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I am an engineer by training and live and work in Limerick City Centre. I am the Green Party’s Spokesperson for Transport, Climate Action and Environment. I’m proud to come from Limerick; there’s nowhere else I would rather live. I am very excited about our city’s future and believe it has great untapped potential. I am working towards developing our city so that it becomes a healthy and happy city for all who live in it.

 

I am a graduate of the University of Limerick and I also hold a master's degree in Renewable Energy Systems Technology. In February 2020, I was elected to Dáil Éireann and became the first Green Party TD to represent Limerick City. I chair the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment and Climate Action. Prior to my election to the Dáil, I was a Green Party councillor representing Limerick North City on Limerick City and County Council.

Our Mission

June 7th - An Election That Matters

Limerick will be the first county in Ireland where the Mayor is directly elected by the people. But it won’t be a Mayor in the traditional sense. This new office of “directly elected mayor” will be much more than an ambassador for our county.

 

He or she will have significant influence over the direction that Limerick - and the Midwest Region - takes in the years and decades ahead. Let me tell how, if elected, I will use the office of mayor to have a transformative impact on our city and county and the environment and economy that shapes our quality of life in Limerick.

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My Priorities

1. Housing

To plan for and deliver new housing, across city and county, exceeding Government targets, because we must plan for Limerick as a fast-growing European city-region.

2. Strong Towns & Safe Streets

To make our towns and streets attractive places to live, to shop and to visit by tackling vacancy and dereliction, anti-social behaviour and by investing in maintenance and public realm.

3. Active Citizenship & Community

To support a vibrant arts scene, our sports clubs and our voluntary organisations, and to empower and strengthen the Public Participation Network.

4. Transport Infrastructure

To make our roads easier and safer to navigate for motorists, cyclists, public transport users, wheelchair users and walkers alike. To build a new suburban rail network, deliver key road projects, implement BusConnects, expand and improve walking and cycling infrastructure, and pursue an “every village, every hour” level of bus service.

5. Rural Regeneration

To work with our rural communities to safeguard family farms, protect our natural environment and invest in sustainable tourism.

More information coming soon. 

My Priorities

In Person

By appointment at one of my constituency wide clinics

Online

Contact Brian via the Contact Form

Over the Phone

Please Call our Office

061 609387

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