Alan Howard-Jones is the Liberal Candidate for Makin.
Alan is active in the community, with a strong connection to the local community. He works as a web designer and print estimator.
Alan grew up in the local area. He attended Salisbury East High and understands the issues that matter in the local community.
Alan has served on the board of Tyndale Christian School and is a member of the Rotary Club of Modbury Golden Grove. He has volunteered across several different community organisations over the last 15 years.
Alan is passionate about the local area and would be a strong local voice for the northern metropolitan suburbs.
I have been a resident and an active member of the community in Makin for over thirty years.
Firstly, as a child living and attending primary and high school in Salisbury East. Then, as an adult residing in Wynn Vale, Modbury Heights and finally settling in Greenwith with my family.
I currently serve our electorate in a variety of community groups and activities including Rotary Club of Modbury Golden Grove, attend a local church in Ridgehaven and am a member of Friends of Cobbler Creek.
My children are, and have been, educated in the electorate, where in recent years I have also served on the school board.
Makin (named in honour of the Hon. Norman John Oswald Makin AO) covers an area of 162 sq km and consists of part of the City of Port Adelaide Enfield, part of the City of Salisbury, and part of the City of Tea Tree Gully.
The suburbs of Banksia Park, Cavan, Dry Creek, Fairview Park, Gepps Cross, Globe Derby Park, Golden Grove, Gould Creek, Greenwith, Green Fields, Gulfview Heights, Hope Valley (part), Houghton (part), Ingle Farm, Modbury, Modbury Heights, Northfield (part), Para Hills, Para Vista, Para Hills West, Parafield, Parafield Gardens, Pooraka, Redwood Park, Ridgehaven, Salisbury East, Salisbury Heights, St Agnes, Surrey Downs, Tea Tree Gully, Upper Hermitage, Valley View, Vista, Walkley Heights, Wingfield (part), Wynn Vale and Yatala Vale are in this division.
In the press.
Simon Birmingham announces Alan Howard-Jones as the Liberal Candidate for Makin at Civic Park. “Great to be here with our new candidate Alan Howard-Jones the new Liberal candidate for Makin. Alan is an exceptionally hard working individual in the community