annual remuneration: £28,500. Average hours worked per month: 1 – 2.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 8.

Minister for Health. Gross annual remuneration £37,801. Average hours worked per week: 40 – 50.

Governor, Stranmillis Primary School. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 1 – 2.

Note: There is a lot of work which falls into my role as MLA and Councillor so difficult to give exact figures.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

On 6th September 2008 I visited the Northern Ireland medical staff working on front line in Afghanistan. The cost was met by the Department of Health Social Services and Public Safety Northern Ireland and the Ministry of Defence.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Three-quarters of an acre field outside Newtownards.

Note: Field bought thirty years ago – value unknown.

9. Shareholdings

North Down Construction Ltd. (sub-category (a)).

North Down Hotels. (sub-category (b)).

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, North Down Hotels Ltd.

Director, Scrabo Investments Limited.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I rent an office from a company in which my brother is the majority shareholder.

McGLONE, Patsy (Mid-Ulster)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Cookstown District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 15 – 20 (at least).

Note: The above is minimum number of hours.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McGUINNESS, Martin (Mid-Ulster)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Deputy First Minister. Gross annual remuneration: £71,434. Average hours worked per week: 50 (approx.).

Member of Parliament. Unremunerated.

Note: Sinn Fein MPs receive no salary – expenses only. Including the hours I work as Deputy First Minister I work approximately 80 hours per week. The balance is spent on constituency work as MP/MLA. It is almost impossible to apportion the hours worked between the two roles.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McHUGH, Gerry (Fermanagh and South Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor. Fermanagh District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 10.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

9.3 hectares of land, Fermanagh.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Northern Ireland Agricultural Producers Association.

Member, Women in Agriculture Steering Committeee.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McILVEEN, Michelle (Strangford)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Ards Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 40 (approx.).

Member, Ards, District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per month: 10 (approx.).

Member, Ards and North Down Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 6 (approx.).

Member, DOE Policy Development Panel B. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 4 (approx.).

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

On 9th April 2007 I visited the Safeguarding Children’s Project Team in Manchester. The cost of the flights was met by Barnardos.

6. Overseas Visits

On 26th June 2007 – 7th July 2007 I made an educational visit to the United States. The cost was met by the American Council of Young Political Leaders.

On 2nd December 2008 – 6th December 2008 I made an educational visit to Kenya. The cost was met by the Westminster Foundation.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Residential Property, Belfast from which rental income is received.

Residential Property, Newtownards from which rental income is received.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Ards Business Centre, Newtownards.

Member, Ulster-Scots Academy Implementation Group.

Member, Association of Loyal Orangewomen.

Family business, McIlveen Motors Ltd.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my brother as a researcher/office manager.

McKAY, Daithí (North Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Ballymoney Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 20.

Member, Policing Board. Unremunerated – expenses only. Average hours worked per month: 20.

Vice-Chair, Policing Board, Audit Committee. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 1.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Rasharkin Community Association.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McLAUGHLIN, Mitchel (South Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McNARRY, David (Strangford)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

McQUILLAN, Adrian (East Londonderry)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Coleraine Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 16.

Chairman, Coleraine District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520 (from 1st December 2009). Total hours worked per month: 12.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Moneydig Community Association.

Member, Castlerock Community Association.

Member, Garvagh Museum Committee.

Member, Orange Order.

Member, Apprentice Boys of Derry.

Member, Coleraine F.C. Supporters Club (Garvagh and Kilrea District).

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my sister-in-law as a researcher/office manager.

I employ my aunt as a part-time secretary.

I, jointly with two other Members, employ the nephew of George Robinson as a researcher.

MOLLOY, Francie (Mid-Ulster)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 22.

Dungannon and South Tyrone District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per month: 6.

Mid Ulster Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 4.

Director, Southern Waste Management Partnership. Unremunerated.

Director, Lough Neagh Partnership. Unremunerated.

Director, South West Action for Rural Development. Unremunerated.

