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Eoin Ó Broin - Spokesperson on Housing

Eoin Ó Broin is a Sinn Féin TD for Dublin Mid West and the party’s spokesperson for Housing, Local Government and Heritage. He has been a Sinn Féin activist for 22 years in Belfast and Dublin, was elected to Belfast City Council between 2001 and 2004 and was a member of South Dublin County Council between 2013 and 2016 when he was elected to the Dáil.

Tackling the housing and homelessness crisis is the top priority for Eoin and his has been the party spokesperson on the issue since 2016. He has been active on this issue both within the Dáil on the Oireachtas Housing Committee and within civil society and his participation in the Raise the Roof campaign.

Eoin is the is author of a number of books including HOME: why public housing is the answer (Merrion Press 2019) and Defects: living with the legacy of the Celtic Tiger (Merrion Press 2021).

Eoin lives in Clondalkin Village with his partner Senator Lynn Boylan.

Statements (945)

Weak construction industry register bill needs significant amendment - Eoin Ó Broin TD20 January, 2022

Sinn Féin Bill to ensure rogue builders don’t get planning permission - Eoin Ó Broin TD20 January, 2022

Government has no plan to halt rising housing prices - Eoin Ó Broin TD19 January, 2022

Government must tackle rising house prices and deliver genuinely affordable homes - Eoin Ó Broin TD14 January, 2022

Rise in number of people experiencing homelessness in Dublin a big concern - Eoin Ó Broin TD13 January, 2022

Minister O’Brien delivers just 5% of affordable rental homes promised for 2021 - Eoin Ó Broin TD30 December, 2021

Ban on rent increases only way to halt rising rents - Eoin Ó Broin TD17 December, 2021

Affordable Housing Regulations delayed again- Eoin Ó Broin TD17 December, 2021

Government has lost control of house prices- Eoin Ó Broin TD15 December, 2021

Government failing to tackle scourge of vacant homes - Eoin Ó Broin TD14 December, 2021

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