Public Urged To Have Their Say On Cahir Town Centre Urban Design Strategy – Martin Lonergan

Independent County Councillor for the Clonmel Borough District, Martin Lonergan is urging every section of the Cahir Town Community to have their say on the proposed Cahir Town Centre Urban Design Strategy. Commenting on the call Cllr. Lonergan said, “Town Centres are going through transformational change and Cahir is at a cross roads. It can either […]

Tipperary On Track To Achieve 33% Energy Reduction Target By 2020

Tipperary County Council has signed up to an energy partnership with the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) to adopt cost saving and efficiency measures to ensure its energy consumption is reduced in line with the 2020 public sector energy efficiency target of 33%. The partnership programme helps public bodies to save money, improve the […]

Irish Water Making Progress In Removing Tipperary Water Supplies From EPA’s Remedial Action List

Irish Water has made significant progress in addressing issues at Tipperary’s water supply schemes which are on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Remedial Action List (RAL). The Remedial Action List is updated quarterly by the EPA. Irish Water has a prioritised programme of investment for all schemes on the list and the current updated RAL which […]

Tipperary County Council Housing Policy in need of urgent and radical reform,” Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said that Local Authorities nationwide, including Tipperary County Council, have completely lost their way in terms of the provision of social or affordable housing. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the latest Report from the National Oversight and Audit Commission (NOAC) concluded that Local Authorities may be deliberately leaving properties vacant […]

Tipperary – The Place, The Time To Target Indigenous and FDI Jobs

Tipperary’s coming of age as a single county will see it wipe away 180 years of division as it embarks today on its first ever campaign to promote the entire county for inward investment. The ‘TIPPERARY – THE PLACE, THE TIME’ campaign is the latest advancement by the county following the amalgamation of its two […]

Cashel to become Ireland’s first Zero Waste Town #zerowastecashel

  The heritage town of Cashel in County Tipperary is moving towards a cleaner, greener future as it begins the process to become Ireland’s first Zero Waste town. “Towards Zero Waste Cashel” is an 18-month pilot initiative which promotes reducing waste and repairing and repurposing items, and was officially launched on Thursday 2nd March at […]

Theatre And Treats Showcase With Fracture Youth Theatre In Thurles

Celebrating eighteen years at the heart of the Thurles community, Fracture Youth Theatre invites you to their upcoming showcase on Saturday the 18th of February. An evening of Theatre and Treats for all the family,  there will be performances from past members and current members with the token trip down memory lane and some stories, experiences and short performances from past productions. The showcase is part […]

Morris welcomes €9.57 Million funding for Tipperary County Council to construct 60 homes

I would like to welcome the 9.57 million euros which has been announced to be used for a number of social house construction projects in Tipperary . I am particularly pleased that 1,436,935 euros has been dedicated to constructing 9 social housing units of various sizes in Mulkear View in Newport. Mulkear View has plenty […]

Funding for Ardfinnan Bridge, Latteragh Upgrade, Old Bridge Carrick on Suir and Clonbeg and Newcastle bridges announced – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has welcomed the funding allocation of €800,000 for Ardfinnan Bridge and a further €330,000 for the R498 Latteragh Upgrade. Deputy McGrath was speaking after Minister Shane Ross confirmed to him that Tipperary County Council is set to receive a total allocation of €18,460,304 for the  restoration and maintenance of Regional and […]

Tipp Local Authority, NAMA and Housing Agency at odds over Social Housing offers – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said that urgent clarification is required following confirmation that many of the reasons cited by Tipperary County Council (TCC) as to why it rejected 148 properties offered to it by NAMA for social housing could have been remedied without any cost to the Local Authority. Deputy McGrath was speaking after […]

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