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General News

Opening times over Christmas period for Recycling Centres/christmas tree collection & Dog Pound facilities 2018

Please be advised of the opening times for Civic Amenity Sites/Christmas tree collection and Dog pounds over the Christmas and New Year period.

Precautionary Kileen Group Water Scheme Boil Water Notice

BOIL WATER NOTICE ~ Important Information Notice.
Kileen Group Water Scheme. Date: 5th June, 2018

GWS156 Abbeyville GWS Boil Water Notice 12th December Continuing

BOIL WATER NOTICE ~
FOR A MICROBIOLOGICAL INCIDENT.

Continues to be in Place, 12th December, 2018.

Important Information Notice.
Abbeyville Group Water Scheme.
Date Boil Water Notice First Placed on GWS: 18th May, 2018.

LOCAL IMPROVEMENT SCHEME (LIS) 2019 – NON PUBLIC ROADS.

Applications are invited for the Local Improvement Scheme which applies to non-public accommodation roads. Projects must benefit two or more parcels of land owned or occupied by different persons or serve the public.

Community Involvement Schemes (CIS) 2019

Tipperary County Council invites applications for the above scheme from groups of local residents. The scheme will apply to local public roads of the following types – low traffic volume, minor and cul-de-sac.

The Council proposes to allocate grants under the above Scheme on condition that residents pay a financial contribution of 15%.

Adopted Budget 2019

The key objectives of the 2019 Budget are to:

Town Initiative of the Year Award - Cabragh Wetlands Project

Thurles Chamber and Templemore-Thurles Municipal District, Tipperary County Council in conjunction with Thurles Town Centre Forum was successful in winning the "Town Initiatives of the Year" Award for The Cabragh Wetlands Project at the Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Awards.Congratulations to The Cabragh Wetlands Trust who undertake invaluable work in a volunteering capacity in the areas o

Santa Claus is coming to Clonmel Town

Santa is coming to Clonmel Town on this Saturday 1st December 2018. See poster for more details.

Clonmel - Free Christmas Parking in Council Carparks 2018

Please see our feature poster for details of Council Carparks in Clonmel that are included in the free Carparking arrangements for the Christmas period (5 Saturdays) in December.

Electoral rights of migrants in Ireland

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.

Clonmel North Reservoir at Giantsgrave

Construction in progress on new 4000cu.metre (almost 1 million gallon) Clonmel North Reservoir at Giantsgrave. Being built By John Craddock, for Irish Water in association with Tipperary County Council

Notice of Poll- Presidential Election 2018

The Poll at the election will be taken on Friday 26 October 2018, between the hours of 7.00 a.m. and 10.00 p.m.
The names, addresses and other particulars of the candidates as described in their respective nomination papers are as follows:

CASEY PETER JOSEPH CASEY, of Edgewater House, Carrowhugh, Greencastle,
Co. Donegal, F93 A2P3,
Businessman.

Public Notice- Enhancement Works- Lowergate Square, Cashel, Co. Tipperary

PUBLIC NOTICE
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 2000, AS AMENDED
ARTICLE 81 OF PART 8 OF THE PLANNING &
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS 2001, AS AMENDED.

Public Realm Enhancement at LOWERGATE SQUARE, CASHEL (including one way traffic flow John Street (part of) & William Street)

Public Notice- Enhancement Works at the Market Yard, Tipperary Town

PUBLIC NOTICE
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 2000, AS AMENDED
ARTICLE 81 OF PART 8 OF THE PLANNING &
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS 2001, AS AMENDED.

Public Realm Enhancement at the MARKET YARD, TIPPERARY TOWN

Invitation for Quotations for the provision of Festival Support Services

The Tipperary Arts Office is inviting Quotations for the Provision of Festival Support Services.

The closing date and time are as follows: 12 noon 19th July 2018. Please refer to Quotation Documents 1A & 1B attached for further information.

Motorcyclists Urged to Bike Safe This Summer

171 motorcyclists have been killed and 629 seriously injured since 2010
• Summer is high risk for motorcyclists, especially Saturday and Sunday
• Approved PPE, high visibility clothing and ’ease off the throttle’
• Drivers need to look and look again for motorcyclists

National Slow Down Day

An Garda Síochána will conduct a national speed enforcement operation "Slow Down", supported by the Road Safety Authority and other stakeholders for a 24 hour period from 07.00 hrs on Friday 25th May to 07.00 hrs on Saturday 26th May 2018.

