Geoffrey George BOOT MHK
Constituency: Glenfaba and Peel
Address: Legislative Buildings, Finch Road, Douglas, IM1 3PW
Tel: 01624 685485
Address as: Mr Boot, Minister Boot
Full title: Hon Geoffrey Boot MHK
Born: 1953, Nottingham.
Education: Primary school - Devon, senior school - Kent, college - Hastings.
Family: Married to Suzie, 4 children.
Career: Banking, surveying, estate agent, auctioneering, horticulture/farming, leisure/holiday development, property investment, commercial pilot, chief flying instructor/examiner, numerous board and committee positions in aviation, co-founder Flyer magazine, world record co-ordinator RAeC/FAI, general lobby work and regulation review.
Public Service: Elected various local authorities UK, German Commissioner 2012-15 and chaired a Conservative political forum.
Honours and Decorations: Three times Kings Cup winner (Air Racing), British air racing champion and two times European air racing champion.
Publications: Co-founder consultant editor Flyer magazine, contributor light aviation and other aviation related publications.
Interests: Politics, current affairs, all things aviation including air racing, motorcycle racing, shooting, classic cars, foreign travel, good food and wine, reading, gardening and the environment.
Member of the House of Keys
Minister for Environment, Food and Agriculture 2016-date.
Member of the Strategic Seas Working Group 2015-date.
Member: Environment, Food and Agriculture 2015-16; Economic Development 2015-16.
Committees of Tynwald: Social Affairs Policy Review Committee 2015-16, Select Committee of Tynwald on the Registration of Property (Petition for Redress) 2015-16, Select Committee on the Functioning of Tynwald 2017-18.
Council of Ministers' Committees: Single Legal Entity Committee Feb-June 2017.
Contested Glenfaba unsuccessfully in 2006 and
2011, elected in 2015 at a by-election. Re-elected in 2016 for new constituency of Glenfaba and Peel.
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
Member: Isle of Man Branch 2015-date.
Study visits: States of Jersey 2019, Scottish Parliament 2019.
Regional Conferences: Gibraltar 2017.