Cllr. Deirdre Conroy

County Councillor on Dublin City Council.

Meet Deirdre

Deirdre is a Fianna Fáil councillor and a member of Dublin City Council.

Deirdre decided to run for election in 2019, to use her professional skills to aid others. As an opinion writer in the Irish Independent, her ideas on housing and dealing with homelessness were regularly published. But she decided that being a Councillor would have more input. On 23 January 2019 the NTA Bus Corridors became a major issue in her area and all over Dublin, she has produced reports for all areas adversely impacted. She is a self-employed architectural historian, specialising in protected structure planning and she became a practicing barrister in 2016. As a mother of two grown up sons, she is well aware of dealing with parental, childcare and education issues.

UCD BA English, History of Art and Architecture (1st Hons)
UCD MA Palladian Architecture
UCD Masters in Urban and Building Conservation
King’s Inns Dip. Legal Studies
King’s Inns Barrister at Law Degree

Board Member Planning, Environmental, Local Government Bar Association
Board Member Drugs and Alcohol Taskforce – Dublin 12
Board Member Royal Irish Academy of Music
Board Member Hugh Lane Gallery
Board Member Little Museum of Dublin

Get in touch with Deirdre

For any issues, contact Deirdre by email or telephone.

Office:

Richard O’Carroll Room
City Hall
Dame Street
Dublin 2

Email: office@deirdreconroy.com
Phone: 086 280 5413