Planning Application Register Reference number 17600888

TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL
PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT ACTS 2000 (as amended)
EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (PUBLIC PARTICIPATION) REGULATIONS 2010

Planning Application Register Reference number 17600888

Household Hazardous Waste - FREE DROP OFF EVENT

Tipperary Householders Encouraged to Dispose of Hazardous Waste Safely and for Free.

Public Lighting Policy 14th May 2018

Public Lighting is a highly valued and visible asset with the potential to make a significant contribution to the wider community in terms of accessibility, road safety and the fostering of commercial activity.

Local Agenda 21 Environmental Partnership Fund 2018

Do you have a project or initiative that could help to increase awareness of environmental issues locally, or that could help your community to become more sustainable?

Local Authority Pollinator Award Newsletter 2018

The Local Authority Pollinator Award aims to encourage TidyTowns groups to implement pollinator-friendly actions in their towns and villages as part of the TidyTowns competition. Irish bees, crucial in the pollination of our plants, trees and vegetables, are in decline.

Clonmel Swimming Pool

Dear all,

At a meeting of the Tipperary County Council Severe Weather Team, it was decided to close Clonmel Swimming Pool on Thursday, 01 March and Friday, 02 March 2018 due to the forecast severe weather event.

Please note that a decision will be made on Friday, 02 March as to whether this closure will or will not be extended beyond that date.

Notice of Transboundary Environmental Public Consultation

Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Plant,
Bridgwater, Somerset, United Kingdom

Why is this consultation being undertaken?

Retail Symposium

County Tipperary Retail Symposium

Ballykisteen Hotel,
Limerick Junction,
Tipperary

Wednesday 7th March 2018 from 1.30pm to 6.00pm

Contributions to Residents Associations Grant- Templemore-Thurles MD

The Templemore-Thurles Municipal District invites applications from the Residents Groups in the District who may be eligible to be considered for a grant under the following scheme.

Contributions to Sporting Clubs Grant- Templemore- Thurles MD

The Templemore-Thurles Municipal District invites applications from Sporting Groups in the District who may be eligible to be considered for a grant under the following scheme.

Queries relating to Horses

To assist you with your enquiry in relations to horses please contact the following
To report horses in public places contact Tipperary County Council offices from 9.30 – 4.30pm
Phone: 0761 06 5000
Email Address: customerservices@tipperarycoco.ie

REBUILDING IRELAND HOME LOAN

Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan is a new Government backed mortgage for first time buyers. It is available nationwide from all local authorities from 1st February 2018.
As a first time buyer you can apply for a Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan to purchase a new or second-hand property, or to build your own home.

Adopted Budget 2018

The 2018 Budget has been prepared on the principle of a “balanced budget” based on the overall level of resources available to the Council and the requirement to meet statutory, contractual, legal and other obligations. It incorporates the decisions made by the Council in relation to the local property tax and general municipal allocations.

Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2018

The quality of our historic built environment profoundly affects our everyday lives. It contributes to the vitality of our cities, towns, villages and countryside, instils a sense of pride of place, and enhances the quality of our everyday lives.

Tipperary Festivals and Events Grant Scheme 2019

Tipperary Festivals and Events Grant Scheme 2019

Valuation Order

9th October 2017
The Commissioner of Valuation has signed a Valuation Order for the Tipperary County Council rating authority area on 6th October 2017, and the revaluation of all commercial and industrial properties will now commence.

National Famine Commemoration- Ballingarry,Tipperary 30th September 2017

Two films commissioned for the National Famine Commemoration by the Arts Service;

Group Scheme News- Volunteering in Burgess- Ballywilliam National School

Group Scheme News- We are the Price Tag

Clonmel Parking/Traffic and Car Park Bye-Laws 2013

INSTALLATION OF NEW PARKING METERS

Farm Hazardous Waste Collection Service

Protect You, Your Family and Your Farm!
After 4 years and 36 sites the Farm Hazardous Waste Collection Scheme, has been a successful initiative. This autumn there are 2 dates proposed for the collection service in Tipperary.

