Neasa Hourigan was elected as the Green Party councillor for Cabra-Glasnevin on 24th May 2019. She is a mother of three and a full time carer for her oldest child. She has a professional background as a specialist in creating sustainable communities and was a university lecturer in environmental development and design. She and her family have lived in Cabra, Dublin 7 for 15 years.
Sat, Aug 31, 2019
Streets Are For People is an event series organised by a number of advocacy groups to take back our streets. The effort is supported by members of the Dublin Central Green Party branch (including Cllr. Neasa Hourigan and Cllr. Janet Horner). We all want our public spaces to be cleaner, healthier and more people-friendly and are willing to take action to make that happen.
Tue, Jun 11, 2019
The Green Party has called on the government to engage with co-housing groups during this weeks' CoHousing Here conference and legislate to support this innovative and collaborative form of community making.
Sat, Jun 8, 2019
The Dublin Agreement 2019-2024 is a five-year agreement entered into between Dublin City Councillors from the Green Party, Fianna Fáil, Labour and the Social Democrats to map out a plan for Dublin City.