Ten Schools in South Tipperary Approved for Summer Works Scheme – Hayes

South Tipperary T.D. Tom Hayes is pleased to announced funding for Schools in South Tipperary under the Summer Works Scheme today.

“Ten schools in South Tipperary were today approved for funding under the Summer Works Scheme and I welcome this funding, which will enable the school to make important improvements to the buildings,” Tom Hayes T.D. said today.

“In total, across the country, funding of €41.2m under the Summer Works Scheme will go to improve primary and post primary schools around the country and ten schools were successful in South Tipperary,” Tom Hayes continued.

“These funds will allow the schools in question to carry out small and medium scale building works and include projects such as gas, electrical and mechanical works.  These works will be carried out in these schools over the Summer months, when the pupils are on holidays, so the disruption to pupils and to the running of the school is minimised.

“This delivers on our commitment in the Programme for Government to advance shovel-ready projects as quickly as possible and this investment in our schools will create much-needed jobs in the construction sector.

“The schools in South Tipperary which are successful are as follows:

Monard N S, Monard
Thomastown N S, Thomastown
Clochar Na Toirbhirte, Presentation Convent, Carrick-on-Suir
Presentation Primary School, Clonmel
St Joseph’s National School, Ballingarry
Scoil Na Mbraithre, Tipperary
Scoil Mhuire, Newcastle
Comeragh College, Greenside, Carrick-on-Suir
St. Alibe’s School, Rosanna Road, Tipperary Town
Colaiste Dun Iascaigh, Cashel Road, Cahir

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