25th October at Nenagh Mart 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
14th November at Cahir Mart 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Success for Clonmel in IBAL Survey

Clonmel is one of the tidiest towns in Ireland according to a survey released this week.
Clonmel was ranked in 6th place of the 40 towns and cities surveyed
The latest survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) shows Clonmel is
“Cleaner than European norms.

Road Traffic (Special Speed Limits) (County of Tipperary) Bye-Laws 2017

The Road Traffic (Special Speed Limits) (County of Tipperary) Bye-Laws 2017 were adopted by the Members of Tipperary County Council on 10th July 2017. This is the first time that there has been one set of Bye-Laws to cover all of County Tipperary.

The Bye-Laws came into operation as follows:

Christmas in Clonmel Festival 2017

Tipperary County Council will be hosting an Ideas Session / Planning Workshop for Christmas in Clonmel Festival 2017, this Thursday 7th September
in Tipperary County Museum Meeting Room, Mick Delahunty Square, Clonmel

Adopted Budget 2017

The key objectives of the 2017 Budget are to:

Waste Collection

Incentivised Structure for household waste collection.

On 27 June 2017, the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten, T.D., confirmed that a more flexible framework for waste collection charges has been approved by Government, to allow for a range of charging options and not to impose a compulsory per-kilogramme charging system on waste collector.

Water and Waste Water Connections

Water and Wastewater connections
From 11 July 2017

Irish Water is now your contact point for all water and wastewater connections.

Please note that existing Tipperary County Council application forms will no longer be accepted by Irish Water or Tipperary County Council after this date.

Anti Social Behaviour Strategy 2016

Tipperary County Council acknowledges that anti-social behaviour can have a seriously negative impact on the lives of people and is committed to promoting a safe and secure environment for all residents of its housing estates. In order to achieve this, the Council has adopted a very strong position where such acts of anti-social behaviour are proven.

The 2 Johnnies do their bit for the Environment

Click on play below to see what the two Johnnies have to say about litter.

Silvermines Historical Society Presents Rural Water Monitoring Committee

Hearty congratulations to Silvermines Historical Society from Tipperary County Council's Rural Water Monitoring Committee. SHS have achieved first place in the Nilsson Local Heritage Writing Competition at Listowel Writers Week 2017. The Society will receive their award during Writers Week which begins on 31st May next ~ molaim thú!

Littleton National School and Friends Celebrate Water .

Most of the earth’s water is stored in icebergs - only 2% of water on earth is actually available for us to use! With this in mind, some of Tipperary County Council's Rural Water team visited Littleton on 18th May to see if we could spot an Iceberg.

Nenagh Castle Opening Times

Nenagh Castle Will be open to the public from Tuesday, 20th March 2017

Notice of Rate having been made for Tipperary County Council

Notice is hereby given that the County Rate has been duly made on the rateable properties in County Tipperary.
The Annual Rate on Valuation for the Ordinary Expenditure for Tipperary County Council for the services for the year ending 31st December 2018 is 56.77.

Greener Home Hints- Brochure Launched

Tips and ideas on a greener way to do it yourself, recently launched by Joanne Condon of Kyle Lane, Clonmel.
Please read full brochure attached.

Dog Control and Sheep Worrying- Tipperary Co. Co. endorses Minister English’s statement released on 9th February, 2017

On foot of 3 reported sheep kills in Tipperary in the last week, Tipperary Co. Co. would like to support the sentiments expressed in the press release from Minister English (see attached- link to press release) and ask that dog owners keep control of their dogs at all times.

Owning a dog comes with the responsibility of knowing where your dog is on a constant basis.

Religion & Ritual- Lecture Series at the County Museum

From the beginning of time religion and its associated rituals have been constant yet ever changing.

Local Authority Performance Indicators 2015

The 31 City and County Councils provide a wide range of services throughout Ireland. These services can affect your daily life and include housing, transport, planning, libraries, amenities, environmental management, fire and emergency services, infrastructure, community and economic development.

Applications sought by Tipperary LCDC for LEADER Evaluation Committees

Tipperary Local Community Development Committee (LCDC) has been awarded the contract to deliver the Rural Development Programme (LEADER)
2014-2020 in Tipperary.

It is establishing Independent Evaluation Committees (IEC) to assess and evaluate all project proposals for RDP funding and is now seeking applications from persons interested in being appointed to the IEC’s.

