Ciarán Cuffe is a Dublin City Councillor for the North Inner City and chairs Dublin City Council’s Transport Committee. He lives in Stoneybatter with his family.
Ciarán teaches Urban Regeneration and Development at the Dublin Institute of Technology and chairs the Institute’s Green Campus Committee. He holds degrees in architecture and Urban Planning from University College Dublin, and has studied urban conservation and re-use at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia, Italy. He has served as Minister of State with responsibility for climate change, planning and sustainable transport and travel.
He has campaigned for many years for a vibrant city as a Dubliner, Councillor, and Minister for Planning. He set up the Love Moore Street group. He has worked with Dublin City Council to provide a site for the Gaelscoil Choláiste Mhuire primary school on Dominick Street. He has served as a Green Party TD and Junior Minister and changed our planning laws to put people first and stop developer-led rezoning.
He is a member of the Dublin Cycling Campaign and Amnesty International.
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