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Jim Lloyd


Jim Lloyd

The Honourable
Jim Lloyd
Minister for Local Government, Territories and Roads
In office
18 July 2004 – 3 December 2007
Preceded by Ian Campbell
Succeeded by Abolished
Member of the Australian Parliament
for Robertson
In office
2 March 1996 – 24 November 2007
Preceded by Frank Walker
Succeeded by Belinda Neal
Personal details
Born (1954-07-17) 17 July 1954
Sydney, New South Wales
Political party Liberal Party of Australia
Website Ministerial page

James Eric Lloyd JP (born 17 July 1954), Australian politician, was a Liberal Party of Australia member of the Australian House of Representatives from the March 1996 election until the November 2007 election, representing the Division of Robertson in New South Wales.

Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Lloyd was educated at Homebush Boys High School and worked in a variety of occupations, including milkman, ferry and cruise boat crew member, manager of a marina and service station proprietor before entering politics.

Lloyd was the Liberal Party candidate for the safe Labor seat of Peats at the 1984 New South Wales State election, gathering 33.40% of the vote. His lobbying work prior to entering politics included collecting 60,000 signatures which resulted in the re-opening of the Cheero Point section of the Pacific Highway, which had been closed for several years following landslides.[1]

Lloyd was Chief Government Whip from 2001 to 2004 before his appointment as Minister for Local Government, Territories and Roads in July 2004.[2] He was defeated in the 2007 election by Belinda Neal.[3]


  1. ^ Allison, Col (3 October 1996). "MP battles F3 bottleneck".  
  2. ^ "Lloyd, the Hon. James (Jim) Eric".  
  3. ^ House of Representatives Division First Preferences
Political offices
Preceded by
Ian Campbell
Minister for Local Government,
Territories and Roads

Title abolished
Parliament of Australia
Preceded by
Frank Walker
Member for Robertson
Succeeded by
Belinda Neal
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