Non-Director, Irish Central Border Area Network. Unremunerated.

Chair, Coalisland Neighbourhood Regeneration. Unremunerated.

Note: These are directorships that I hold due to elected membership of Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council. Hours worked are attendance at meetings.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Part ownership of a residential property, Coalisland, Co Tyrone from which rental income is received.

Four acres of farmland, Lisroan, Moy, Co Tyrone.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

MORROW, The Lord Morrow of Clogher Valley (Fermanagh and South Tyrone)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week 12 -14.

Member House of Lords. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Dungannon Regeneration Partnership.

Wetlands Regional Development Project.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my sister-in-law as an office manager.

MOUTRAY, Stephen (Upper Bann)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Craigavon Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 8.

Member, Craigavon District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per week: 1.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Petrol station/supermarket, Lurgan.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Lurgan Forward.

Member, Orange Order.

Member, Apprentice Boys of Derry.

Director, Knocknashane Enterprise.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

MURPHY, Conor (Newry and Armagh)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Unremunerated (expenses only received).

Minister for Regional Development. Gross annual remuneration: £37,801. Average hours worked per week: 38 – 40.*

*Note: Including the hours spent as a Minister I work an average of 70 – 80 hours per week. The additional hours are spent on constituency work as MP/MLA. It would be very difficult to apportion the work between the two roles.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

Note: Details with Department for Regional Development Private Office of any visits which are not required to be registered.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

One ninth share of former family business property, Monaghan Street, Newry.

One ninth share of 6 acres on former family farm, Quarter Road, Camlough.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

N

NEESON, Seán (East Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Carrickfergus Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 20.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Board Member, Carrickfergus Enterprise.

Board Member, Carrickfergus Development Co.

Member, Nomadic Charitable Trust.

Member, U.K. National Historic Ships Committee.

Elected Member, Congress of Regional and Local Authorities in Europe (Assembly appointment).

Board Member, SENSE (N.I.).

Committee Member, Kilcreggan Home Carrickfergus.

Director, Northern Ireland Assembly and Business Trust.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a part time secretarial assistant.

NEWTON , Robin (East Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: Basic £9,738, Group Leader £4,857.84, Transition Committee £2,700. Average hours worked per week: 20.

Junior Minister, OFMDfM. Gross annual remuneration: £19,609. Average hours worked per week: 25 – 30.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Commercial property, Cregagh Road, Belfast from which rental income is received.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, East Belfast Partnership Board.

Trustee, Clara Park Tenants and Residents Association.

Trustee, Wandsworth Community Association.

Director, Northern Ireland Assembly and Business Trust.

Director, Textile and Clothing Technology.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my son as a researcher/constituency worker.

I employ my wife as a secretary/office manager.

NÍ CHUILÍN Carál (North Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Treasurer, Coiste na nIarchimí.

Member, Bobby Sands Trust.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my husband’s sister-in-law as a personal assistant.

O

O’DOWD, John (Upper Bann)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Craigavon Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 20 (approx.).

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Strategem N.I: a survey company which occasionally seeks the views of Members on a wide range of issues. They pay a sum of £50.00 for each survey completed. I donate this sum to charity.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Lurgan Forward.

Director, Brownlow Ltd.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

O’LOAN, Declan (North Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Ballymena Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 50.

Chair, Committee of Ballymena Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £2,400. (Average hours worked incorporated into above figure).

Member, Ballymena District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration £2,520. Average hours worked per month: 10.

Note: The Figures for number of average hours worked are estimated minimum values.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

From 28th – 29th June 2009 I visited Germany to view geothermal energy schemes. The cost was met by GT Energy/Ballymena Borough Council.

From 7th – 10th October 2009 I visited Beius, Romania to view a house building project. The cost was met by Habitat for Humanity N.I.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Northern Ireland Teacher’s Pension Scheme – in receipt of pension.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Ballymena Citizens Advice Bureau.

Member, Community Relations Council – term ended 10 April 2008.

