Cllr. in South Dublin County Council for Greenhills,Templeogue-Terenure

Dermot has a degree in Social Science (Social Policy and Politics with Sociology) from UCD and a Higher Diploma in Primary Education from Hibernia College.

Dermot has been a councillor since 2009 and joined the SocDems in June 2017. He is from Greenhills, Dublin 12 and works as a primary school teacher in St Dominic’s National School, Tallaght.

Dermot is a patron member of St Patrick’s Athletic FC and a qualified football coach.

“The Social Democrats are an exciting new force on the left in Irish politics. I have been enthused by the energy and activism of their members in challenging the status quo and standing for a fairer, more decent society.”

“The Social Democrats are an exciting new force on the left in Irish politics. I have been enthused by the energy and activism of their members in challenging the status quo and standing for a fairer, more decent society.”

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2 days ago

Cllr Dermot Looney

Do you know people who has limited English but should be able to vote? Check out this link which has information in all the main languages of Ireland. http://www.fingalcoco.ie/your-council/voting-and-elections/information-on-voting-and-elections/ www.immigrantcouncil.ie/vote All residents in Ireland, Irish, EU and non EU are eligible to vote in #le19 and all European citizens are eligible to vote in #EU19 but you need to register first. So check out the link and download the RFA3, complete and get Garda signature and return to Fingal Council Head Office, Swords ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Cllr Dermot Looney

Good news following Carly’s work with local residents. SDCC have agreed to reinstate the bin service at Limekiln Ave bus terminus this coming week.

DermotPleased to let people know that the online petition I started to reinstate the public bin at Limekiln Ave Bus Terminus has been successful. South Dublin Co Co has let us know that they received our petition and because of public concern they will install a bin again shortly. Thanks to everyone who signed and supported! #CommunityMatters
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Good news following Carly’s work with local residents. SDCC have agreed to reinstate the bin service at Limekiln Ave bus terminus this coming week.Dermot

6 days ago

Cllr Dermot Looney

Why not be a part of Unwrapped 2018, by taking part in a lantern making workshop this Saturday! Throughout November, workshops will take place every Saturday at Rua Red. The workshops are suitable for all ages. Come along and have a go! Book here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/unwrapped-2018-lantern-making-workshop-tickets-50962818161 … ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Cllr Dermot Looney

******The next LPF Public meeting on Community Safety will take place on the 27th November in St.Agnes Parish Hall. Please come along if you there are safety issues in your Community you would like to highlight... ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Cllr Dermot Looney

Cherrytree Walkinstown
Hello from the Cherrytree in Walkinstown and we hope you have had a good year. Walkinstown is certainly a busier place of late and it’s great to be part of it. We are Celebrating 20 years at the cherrytree and will be putting an Extra Tall Tree this year. We will be lighting it on Friday Nov 30 th about 5:30pm. We will have a small Christmas Village , with local handmade goods, A Choir and The Now famous Walkeleles will be on hand. SuperValu Walkinstown are Coming with their famous Super Valu sausages. There will be Mulled wine and hot chocolate And a visit from the Mayor. A countdown at 5:59 and lightning up by a #LocalHero ( https://www.facebook.com/234596210205249/posts/800158273649037/ ) Another famous Gentleman from the North Pole will also be joining us. There will be something for all the family. Regards, And here’s to the next 20 years.
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