Lord Cormack

Lord Cormack

Full title

The Lord Cormack

Name

Patrick Cormack

Party/group

Conservative

Joined the Lords

18 December 2010

Contact details

House of Lords, London, SW1A 0PW
Tel: 020 7219 5353
Fax: 020 7219 5979
contactholmember@parliament.uk

Biography

UK Parliament

Post Date
Shadow Spokesperson (Business, Innovation and Skills) 1997-00
Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Commons 1997-00
Committee House Date
Works of Art Committee (L) Lords 2012-
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee (Chair) Commons 2005-10
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Commons 2005-10
Liaison Committee (Commons) Commons 2005-10
Ecclesiastical Committee (Joint Committee) Commons 2002-05
Consolidation etc. Bills (Joint Committee) Commons 2001-05
Standing Orders Commons 2001-05
Human Rights (Joint Committee) Commons 2001-05
Modernisation of the House of Commons Commons 1998-97
Parliamentary Privilege (Joint Committee) Commons 1997-99
National Heritage Commons 1992-92
House of Commons (Services): New Building Sub-Committee Commons 1987-91
House of Commons (Services) Commons 1987-91
Panel of Chairs Commons 1983-00
House of Commons (Services): Accomodation & Administration Sub-Committee Commons 1979-90
House of Commons (Services) Commons 1979-91
Education, Science & Arts Commons 1979-83
Constituency Date
South Staffordshire 2005-10
South Staffordshire 1983-05
South West Staffordshire 1974-83
Cannock 1970-74

Professional life

Job title Organisation Date
Chairman Aitken Dott, The Scottish Gallery 1983-89
Director Historic House Hotels 1981-89
Chairman/President All Party Arts and Heritage Group 1979-10
Head of History Brewood Grammar School, Staffs 1969-70
Ass. Housemaster Wrekin College Shropshire 1967-69
Second Master St. James's School Grimsby 1961-66

Public life

Post Organisation Date
Deputy Lieutenant of Staffordshire 2010-
Member Council on National Records and Archives 2003-06
Member General Synod Church of England 1995-05
Commissioner Royal Commission on Historic Manuscripts 1981-03
Member Historic Buildings Council 1979-84
Founder and Chairman Heritage Matters 1974-

Member's focus

Policy
Culture, media and sport
Education
Energy and environment
International affairs
Parliament, government and politics
Citizenship education
Craft apprenticeships
UK
East Midlands (esp Lincolnshire)
Scotland
West Midlands (esp Staffordshire)
World
Balkans
Baltic States
Finland
Middle East
Russia

Register of Interests

  • 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.

    • Consultant on Public Affairs to First Magazine, Victoria House, 99-101, Regent Street, London W1B 4EZ
    • Chairman of Editorial Board and Life President, The House Magazine, 21 Dartmouth Street, London, SW1 9BP
    • Adviser, Machinery Users' Association, 11 Moorfields Highwalk, London EC2Y 9DP
    • Occasional freelance writing
  • 3: Clients

    • Machinery Users Association, 11 Moorfields Highwalk, London EC2Y 9DP
    • First Magazine, Victoria House, 99-101, Regent Street, London W1B 4EZ
    • The House Magazine, 21 Dartmouth Street, London, SW1 9BP
  • 10: Non-financial interests (c)

    • Chairman, History of Parliament Trust
    • President, Staffordshire Historic Buildings Trust
    • Trustee, Staffordshire Historic Churches Trust
    • President, Staffordshire Historic Parks and Gardens Trust
    • Vice-President, National Churches Trust
    • Chairman, William Morris Craft Fellowship Committee, Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings
    • Chairman, Historic Lincoln Trust