Eoghain Murphy

Since settling in Marylebone 15 years ago, Eoghain Murphy has immersed himself in local life, developing a deep affection for the area and its communities.  Whilst holding down a demanding job in the City, he is an active member of the Marylebone Association, the Marylebone Forum and the St Marylebone Society, and is a founder member of a local soup kitchen.  A keen baritone, he enjoys the many local opportunities for choral singing. 
 
Eoghain is keen to work with local residents and businesses to preserve and improve the quality of life for all and to ensure Westminster City Council continues to provide excellent services while maintaining a low council tax.  

Eoghain has strong interests in place-shaping and economic opportunity.  He is committed to working to improve Marylebone’s air quality and to maintain its safe and clean streets.
 
Eoghain was elected to Westminster City Council in May 2018.

Telephone: 020 7730 8181

Email: bryanstondorset@westminsterconservatives.com

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