Cormac is available to meet constituents (by appointment only) either at his weekly advice clinic in McCormack's Pub, Mounttown (in the private side lounge) alongside Councillor Justin Moylan or on the last Saturday of every month in Brady's Public House, Shankill with Councillor Michael Clark. Please note that advice clinic's are not held on Bank Holiday weekends or during the month of August.
To book appointment call Cormac's office on +353 1 275 0786 or click here to request a time. Cormac on occasion meets constituents outside of the above times hence the venues listed below that he meets constituents in. While Cormac is not a Peace Commissioner or Notary Public, if you contact his office, we will be able to assist you.
All of the above are strictly held by appointment only and can be arranged by contacting his office on (01) 275 0786 or by clicking here.
Cormac assists with a wide range of queries and he is available to give advice, witness documents or offer advice on a query that you, your family, a community, residents' group, management company or sports club may have i.e. housing and Council related queries, medical cards, Government Departmental queries / forms, passports, HSE, etc.
Only copy documents (never originals, unless required) will be accepted by Cormac so please bring copy documents, if possible please.
If your query is related to planning or a particular site, it should be noted that Cormac is a Designated Public Official and certain discussions about particular lands/planning proposals may be considered lobbying under the Lobbying Act 2015. Prior to your appointment, you should familiarise yourself with your obligations under the Act and take this quick 3 step test.
Finally, Cormac is unable to provide any character references or letters of support for any individual facing trial, conviction or sentencing.