Welcome

My name is Kieran Binchy and I am the Fine Gael candidate in the new enlarged Pembroke - South Dock Area for the May 2014 local elections. I have been the Fine Gael Councillor for the South East Inner City electoral area since 2011.

The new combined electoral area covers from the Liffey to Merrion Gates, from Portobello and Christchurch to Dublin Bay. I will continue to work with passion, commitment and energy for the residents of the South East Inner City; I also look forward to working with the residents of Dublin 4 and Milltown in the new area.

If you have any queries, concerns or issues you would like to raise with me, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards,

Cllr. Kieran Binchy

Molesworth Street Closure – Luas Works – November 2014

To facilitate works required for the Luas Cross City Utilities contract on Dawson Street and Molesworth Street it will be necessary to change traffic movements in the area. For a period of 4 weeks from 3rd November, Molesworth Street between its junctions with Dawson Street and South Frederick Street will be closed to traffic. To facilitate access to Molesworth Street […]

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

I am honoured and delighted to have been elected to represent the people of Pembroke South Dock on Friday the 23rd of May as a Fine Gael Councillor. I would like to thank all of those who helped and supported me throughout the long and busy campaign, and of course my sincerest thanks to those who voted for me.   […]

VIDEO: Interview with Councillor Kieran Binchy, candidate for Pembroke South Dock

Councillor Kieran Binchy (Fine Gael) answers questions about his policies, his vision for Dublin, his background – and explains why you should vote Binchy No 1 for Pembroke South Dock in the Dublin City Council elections on Friday, May 23.  

Councillor Kieran Binchy welcomes approval of Docklands Strategic Development Zone.

Councillor Kieran Binchy has hailed An Bord Pleanála’s decision to approve the North Lotts and Grand Canal Dock Planning Scheme as ‘a welcome boost for Dublin’. This approval will facilitate fast-track planning for the Docklands Strategic Development Zone (SDZ), accelerating the social and economic regeneration of the Docklands.

Councillor Kieran Binchy – working to make Milltown a better place for you

Kieran Binchy has been a Fine Gael Councillor since 2011. He has worked with Dublin 6 residents on a range of issues such as traffic calming, tackling dereliction and protecting street trees. With the new electoral boundaries, he hopes that the residents of Milltown will support his work  by voting Binchy No 1 for Pembroke South Dock in the Dublin […]

Kieran Binchy – working to make Docklands a better place for you

Councillor Kieran Binchy lives in Windmill Lane in Dublin 2. He has consistently worked for better and smarter urban living, with compact communities and good public transport and bicycle infrastructure.

Kieran Binchy – working to make Portobello a better place for you

Councillor Kieran Binchy has represented Portobello for the last three years. He has consistently worked to make it a better place for residents, supporting traffic calming, sensible planning and good cycling infrastructure.

Kieran Binchy – working to make Donnybrook a better place for you

Kieran Binchy has been a Councillor since 2011. He has worked with Dublin 4 residents on a range of issues such as traffic calming, tackling dereliction and protecting street trees. With the new electoral boundaries, he hopes that the residents of Donnybrook will support his work.

Kieran Binchy – working to make Ringsend and Irishtown a better place for you

Councillor Kieran Binchy has represented Ringsend and Irishtown for the last three years. He has consistently worked for the area, maintaining a visible presence with his clinic in the Community Centre, and working with the local community for a better future for the village.

Kieran Binchy – working to make Ballsbridge and Lansdowne a better place for you

Since 2011 Councillor Kieran Binchy has represented the Lansdowne area on Dublin City Council, and worked with Dublin 4 residents on a range of issues such as traffic calming, tackling dereliction and protecting street trees. With the new electoral boundaries, he hopes that the residents of Ballsbridge will also support his work.