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Eoin Ó Broin - Spokesperson on Housing, Planning & Local Government and Waste Management policy

Eoin Ó Broin was a Councillor for the Clondalkin/Newcastle/Rathcoole area having been co-opted in 2013 and topping the poll in 2014.

Born in Dublin Eoin has been a Sinn Féin activist for 20 years. He was elected to Belfast City Council from 2001 to 2004 and was the party’s Director of European Affairs from 2004 to 2007.

His priorities are:

  • Public and private investment in job creation across Dublin Mid-West
  • Investment in social housing, greater regulation of the private rented market and government support for those in mortgage distress
  • Fair tax reform to help hard pressed working families while generating sufficient revenue to invest in jobs, health, education, childcare and community services.

Eoin believes that the only real recovery is a fair recovery that benefits all.

Statements (402)

Government admits their homeless policies are failing – Ó Broin20 November, 2017

Taoiseach's deliberately incorrect comments lead to a bad week for the public debate on homelessness - Eoin Ó Broin TD15 November, 2017

Government must invest in supply of affordable rental & purchase homes – Ó Broin14 November, 2017

Rent pressure zone legislation ‘failing miserably’ – Ó Broin14 November, 2017

Is the Department of Housing ‘cooking the books’ on vacant Council homes? – Ó Broin13 November, 2017

Varadkar must retract his ill informed comments on homelessness - Eoin Ó Broin TD13 November, 2017

Government must protect tenants from landlords who abuse notices to quit – Ó Broin9 November, 2017

Sinn Féin motion on standards in the private rented sector passed by the Dáil - Eoin Ó Broin TD9 November, 2017

Taoiseach stumped when questioned on affordable housing - Eoin Ó Broin TD8 November, 2017

Sinn Féin PMB an opportunity for all parties to unite and stand up for tenants - Eoin Ó Broin TD7 November, 2017

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