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Philip McGuigan MLA


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Philip McGuigan is the party spokesperson on the Environment and Climate action and MLA for the Constituency of North Antrim.

He is currently the vice chair of the Assembly’s Agriculture, Environment & Rural Affairs committee and also sits on the Assembly’s Finance Committee. 

Philip is originally from Swatragh but has lived in Dunloy, County Antrim for over 20 years. 

Philip is a GAA enthusiast and is a member of his local Dunloy GAA club. He has 2 All Ireland Hogan Cup medals and various Ulster medals from his playing days with St. Pat’s Maghera as well as a County minor title with Swatragh. 

He is a keen cyclist and runner. Philip has 4 children and one grandchild. 

He was first elected to Ballymoney Council in 2001 and the Assembly in 2003. He was also elected to Causeway Coast & Glens Council before re-entering the Assembly in 2016. 

Name: Philip McGuigan
Constituency: North Antrim
Portfolio: Spokesperson on the Environment and Climate Action
Stormont Committees:  AERA & Finance

Twitter account : @mcguigan_philip
Facebook account: McGuigan 

Contact details

Constituency Office:
12 Main Street, Dunloy, BT44 9AA 
Tel: 02827657198 

Email: [email protected] 

Assembly Office:

Room 330 Parliament Buildings, Ballymiscaw, Stormont

Belfast BT4 3XX

Statements (96)

McGuigan calls for demilitarisation of Irish waters13 July, 2021

‘Workers should not have been removed from Larne Port’ – McGuigan9 July, 2021

ew report reinforces need for climate act - McGuigan16 June, 2021

Poots comments 'disgraceful’ - McGuigan3 June, 2021

McGuigan sends condolences after death of motorcyclist3 June, 2021

Young people key in climate debate - McGuigan27 May, 2021

McGuigan condemns desecration of graves25 May, 2021

Legislation needed to improve opportunities and safety for walkers and cyclists – McGuigan24 May, 2021

‘Public can help shape crucial climate change act’ – McGuigan20 May, 2021

Climate Bill a huge opportunity – McGuigan10 May, 2021

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