Pamela Conroy

Green Party Councillor for Castleknock
a woman, Pamela Conroy, with long brown hair and wearing a black top, stands in front of a white background.

My vision

I want Castleknock, Blanchardstown and Clonsilla to be an accessible, inclusive and safe place for everyone who lives, works and visits there.

What I stand for

I stand for equality, inclusion and community.

My priorities

  • Improving accessibility and inclusion in the built environment and public spaces.
  • Improving the provision and safety of local active travel infrastructure so that leaving your car at home is a viable option.
  • Helping to bring communities together and assisting them with improving where they live.
  • Providing clean and safe streets and public spaces.

My experience

I am a mother of three who was co-opted onto Fingal County Council in 2020 following the General Election. Castleknock has been my home since moving to Dublin in 2008 and I am an active and committed member of the local community.

I have been an active member of the Scoil Thomáis Parents Association since 2013. I was a member of the Dublin West Together for Yes group and canvassed and campaigned for the ‘Repeal the 8th’ campaign during the 2018 referendum.

I am a founding member of the Playground for Laurel Lodge campaign and the Laurel Lodge Environmental Group (a subgroup of Castleknock Tidy Towns). I am currently on the Board of Management for Scoil Choilm NS and I am member of the DDLETB. I am also the chair of the Fingal Heritage Forum.