Member, Society of St Vincent de Paul.

Director, Northern Ireland Assembly and Business Trust.

Wife was Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland (until 5 November 2007).

Wife is a member of the House of Lords from September 2009.

Honorary Consul for Romania in Northern Ireland from 12th March 2010 (Registered 24th March 2010)

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

O’NEILL, Michelle (Mid-Ulster)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Dunganon and South Tyrone Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 16.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

P

PAISLEY, Rev Dr Ian (North Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Columnist for Newsletter. Gross annual renumeration: £4,800. Average hours worked per month: 4.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Gross annual renumeration: £64,766. Average hours worked per week: 60.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Minister of Religion.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

PAISLEY, Ian Jnr (North Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Political Assistant to Dr Ian Paisley MP MLA. Gross annual remuneration: £9,000. Average hours worked per week: 10 – 14.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member, Northern Ireland Policing Board. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

On 14th August 2007 I visited China to attend a meeting. The costs were partly met by the Chinese Business Community.

On 5th April 2008 I visited New York, U.S.A. to attend a meeting. The costs were partly met by Titanic Quarter.

On 5th October 2008 I visited the Lebanon to give a lecture. The costs were met by the Westminster Foundation.

From 3rd October 2009 to 7th October 2009 I visited Romainia to participate in a charity house
build project. The costs were met by Habitat for Humanity.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

POOTS, Edwin (Lagan Valley)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Self-employed farmer. Food production. Nil return. Average hours worked per month: 40.

3. Elected/Public Office

Alderman, Lisburn City Council. Gross annual remuneration £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 40.

Minister for Environment. Gross annual remuneration: £38,647. Average hours worked per month: 160.

Board of Governors, Carr Primary School. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 1.

Board of Governors, Riverdale Primary School. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month 1.

Board of Governors, Meadowbridge Primary School. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month 1.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Agricultural land, Lisnastraen, Crossgar.

Additional home occupied by parent, Lisnastraen.

9. Shareholdings

Iveagh Properties (sub categories (a) and (b)).

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Lisburn City Centre Management.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

PURVIS, Dawn (East Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

On 17th October 2009 I received two tickets to see Seamus Heaney and Michael Longley with the Ulster Orchestra at Belfast Waterfront Hall. The tickets were provided by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

6. Overseas Visits

On 14th – 16th February 2008 I attended the International School for Peace Studies, Messines, Belgium to meet and talk to young participants on the school’s Link Programme facilitated by the David Ervine Foundation. The cost was met by FAS – Training and Employment Authority.

On 28th October – 1st November 2009 I attended and spoke at the graduation of participants of Wider Horizons programme in Pittsburgh, P.A., U.S.A. I also took part in a panel debate in University of Pittsburgh. The cost was met by the Ireland Institute of Pittsburgh.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Honorary Treasurer, Board of Healing Through Remembering.

Trustee, David Ervine Foundation.

Vice-Chair, Management Committee of Ex-Prisoners Interpretive Centre (EPIC).

Director, Northern Ireland Assembly and Business Trust.

Director, Intercom Ireland.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

R

RAMSEY, Pat (Foyle)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Derry City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 16.

Member, Derry District Policing Partnership. Gross annual remuneration: £2,520. Average hours worked per week: 6.

Note: The above average hours indicated are the minimum average hours, includes travel time.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Milenium Theatre, Derry.

Director, Foyle Haven, Derry.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a driver.

RAMSEY, Sue (West Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Management Committee, Falls Womens Group.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

RITCHIE, Margaret (South Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Minister for Social Development. Gross annual remuneration: £37,801. Average hours worked per week: 50*.

Notes: I resigned from Down District Council on 31st May 2009 (Councillor from 18th May 1985 – 31st May 2009).

*The above average hours specified are the minimum including travel time.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

Note: All gifts under £150 – mostly composed bouquets of flowers.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

ROBINSON, George (East Londonderry)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Limavady Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 20.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

In receipt of Ministry of Defence pension.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my son as a personal assistant, secretary and office manager.

