The Regulation of Lobbying Act 2015 commenced on 1st September 2015. The purpose of the Act is to provide for a web-based Register of Lobbying to make information available to the public on the identity of those communicating with Designated Public Officials on specific policy, legislative matters or prospective decisions.
Tipperary County Council is pleased to give you a copy of its new Tenant Handbook. As your landlord, Tipperary County Council is taking this opportunity to remind you of the wide range of services available to you as one of our tenants.
The Local Government Reform Act, 2014, established the requirement for each local authority to prepare an Annual Service Delivery Plan identifying the services that it proposes to deliver to the public in the year ahead.
‘The MacCarthy Cup is visiting Tipperary County Museum, Clonmel on Saturday 5th Nov at 2pm – 4.30pm with special guests and workshops, until Fri 11th November (Closed Sunday 6th November). Get your picture taken with the Liam MacCarthy Cup ... 2016 a year never to forget.
Also visit our 1916 ‘Road to the Rising’ and ‘The History of the Hurling Ball, exhibitions.
Tipperary County Council aims to promote and support local festivals that are not solely commercially focused throughout the County, to support and assist those events that have a tourism/cultural/artistic or community focus and which contribute significantly to the quality of life.
Clonmel in August promises to be full of Festival cheer with the return of Festival Cluain Meala from the 5th – 13th August. The town promises to be transformed over nine summer days with bike races, gigs, busking, medieval village, medieval inn trail, culture, family fun day and all focusing on free events.
In May 2019 there will be local elections across Ireland to elect public representatives to City and County Councils. Every resident in Ireland regardless of their nationality can vote in the local elections in May. Also every resident in Ireland regardless of their nationality can run as a candidate in the local elections in May.
Carrick on Suir Municipal District newly refurbished offices
The newly refurbished offices of Carrick on Suir Municipal District will be officially opened on the 28 February 2019 by Councillor Mattie Ryan Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council and Councillor Louise McLoughlin Carrick on Suir Municipal District Cathaoirleach
If you own a vacant house which has been vacant for 12 months or more then Tipperary County Council would like to hear from you.
A number of schemes are currently in place which will assist in the revitalisation and reoccupation of vacant residential properties.
Repair and Leasing Scheme
Notice of Poll - Tipperary County Council Local Elections 2019
A poll for the election of members for the eight (8) Local Electoral Areas of Tipperary will be taken on Friday 24th May 2019 between the hours of 7am and 10pm. The following are particulars of candidates, whose names will appear on the ballot papers for each Local Electoral Area.
Tipperary County Council recently acquired the Clonmel Corporation minute book, 1687 to 1712 and will be on display in Clonmel Public Library in Emmet Street, Clonmel for 2 weeks from Thursday 23rd May. Extracts from the minute book will also be on display at this time, which includes details of a bowling green, and an assassination attempt.
The annual meeting of the newly elected councillors was held today in the Council Chamber, Clonmel. Councillor Michael Murphy was elected as Cathaoirleach and Councillor Seamus Hanafin was elected as Leas Chathaoirleach
Councillor Michael Murphy Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council
Councillor Michael Murphy was elected as the Cathaoirleach of Tipperary County Council for the coming year. Councillor Michael Murphy is pictured with his wife Jess and is honoured to represent the people of Clonmel and Tipperary for his term as Cathaoirleach
Carrigeen Recycling Centre welcomes students from Scoil Mhuire Naingeal Clonmel
98 students from Scoil Mhuire Naingeal Clonmel visited Carrigeen Recycling Centre today 17th June, 2019. They were given a detailed tour of the Recycling Centre and shown a DVD on the whole area of recycling and how landfills operate.
As part of the measures to help address pressures in the private housing rental market, new planning legislative reforms to regulate the short term letting sector - as provided for in the Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 and supplementary regulations made by the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government entitled the Planning and Development Act 2000 (Exempted Development) (N
Local Traveller Accommodation Consultative Committee - Minutes
Local Traveller Accommodation Consultative Committees (LTACC) were set up under the Traveller Accommodation Act, 1998 and meet quarterly or as deemed necessary by the members. Membership consists of representatives from the Travelling community, elected members, council officials and representatives from voluntary and statutory agencies.
Specification and Design of Heating Systems with heat pumps to be held in Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh on Friday, 18th October, 2019
The 1-day seminar aims to enhance the knowledge base of the engineering and architectural sector in Ireland with respect to heat pumps in homes and commercial buildings. Engineers and architects in Ireland have to change their method and type of specifications and designs for heating systems from a predominately high carbon heating systems to low carbon heating systems.
Tipperary County Council provides hundreds of services across Tipperary. Our work affects everyone’s daily life and communities all over the county.
Still, many people know only a limited amount about what we do or how they can engage with and make use of our services.
Here when you need us, and when you don't. Fire and Emergency services are just one of hundreds of services #YourCouncil provides for you. Learn more about your council by clicking on the services tab on the website
Storm Lorenzo - Severe Weather Advisory update 4 October
Tipperary County Council’s Severe Weather Team met this morning to review the position in relation to the overall impact of Storm Lorenzo across County Tipperary. The situation wasn’t as bad as was feared. There were a few incidents of fallen trees but no significant issues reported across the County.
Keeping things clean and tidy. #YourCouncil looks after street cleaning and litter management in the county. If you know of any litter or pollution incidents, report them to us and we then investigate and fine those responsible.
#YourCouncil is involved in promoting sport and fitness and as part of that we run sports and leisure facilities that you and your family can make use of? We run swimming pool facilities in Clonmel, Nenagh and Tipperary Town, also check in with Tipperary Sport Partnership on their facebook and twitter page @TipperarySports for other activities being organised around the County
Tipperary County Council’s Environment Section worked with Clogheen and Cashel Men’s Shed in the making of window boxes, garden furniture and flower planters which will be distributed to a family project in Cashel town and to some schools in the county.
International E-Waste Day returns for a second year on Mon 14th October. WEEE Schemes in over 40 countries worldwide will work collectively to raise awareness about the correct disposal of electrical and electronic equipment to enable reuse and recycling.
#YourCouncil works with communities to keep our county green and clean. Tipperary County Council allocate grants to Tidy Town Committees annually, for further details please log on to the website www.tipperarycoco.ie/grants
#YourCouncil provides recycling and bring centres so you can dispose of your waste responsibly. Get the details of your local centre on our website www.tipperarycoco.ie/environment - waste infrastructure and recycling. October is Ireland’s National Reuse Month, see attached details on how you can Re Use in the home
Maintaining your Hedges protects your Property and your Community from Avoidable Danger
As winter 2019 approaches Tipperary County Council requests owners and occupiers of land adjoining roads to inspect trees and hedges on their property and ensure that they do not pose a danger to road users. Overgrown hedges can impair driver visibility and overhanging branches can cause damage to high sided vehicles such as lorries, ambulances and fire engines.