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Daithí Doolan

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Councillor Daithí Doolan is a member of the James Connolly Cumann in Ballyfermot, Dublin. Daithí was first elected to Dublin City Council in 2004 and represents the Ballyfermot Drimnagh area.

Daithí is a member of a number of committees on Dublin City Council including the Housing Strategic Policy Committee, the Local Joint Policing Committee and the Citywide Joint Policing Committee. Daithí is also the Chair of the Council's Local Community Development Committee, a multi-agency committee responsible for developing and implementing a community development and economic development plan for the city.

In addition to his work on Dublin City Council, Daithí is part of the Ballyfermot Local Drugs Task Force, he is the Sinn Féin rep on Right 2 Water committee and he is on the board of the local community centre in Drimnagh. Daithí’s aim as local elected representative is to help create a sustainable community that is active and that makes decisions that to improve the quality of life for all families living in the area.

Contact details and Clinic Times:

Telephone: 086 3888 152
Email: [email protected]
Constituency office: 347 Ballyfermot Road, D10. 
Monday-Friday 10am-3pm

Clinics every Friday:
10.30am Ballyfermot Resource Centre
1pm Orchard Centre, Cherry Orchard.
2pm Claddagh court community room.

Statements (116)

Sinn Féin demands special meeting of Dublin City Council to discuss O'Devaney Gardens18 November, 2019

Sinn Féin brands comments by Minister Murphy "misleading" - Cllr Daithí Doolan31 October, 2019

Dublin City Council has only one chance to get the redevelopment of O’Devaney Gardens right - Mary Lou McDonald TD4 October, 2019

Sinn Féin launch campaign to take bin services back into public ownership3 October, 2019

Huge problems with O’Devaney Gardens Deal - Cllr Daithí Doolan17 September, 2019

Poolbeg development plan will deliver 900 social and affordable homes18 May, 2017

Minister Coveney's housing proposal is unacceptable for Dublin City-Cllr. Daithí Doolan17 May, 2017

Dublin's homeless figures continue to spiral24 April, 2017

Criminal intimidation will not succeed in stopping progress18 April, 2017

Praise for former Clery's workers21 March, 2017

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