I, jointly with two other Members, employ my nephew as a researcher.

ROBINSON, Ken (East Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Newtownabbey Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 15.

Member of the Board of Governors, Hollybank Primary School. Unremunerated.

Member of the Board of Governors, Whiteabbey Primary School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Semi-detached house, North Belfast from which rental income is received.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Northern Ireland Teacher’s Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Mallusk Enterprise Park.

Retired member N.A.S./U.W.T.

Retired teacher (non-practising).

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a secretary/admin assistant.

I employ my son as a research assistant/constituency advisor.

ROBINSON, Rt Hon Peter (East Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Gross annual remuneration: £64,766. Average hours worked per month: Westminster duties plus 80 hours on constituency duties.

First Minister. Gross annual remuneration £71,434. Average hours worked per month: 130 exclusively on First Minister duties.

Note: The Average hours spent on constituency duties cover my role as MP and MLA. I cannot distinguish the breakdown between the two.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

Note: None other than ministerial visits the cost of which is met by the Department.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Apartment, London.

House, Florida.

Constituency Office, Belfast East.

Note: These properties are owned jointly with my wife.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Pension Scheme (House of Commons).

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

ROSS, Alastair (East Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

None.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

RUANE, Caitríona (South Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Minister of Education. Gross annual remuneration: £37,801. Average hours worked per week: 50*.

Note: Including my hours spent as a Minister I work an average of 70 – 80 hours per week. The additional hours are spent on constituency work as an MLA.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

S

SAVAGE, George (Upper Bann)

1. Directorships

Director, Deermount Development Ltd. Not yet trading. Average hours worked per month: 6.

Director, Watties Hill Farms. Gross annual remuneration: £1,500 for expenses only. Average hours worked per month: 50.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Craigavon Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 16.

Chairman, Board of Governors, Donacloney Primary School. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 2.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Farmland, Donacloney.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, TADA Rural Network.

Chairman, Iveagh Farmers’ Group.

Chairman, Donacloney Royal British Legion.

Member, Gosford Housing Association.

Director, Glenavon Football Club.

Member, Southern Waste and Management Partnership.

Member, Southern Organisation for Action in Rural Areas.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as an office manager.

I employ my daughter-in-law as an office assistant.

SHANNON, Jim (Strangford)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

Self-employed pork retailer. Gross annual remuneration: £200 per week. Average hours worked per week: 20.

3. Elected/Public Office

Alderman, Ards Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 20.

Member, North Down and Ards Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per week: 4.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Half share in a holiday villa in Kissimmee, Florida (Registered 20th April 2010).

Approximately 20 acres of Agricultureal land on family farm at 40 Portaferry Road, Kircubbin. (Registered 20th April 2010.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

SIMPSON, David (Upper Bann)

1. Directorships

Director, Universal Meat Company (meat import/export). Gross annual remuneration: £12,000. Average hours worked per month: 12.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Gross annual remuneration: £64,766. Average hours worked per month: 200 – 220.

Councillor, Craigavon Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 50.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Farmland, Derryhirk from which rental income is received.

Farmland, Derryloose from which rental income is received.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

SPRATT, Jimmy (South Belfast)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Castlereagh Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 40 (sometimes more).

Member, Lisburn/Castlereagh Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 6.

Member, Northern Ireland Policing Board. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Moneyreagh Primary School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Joint owner of small holding, agricultural land in Comber from which rental income is received.

Joint owner of property in Sheffield.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Police pension.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Chairman, National Association of Regional Employers until 15th October 2009.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my wife as a part-time Constituency office manager.

STOREY, Mervyn (North Antrim)

1. Directorships

Nil.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Ballymoney District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per month: 25.

Director, Acorn Business Centre (appointed by Ballymoney Council). Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 2.

Board of Governors, Model Primary School. Unremunerated.

Board of Governors, Ballymoney High School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Membership of Unigate Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Glebeside Community Association.

