“I encourage regular contact with constituents through clinics and local visits. This is an integral part of a public representatives work. If you would like to discuss any issue or arrange a meeting then please call / text me on my mobile 086 8290570 or email me sbrennan@cllr.dlrcoco.ie
My Priorities for Our Community:
  • Transport Congestion: Continue to advocate for increased Luas capacity, better bus services and safe segregated cycle lanes
  • Climate Change: Promote local policies and support local initiatives to safeguard our enviornment
  • Property Tax: Continue to support the 15% reduction in LPT
  • Family Homes: Advocate for a higher mix of family homes in future developments
  • Local Business: Continue to fight for lower rates and charges to encourage local business growth
  • Local Representation: Be available to you to address local issues and concern

 

Councillor Shay Brennan

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2018 DLR Grant Allocations

DLR County Council have just approved €529,305 of grants to 334 community organisations across the county - The full list by organisation and amount is available for download here: Grants Approved RD 1 2018    

Council Budget 2017

I was proud to play my part on the team that negotiated the 2017 budget for the County.  We have delivered a budget that will provide for a €5m increase in services while maintaining the reduction of the maximum 15% allowable to the basic rate of Local Property Tax....

Does Anybody Want a More Efficient Council?

Next Monday’s scheduled meeting of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has several important pieces of business on the agenda. In addition to the normal Councillor submitted motions, we will have the opportunity to discuss our ABP submission on the proposed...

Irish Water Needs Professional Help

At tomorrow night's meeting of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council I will support a motion put forward by the Green Party to call for referendum to constitutionally prohibit the privatisation of Irish Water. The Irish Water issue has exercised most of the population...