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Cllr Philip Lynam is a Sinn Féin councillor for Swords. He is a member of the Wilson/Coleman Cumann. Phil would like to see his local community thriving with employment for all, proper social housing for those in need, with a large decrease in the housing list with an end to families becoming homeless. He would also like to see an increase in spending for tourism around the Swords castle and many other historical sites in North County Dublin, more community based projects for the youth in our communities so they have a choice. An increase in Gardaí on the streets to tackle anti-social behaviour, burglaries and crime. A fairer rates system to attract small and medium local employment and to incentivise businesses also. More schools to accommodate families so they do not have to split their children due to overcrowding which has led to a divide in catchment areas. 

Contact details and clinic times:

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0851259902

Clinic times

Tuesday Mornings 11-12 noon Rivervalley Community Centre – Contact for Appointments.

Monday mornings 11-12 noon B.A.S.E. Resourse Centre Brackenstown Swords.


Statements (11)

Cllr Lynam has motion passed on homelessness16 September, 2015

Planning permission for Men’s shed in Swords welcome- Cllr Lynam26 May, 2015

Water motion finally passed at Fingal County Council meeting- Cllr Phil Lynam12 May, 2015

Cllr Lynam urges Sinn Féin members in Swords to mobilise for Day of Action on Water7 May, 2015

Cllr Lynam seeks support of Local Councillors to abolish Irish water.13 April, 2015

Cllr Lynam wins support for motion on Aer Lingus in North Dublin10 April, 2015

Cllr Lynam seeks to challenge Dublin Bus on service provision in North Dublin10 April, 2015

'Fingal Sinn Féin breaking ground in rural Ireland and North County Dublin4 March, 2015

Everyone has a right to a place to call home- Cllr Phil Lynam19 February, 2015

Quick response on Glasmore Park, Fingal welcome- Cllr Phil Lynam10 February, 2015

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