Allan first gained a place in the Legislative Assembly following her win in the seat of Wentworthville in the 1988 election. When this seat was dissolved as a result of a redistribution prior to the 1991 election; she attained preselection and won the seat of Blacktown, returning to a recreated Wentworthville at the 1999 election. She served as the state Minister for the Environment under Bob Carr's premiership from 4 April 1995 to 8 April 1999.
Allan retired from state politics in 2007.
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|Member for Wentworthville
|Member for Blacktown
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