Colm Brophy is Fine Gael TD representing Dublin South-West. Colm has a long history serving the people of our community and is honoured to have been elected to represent Dublin South West in the 32nd Dáil. Colm is a member of a number of Oireachtas Committees, including: Budgetary Oversight; EU Affairs; Justice and Equality; SO 112 Select Committee of Dáil Éireann; and Housing and Homelessness. Prior to his election to Dáil Éireann, Colm served on South Dublin County Council since 2008.
Colm’s record as a County Councillor proves his commitment to supporting local businesses, in the past he has voted to cut both Commercial Rates. As a T.D one of Colm’s key priorities is to continue his work to make Dublin South-West as appealing to small businesses as possible.
News & Statements
Fine Gael commitment on choice and competition in the bus market gets the ‘go ahead’ – Brophy
Bus and Rail operator ‘Go-Ahead’has been announced as the winner of the tendering competition to operate 10% of Public Service Obligation bus services in Dublin (currently operated by Dublin Bus).
85 new social housing units will help to ease waiting lists in Tallaght - Brophy
Fine Gael TD for Dublin South-West, Colm Brophy, has said that a new rapid delivery social housing project will help to ease housing waiting lists in Tallaght, with 85 new units being provided.
New report important step in tackling housing supply and homelessness – Brophy
Fine Gael TD for Dublin South-West, Colm Brophy, says the new report from the Oireachtas Committee on Housing and Homelessness is an important step in tackling the lack of housing supply and the increasing problem of homelessness. However Deputy Brophy has hit out at committee member Deputy Ruth Coppinger for her decision to walk away and introduce her own minority report.