Tipperary County Council
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Co. Tipperary
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Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
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Tidy Towns Grant Scheme 2019

Applications are invited from Tidy Towns/Community Groups, under the above Scheme for projects/work carried out in 2019, which will enhance the appearance of the local area/ village/town.

Burial Ground Maintenance Grant 2019

Burial Ground Committees in Tipperary are invited to apply for Maintenance Grants under the 2019 Scheme. The purpose of the Grant Scheme is to provide funding to Burial Ground Committees who carry out burial ground maintenance works.

The Local Authority would like to acknowledge the excellent work undertaken by these voluntary committees.

Design and Best Practice Guidelines for Cluster Housing Schemes in Rural Villages

Tipperary County Council recognises that many people wish to live in rural areas in our County, and also that in order to thrive, our local villages need people to live in them. For that reason, the County Council has developed best practice guidelines to promote and facilitate the development of cluster housing schemes to meet the needs of rural people.

Register your vote

Check the Draft Register of Electors by 25 November 2018

Winter Maintenance 2018-2019 Salting Routes

The winter maintenance period lasts from mid October to the end of April each year. Tipperary County Council is constantly striving to improve its winter maintenance service; however, neither the local authority nor Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) (formerly the NRA) has a statutory obligation to pre-salt roads.

St Patrick's Cemetery

New cemetery car park and vehicular access off St. Patrick's Road open from Monday 8th October, 2018. Pedestrian access and authorised vehicles only into Cemetery.

The Maintenance of Hedges

During Winter storms, a large number of trees and branches fall on public roads. Owners and occupiers of land adjoining roads are requested to inspect trees and hedges on their property and ensure that they do not pose a danger to road users.

Structures at Risk Fund 2018

This fund assists with works to safeguard certain historic structures into the future where, in the opinion of the DCHG, an urgent need has been demonstrated. It aims to reduce the risk of deterioration of Ireland’s architectural heritage while supporting employment for conservation professionals, contractors and specialists.

Call for Proposals 2017 to Approved Housing Bodies- Capital Assistance Scheme

The Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government has announced the availability of funding under the Capital Assistance Scheme “Call for Proposals 2017”.

This funding is available for the delivery, through either the construction or acquisition of housing accommodation to cater for priority groups under the Capital Assistance Scheme (CAS) including:

Winter Maintenance 2017-2018- Salting Routes

The winter maintenance period lasts from mid October to the end of April each year. Tipperary County Council is constantly striving to improve its winter maintenance service; however, neither the local authority nor Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) (formerly the NRA) has a statutory obligation to pre-salt roads.

Tipperary Playground Policy 2017

Tipperary County Council recognises the importance of children as citizens of the county with the right to participate in the civic life of County Tipperary. Central to the rights of children, is the right to play in appropriate and safe surroundings.

MacCarthy Cup at the County Museum-5th Nov

‘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 Museum presents ‘Road to the Rising’

In response to the 100th Anniversary Commemorations of the 1916 Rising, Tipperary County Museum has created an interactive exhibition which outlines important dates in Irish history leading up to the Easter Rising. A timeline of events and stories will assist our visitors to identify and relate with the men of Tipperary and Ireland, who trained and were prepared to fight for Ireland’s freedom.

Controlled Burning of Gorse, Heather, Grass

CONTROLLED BURNING OF GORSE, HEATHER, GRASS

Tourism Strategy

New Tourism Strategy for County Tipperary

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