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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4 weeks ago

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The Martello Tower at Red Rock, Sutton - this is one of my favourite places: ... See MoreSee Less

The Martello Tower at Red Rock, Sutton - this is one of my favourite places:

4 weeks ago

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Dublin Bay looking peaceful

1 month ago

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The technology is there for clean, green and sustainable transport - this hydrogen train for example omits only water - the question is will national governments move quick enough to use it?

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Would you back nuclear fusion power? It too has water as its only emission. https://www.bbc.com/news/business-46219656

We can but dream!

2 months ago

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Dublin City Council have published plans to connect Belmayne to Clongriffin by completing the construction of the Main Street.

The plans are available here and submissions can be made until November 19th:

consultation.dublincity.ie/planning/belmayne-main-street-and-belmayne-avenue-dublin-13/
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Dublin City Council have published plans to connect Belmayne to Clongriffin by completing the construction of the Main Street.The plans are available here and submissions can be made until November 19th:https://consultation.dublincity.ie/planning/belmayne-main-street-and-belmayne-avenue-dublin-13/

 

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How on earth is that supposed to connect all the new housing south of Portmarnock to the Malahide road and M32/50?

This is great! Any news on the bus lane over the railway at clongriffin, so buses can get from the coast to the malahide road ? I got the impression that the new Bus Connects system would be a lot more useful if that was completed, as described in the 2000 era plan for the area.

You need to sort out the lights at the roundabout at the end of hole in the wall rd.

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The rate of inspections of private rented sector homes in @Fingalcoco have been well below the national average for many years.

Great to see some progress now - over 2,000 inspections took place in 2018 and these are the targets:

The draft Fingal climate action plan is being discussed at today's Council meeting. This is a summary of what sectors emissions in Fingal come from: #ClimateAction

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