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Eoin Ó Broin TD


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Eoin Ó Broin - Spokesperson on Housing

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 (758)

Short-term letting platform regulation call by Eoghan Murphy an 'astonishing U-turn' - Eoin Ó Broin23 April, 2020

Construction workers health and safety must be paramount on re opened social housing sites - Eoin Ó Broin TD22 April, 2020

Rents have increased by more than 4% in every county in the state - Eoin Ó Broin22 April, 2020

Fianna Fáil's long-term leasing proposal 'the height of economic stupidity' - Eoin Ó Broin19 April, 2020

Government must do more to ensure access to safe and secure emergency accommodation and day services - Eoin Ó Broin TD15 April, 2020

Fine Gael “policy test” list for government fails to reference the housing crisis - Eoin Ó Broin14 April, 2020

Murphy ignores calls for cross party cooperation on looming rent arrears debt burden - Eoin Ó Broin TD14 April, 2020

Process required to address rent arrears debt burden - Eoin Ó Broin10 April, 2020

Minister urged to adopt SAFE Ireland rent supplement proposal on domestic violence- Eoin Ó Broin TD8 April, 2020

Greater urgency needed to reduce Covid 19 risk in Direct Provision centres - Eoin Ó Broin TD7 April, 2020

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