Kilmainham Inchicore Network is a unique community network
The Network meets monthly and works with the local community to facilitate engagement in the area.
KIN was originated by Dublin City Council, and as such operates a close working relationship with the Council.
Over the last five years, KIN has comprised representatives from local neighbourhoods, community organisations, statutory bodies, some local businesses, along with the DCC Local Area Manager and local elected Councillors. As needs arise subcommittees are formed to deal with various planning and programming issues.
What we are about
INCHICORE REGENERATION CONSULTATIVE FORUM
is the Independent Chairperson of the Network and acts as a link between the community and Dublin City Council. As a former General Secretary of one of Ireland’s largest trade unions, Eamon is a strong community and political activist.
has been Programme Manager of KIN since its inception, acting as a liaison between the local community and Dublin City Council. She has a keen interest in community development and regeneration, holding a research, business, and crafts background. Aoife lives in Inchicore.
is assistant to the Project Manager.
Michelle is responsible for KIN social media and administrative tasks.