Howth, Baldoyle, Sutton Councillor. General Election Candidate for Dublin Bay North

Cian is the SocDems Spokesperson on Energy and Climate Change. Prior to becoming a councillor, Cian graduated with a Masters degree from UCD. He has also studied social policy and healthcare economics.

Since 2009, Cian has been an elected Councillor for Baldoyle, Sutton and Howth on Fingal County Council.

Cian has been very active working with residents in newer housing developments where concerns about pyrite and fire safety defects have emerged.

He is a strong advocate for improving regulation and oversight of builders and developers so that people can have peace of mind in their homes.

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“I joined the Social Democrats because the party has a serious plan for the long-term that will give people security in the areas of health, housing and employment.”

“I joined the Social Democrats because of their plan for the long-term that will give people security in the areas of health, housing and employment.”

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Cian discusses why he joined the SocDems

When I am out campaigning, hearing stories from both older and younger generations I feel we can do much better in terms of healthcare and housing.

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2 weeks ago

Cian O'Callaghan

Great to see that the construction of the Baldoyle to Portmarnock Greenway going well and on course to be finished by the end of October.

The foundations for the cycle track and walkway are being completed and work will begin next week on putting in the foundations for the bridge over the River Mayne.

A stop go system will be in place next week from 10pm to 7am starting on Monday September 2nd till Friday September 6th to facilitate this work.

This project is the first part of a much more extensive Greenway that is being planned which will connect Sutton to to Donabate via Malahide and the Broadmeadow Estuary.
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Great to see that the construction of the Baldoyle to Portmarnock Greenway going well and on course to be finished by the end of October. 

The foundations for the cycle track and walkway are being completed and work will begin next week on putting in the foundations for the bridge over the River Mayne. 

A stop go system will be in place next week from 10pm to 7am starting on Monday September 2nd till Friday September 6th to facilitate this work. 

This project is the first part of a much more extensive Greenway that is being planned which will connect Sutton to to Donabate via Malahide and the Broadmeadow Estuary.

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It looks great x

Looks great 🚴‍♀️🍃🌊

Much needed

Cant wait im in Donabate

Robb, it's going well so far

Looks great! Cian O'Callaghan is there a plan to connect this greenway with Clongriffin? Father Collins Park maybe?

Did ur mum go to santa sabina?

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1 month ago

Cian O'Callaghan

This visualization of the Baldoyle to Portmarnock Greenway currently under construction is really cool:

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That really is very cool. I can’t wait for it to be completed! 😊

Love it!

Looks way better in that video than on paper! Fingers crossed all will be a success

Brilliant!!

Fascinating. It may be an optical illusion, but right at the very end the Moyne seems to be flowing backwards?

While I welcome this much needed walkway and cycle way, there is no legal requirement for cyclists to use it(AFAIK it was removed a couple of years ago) so there may still be cyclists that will cycle on the roadway

Well overdue, looking forward to it!!

Thanks for the info Cian O Callaghan

While it’s a great upgrade, I’m astounded nothing happening with road widening or upgrades?? Road tax paying for cycle tracks is going beyond the joke. Time cyclists paid tax

Why not continue the bridge over the Mayne road instead of traffic lights

It’s a pity they wouldn’t build a decent roadway

Des Farrelly David Farrelly

David look how cool

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2 months ago

Cian O'Callaghan

The Bayside Community Association are looking for support for their latest project which is a community orchard and wildflower meadow. Tea, Coffee, Cakes, Plants and Books will be on sale this weekend in the lambchop to help reach their fundraising goal:Hey people...big support needed on the fundraising side this weekend as we try raise some much needed funds for the latest project detailed in the attached photo! All support would be really appreciated ... See MoreSee Less

The Bayside Community Association are looking for support for their latest project which is a community orchard and wildflower meadow. Tea, Coffee, Cakes, Plants and Books will be on sale this weekend in the lambchop to help reach their fundraising goal:
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OPEN FUN DAY - SATURDAY!

To help mark 50 YEARS of @BaldoyleUtd FC we are having a fun day for all local children:

🏰 Bouncy Castles
⏫ Giant Obstacle Course
💧Wet Your Coach
🏆Raffles - Great Prizes

@brianmcdonagh
@OCallaghanCian @MayorEOB
@AoibhinnTormey @davidhealyv

Three things we know:
1) Fire spreads rapidly in timber frame apartments where fire stopping is missing or inadequate
2) we have a considerable stock of these apts in Ireland
3) the government refuses to take effective action https://t.co/eQWaURaeW0

The thread below aims to widen the discussion on #slaintecare & the #DeBuitléir report. Some commentary from very respected journalists and doctors have argued that the public system cannot afford €626m p.a to remove private care from public hospitals.

The @SocDems have the power to be transformative for Ireland. We are young, we are progressive and we are committed to change. But Democracy is Not a Spectator Sport. If you want change you need to act. Get in touch or sign up here https://t.co/uoDKMVgKdH

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