Billy Flynn is a Chartered Environmental Scientist and Ecologist from Clones, Co. Monaghan. He was educated in London, Madrid and Dublin. He works in the area of environmental consultancy. He was manager of the National Environmental Education Centre from 1999 until 2006 and assistant lecturer in ecology and biology at the Dublin Institute of Technology. He has over 20 years of experience in environmental science and engineering.
He has been a Tidy Towns Adjudicator since 2007. He is the author of the Tidy Towns Guidelines for Wildlife, Habitats and Natural Amenities, Waterways and Biodiversity, and co-author of the Tidy Towns Adjudicator Guidelines, the Tidy Towns Handbook and Heritage and Habitats in Your Locality.
He is a Director of the Irish Wildlife Trust and a former Director of Voluntary Service International and the Irish Environmental Network. He has worked on some of the largest infrastructure projects in Ireland including roads, rail and Flood Relief Schemes but particularly loves Greenway projects. He has worked on all of Co. Monaghan’s Greenway projects, including the Ballybay to Castleblayney Greenway along the former Great Northern Railway routes.
For further information, please visit https://www.flynnfurney.com