Festival Strategy 2018 - 2020

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.

Reuse Month- October

#reuse October 2016 is designated “Reuse Month” and it has been decided in conjunction with Southern Waste Regions Distribution of used pallets to Men’s Sheds.

Tourism for Towns

This is the latest publication from the Irish Walled Towns Network (I.W.T.N), an advisory document that looks at tourism initiatives in historic town.

Current Exhibition- Hair Hurling Balls at the County Museum

Ireland's oldest hurling balls and hurley on display in Co. Tipperary - winners of the Liam McCarthy Cup, 2016.

Fr Nicholas Sheehy Talk

In 1766 Fr Nicholas Sheehy Parish Priest of Clogheen, Burncourt and Ballyporeen was hung, drawn and quartered having being tried and found guilty of being an accessory to murder. It is believed that these charges were false and that it was his supposed involvement with the Whiteboy movement – agrarian unrest – that made him unpopular with the local land owning classes.

Housing Adaptation Grants Schemes- Call for Applications

Please note that Tipperary County Council is now accepting applications for grant aid in respect of the following schemes.

Ballina Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool

Opening Times for the Swimming Pool are:

2-6pm Daily from 1st June to 31st August

Swimming Pool Office Tel: (2pm-6pm only) 0872293793

More information on Facebook: Ballina Riverside Pool

Water Safety Week July 2nd - 6th (5pm-7pm) forms available at the pool.

Water Safety Week- Nenagh Leisure Centre

Irish Water Safety is the statutory body established to promote Water Safety in Ireland

Location: Nenagh Leisure Centre
Date: Monday 13th August – Friday 17th August 9am – 1pm
Enrolment: Friday 27th July 5pm – 6pm

Please see related forms below

Tipperary Libraries: Summer Book Bus 2016

Children’s Summer Book Bus – Tipperary Co Council Library Service Children’s Summer Book Bus is on the road again this summer. New child borrowers can join the library at the book bus or, if they are already a member, use the book bus to choose new books and return their old ones. We encourage parents and children to call at the book bus and check out the stock of books.

Tipperary Libraries: Summer Stars Reading Programme 2016

The Summer Stars reading programme is running in public libraries throughout the country this summer. Summer Stars is a free programme, open to all children.
Each child who registers for the programme at their local library joins in the fun of reading lots of exciting books during the summer.

Nenagh Car Park Bye Laws 2016

From 1st June 2016 new Bye-Laws apply in the town of Nenagh in respect of pay-parking.

Insolvency Service of Ireland- Guidance

Are you insolvent?
The word insolvency is often associated with companies, but when a person is unable to pay bills in full when they are due or is paying a little off each bill to keep creditors at bay and receiving letters and calls about missed payments – these are all signs of personal insolvency.

Tipperary Arts Strategy 2017 to 2021

Tipperary Arts Strategy 2017-2021 is now available.

Tenant Incremental Purchase Scheme 2016

From 1st January 2016 existing tenants of Tipperary County Council have an opportunity to purchase their homes through an Incremental Purchase Scheme introduced under Part 3 of Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2014
There are a number of pre requisites which households must meet including :

TIPPERARY - ROAD TO THE RISING

Opening 23rd April 2016 – Jan 2017

Structures at Risk Fund 2016

The Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht has launched a Structures at Risk Fund 2016.

Nenagh Castle

Will be open to the public from Tuesday, 29th March

Opening Times Summer 2016
Tuesday – Saturday
10.00 – 13.00 and 14.00 – 16.30
Last admission 15.45
Admission Free

Annual Service Delivery Plan

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.

Commercial Incentive Scheme (CIS)

In order to help restore vibrancy and vitality to the town/village centre, Tipperary County Council has focussed on developing a mechanism to assist in addressing the issue of vacant retail units in the county’s village and town centres.

Housing Assistance Payment (HAP)

Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) is a new social housing support. Persons must be a qualified housing applicant(s) before they can apply for HAP.

Tenant Handbook & Housing Maintenance Policy

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.

Donohill Civic Amenity Site

From Monday September 17th Donohill Recycling Centre will operate a restricted service for a period of approximately 12weeks. This is to facilitate construction works to upgrade the Recycling Centre so that we can offer a better service to our customers.

The opening hours for the restricted operations period will be

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