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Brian Stanely

Constituency office: 05786 62851
Dáil office: 01 618 3987

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Brian Stanley - Spokesperson on Communications, Climate Change & Natural Resources

Brian Stanley is the Sinn Féin TD for Laois/Offaly.  As a Councillor he has served as Vice Chairperson of the County Council and for five years was chairperson of the councils Strategic Policy Committee for housing, social and cultural affairs.

As a public representative his is active on many issues including; job creation, planning, roads & infrastructure, housing, education, sport and recreational facilities and the environment.

Brian has been involved in various campaigns on a wide range of social, economic, environmental and national issues. He maintains direct involvement in the ongoing campaign for Irish independence and all Ireland integration. 

Constituency Office, 5 Church Street, Portlaoise, Laoise. Telephone: 05786 62851

Clinic Times: Last Saturday of every month: Graiguecullen Swimming Pool 9.30am; Durrow, Presentation Centre, 11.30am; Rathdowney, O’Malleys Pub (upstairs), 12.30pm; Mountrath, Tom Delaney’s Lounge (Main street), 2pm; Mountmellick Town Hall 3pm; Portarlington Community Centre 4.30pm; Monasterevin Parish Centre (beside Chapel), Drogheda Street 5.30pm.

Oireachtas office:

Brian Stanley TD, Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Telephone: 01 618 3987 Email: [email protected]

Statements (419)

Wind Turbine Regulation Bill seeks to protect local communities – Brian Stanley TD21 September, 2017

Eir price hikes hit long term customers – Brian Stanley TD21 September, 2017

Brian Stanley TD to bring forward Bill to regulate Wind Turbines20 September, 2017

Sinn Féin Bill seeks to put local communities at the heart of wind farm development – Brian Stanley TD15 September, 2017

Chinese recycling ban places greater obligations on Government and manufacturers to act – Stanley16 August, 2017

Bulk Gas consumers need CER protection – Stanley10 August, 2017

Broadband speeds reflect Government failure to address need for investment in rural communities – Brian Stanley TD8 August, 2017

Stark contrast between RTÉ salaries and calls to increase licence fee – Stanley1 August, 2017

Ireland ‘not at the races’ when it comes to climate change – Stanley26 July, 2017

National Mitigation Plan ‘welcome, but limited’ – Stanley19 July, 2017

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