Cllr. Paul Mulville,  Fingal County Council

Paul first ran in the 2014 local election on three broad themes of accountability, representation and community.

Paul’s electoral area includes Portrane, Donabate, Rush, Lusk, the Naul, Garristown, Oldtown, Ballyboughal and Balscadden.

Having lived in the local area all his life, one of Paul’s main concerns is the ongoing threat of coastal erosion in Portrane, and the need for the council and state agencies to put in place long term sustainable measures to protect residents, businesses, and Portrane beach – a vital community, tourism and environmental amenity which forms part of the Rogerstown Natura 2000 international site.

As a progressive activist for many years, Paul believes that through collective action it is truly possible to move towards a society and economy organised for the benefit of not just the few, but the many.

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2 weeks ago

Paul Mulville


I’ve received a lot of complaints from people who can’t get through to the Housing Department to discuss their housing applications.

It’s very important for people to stay in contact with the Housing Department if they move address or if their circumstances change, however this means that Council Management must ensure a good service for people who are trying to get in touch.

I’ve taken this matter up with the Department and have received the reply below.


Councillor Paul Mulville

RE: R18\2650
18 December, 2018

Dear Councillor,

I wish to acknowledge receipt of representations dated 29th November and wish to advise:-

The Housing Support Team is contactable via 890 5000 and also directly through to Allocations on 890 5380 or Homeless/Placefinders 890 5090 and via [email protected]

The Team can at time receive a high volume of calls, and this may at times lead to an applicant having a longer wait time by phone than normal.

At present Fingal County Council does not have a phone queuing system in place, and calls to the department can be routed via the main switchboard to the various units within housing.

I hope that this information is of assistance to you.

Administrative Officer
Housing Department
Fingal County Council
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2 weeks ago

Paul Mulville


Glad to see that some repair works will now be carried out on the footpath along the Portrane Road, from the National Schools to Portrane.


Councillor Paul Mulville

RE: R18\2646
19 December, 2018

Dear Councillor,

I refer to your representation regarding the footpath on the Portrane Road and wish to advise that these works are on the list for completion and works will commence in January 19.

Clerical Officer
Balbriggan Swords Operations
Fingal County Council
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3 weeks ago

Paul Mulville


Dear all,

Water outage in Oldtown, Thursday 3rd January 2019 to carry out essential maintenance - Water off until 4pm (approx.).

Area affected:
Beechtree Nursing Home
R129 (between Westpalstown and Ballyboughal)

We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this disruption.
Irish Water is aware of the outage.


Water Services Admin
Fingal County Council
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