Rob Callister, MHK
Swearing in

Rob Callister, MHK
Failt erriu – Welcome

Thank you for visiting my website; I hope you find the content useful.

A big thank you to the people of Onchan for putting their trust and confidence in me at the House of Keys General Election, which was held on 22nd September 2016.

I consider myself a truly independent candidate with a commitment to serve and represent residents of Onchan in all aspects of our community for the overall benefit of our Constituency and I will work towards a common goal to ensure that all matters tabled before me are considered openly, professionally and that all decisions are made without fear or favour.

The Isle of Man Government over the five years must…

* Re-establish a level of trust and confidence with the people of this island
* Keep the Manx Public fully informed of the challenges we face as a community
* Ensure that the island’s economic success remains the Government’s overarching priority
* Implement a robust tax system, which is fair to all and not the few
* Implement a long term strategy to address the pension crisis
* Ensure delivery of a first class health service
* Ensure delivery of a first class education system
* Address concerns regarding the Sea and Air routes
* Address shortages for first-time buyers and local authority housing

As an Onchan MHK I will continue to…

* Represent all sections of our Community
* Work in partnership with the Local Authority, Commissioners and other Local Groups to represent the best interests of Onchan
* Represent Onchan’s Social Housing Tenants, in order to ensure that rents are set fairly
* Defend Onchan’s right to remain Social Housing landlord and ensure decisions relating to the island’s housing structure are made for the right reasons
* Defend Onchan’s right to remain a local authority for the foreseeable future.

Rob Callister, MHK

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Latest blog post…

MHK Blog 25th to 31st March 2019

Blog 30 Mar 19This week was one of those uneventful and quiet weeks, which I am not complaining about as it has enabled me to focus on various other projects that I want to complete in 2019.

It also gave me an opportunity […]

MHK Blog 18th to 24th March 2019

The Policy and Reform Minister, Chris Thomas, MHK tabled a Public Sector Pensions – Legacy Funding update in Tynwald this week, which is definitely one of the biggest decisions we will have to make in this administration.

My colleague Bill Shimmins, MHK tabled […]

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Latest parliamentary business…

Question to the DOI Minister – 2nd April 2019

The Hon. Member for Onchan (Mr Callister) to ask the Minister for Infrastructure:
How many Driving Permits have been issued by his Department under (a) the 1968 Road Traffic Convention; (b) the 1949 Road Traffic Convention; and (c) the 1926 Road Traffic Convention, in the last five years?

Link to […]

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Latest news…

Housing authorities broke spending cap on multiple occasions

MHK calls for maintenance cap to be lifted

Housing authorities broke their maintenance spending cap on at least ten occasions in the last seven years.

The Department of Infrastructure limits how much rental income can be spent on property upkeep.

It was revealed Onchan Commissioners broke the allowance cap three years in […]

Department to make £75,000 per year from school bus fare increase

The Department of infrastructure will make an additional £75,000 a year from increasing school bus fares.

The figure was revealed by Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer in response to a question in the House of Keys earlier this week.

Onchan MHK Rob Callister asked him how much his department will receive, as […]

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