Member, Castle Street Community Association

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None. 

W

WEIR, Peter (North Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, North Down Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 10.

Member, Policy Development Panel A (DOE). Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per week: 2.

Member, North Down and Ards Transition Committee. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per week: 2.

Officer, Northern Ireland Local Government Association. Gross annual remuneration: £1,500. Average hours worked per week: 4.

Member, Northern Ireland Policing Board. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per week: 8.

Member, South Eastern Education and Library Board. Gross annual remuneration: £200. Average hours worked per week: 1.

Member, Board of Governors, Ballyholme Primary School. Unremunerated.

Member, Board of Governors, Bloomfield Primary School. Unremunerated.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

None.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Orange Order.

Member, Royal Black Perceptory.

Member, Northern Ireland Local Government Association.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

WELLS, Jim (South Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, Down District Council. Gross annual remuneration: £10,455 (including Special Responsibility Payment). Average hours worked per month: 20.

Member, Strategic Leadership Board, Review of Public Administration. Gross annual remuneration: £2,700. Average hours worked per month: 10.

Note: Planning Consultant – not practising.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

Note: Several donations forwarded to Constituency Association or party headquarters for general funding or party candidates or party funds.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

On 11th-12th March 2010 I visited Munich, Germany, to view geothermal heating plants. The cost was met by GT Energy. (Registered 22nd April 2010)

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

Half share in two properties in County Down from which rental income is received.

9. Shareholdings

Gartmore Japan Unit Trust. (sub-category (b)).

10. Miscellaneous

National Trust Staff Pension Scheme.

Strategem Northern Ireland: a survey company which occasionally surveys the views of MLA’s on a wide range of issues. A fee of £50.00 is payable for each survey completed. I donate this sum to the Southern Area Hospice. (registered 8 December 2009).

11. Unremunerated Interests

Director, Schomberg Society, Kilkeel. Resigned [entry amended 8 December 2009].

Director, Ballynahinch Regeneration.

Northern Ireland Chairman, Christian Blind Mission Committee.

Treasurer, Chosen Northern Ireland.

Chairman, Northern Ireland Raptor Study Group.

Member, Orange Order.

Member, Royal Black Institution.

Member, Apprentice Boys – Londonderry.

Note: The Northern Ireland Raptor Study Group receives funding from the Northern Ireland Environment Agency. Members are entitled to claim travel expenses for fieldwork carried out as volunteers. I claimed travel expenses for fieldwork carried out in 2008 and 2009.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.

WILSON , Brian (North Down)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Councillor, North Down Borough Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738. Average hours worked per week: 20.

Member, South Eastern Board. Suspended.*

Member, Board of Governors, Rathmore Primary School. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 2.

Member, Board of Governors, St Columbanus College. Unremunerated. Average hours worked per month: 2.

*Note: Member, Board can claim an allowance of approx £20 for attending a meeting. However, as the SEELB is suspended I no longer claim this.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Teacher’s pension scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

Member, Green Peace.

Member, R.S.P.B.

Member, Friends of the Earth.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

I employ my son as a personal assistant.

WILSON, Sammy (East Antrim)

1. Directorships

None.

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession, etc

None.

3. Elected/Public Office

Member of Parliament. Gross annual remuneration: £64,766.*

Councillor, Belfast City Council. Gross annual remuneration: £9,738.*

Minster of Finance and Personnel. Gross annual remuneration: £38,647.*

*Note: Ministerial, Council and Parliamentary duties – estimated 200 – 220 hours per month on constituency/representative work.

4. Electoral Support and Political Donations

None.

5. Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality (UK)

None.

6. Overseas Visits

None.

7. Overseas Benefits and Gifts

None.

8. Land and Property

None.

9. Shareholdings

None.

10. Miscellaneous

Parliamentary Pension Scheme.

11. Unremunerated Interests

None.

12. Family Members who benefit from Assembly Members’ Allowances

None.