|Member of the New Zealand Parliament
for Birkenhead and Northcote
|Succeeded by||Ann Hartley|
7 February 1948 |
Lower Hutt, New Zealand
|Political party||National Party|
Ian Murray Revell (born 7 February 1948) is a former New Zealand politician. He was an MP from 1990 to 1999, representing the National Party. Before entering politics, Revell was a senior detective in the New Zealand Police.
Member of Parliament
|Parliament of New Zealand|
He was first elected to Parliament in the 1990 elections as MP for Birkenhead, defeating the incumbent Jenny Kirk of the Labour Party. He remained MP for Birkenhead until the seat was abolished in the 1996 elections, when he successfully stood for the new Northcote electorate. In the 1999 elections, he was defeated by Labour's Ann Hartley by less than 300 votes. As he was not on National's party list, he left Parliament.
He now works as a Senior Sales Consultant for Prestige Realty and has been the recipient of the Top Salesperson Award for 2006 and 2007. Revell primarily works on Auckland's North Shore, based in Takapuna.
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|New Zealand Parliament|
|Member of Parliament for Birkenhead
|New constituency||Member of Parliament for Northcote