Tipperary County Council
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Plans, Strategies, Policies & Schemes

Homelessness North Tipperary

The Housing Miscellaneous (Provisions Act) 2009 provides a new statutory framework of structures to address Homelessness. A Regional Approach is now being taken to the preparation of Homeless Action Plans, in line with the Statutory Regional Authority Areas.

Homelessness South Tipperary

The South East region has been pro-active in terms of establishing Homeless Action Teams (HAT) in each Local Authority area and working to achieve a standardised approach to care and case management. The HAT meets weekly with representatives from Local Authority, HSE, St Michael’s Unit, Cuan Saor and Department of Social Protection.

Traveller Accommodation Plan 2014-2018

North and South Tipperary Local Authorities are committed to meeting the housing needs of members of the Travelling Community throughout Tipperary. In order to achieve this objective, a new Joint Traveller Accommodation Programme for the period 2014 – 2018 is being developed. North and South Tipperary County Councils are to merge into Tipperary County Council by June 2014.

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.

Strategic Plan for Housing Persons with Disabilities

The National Housing Strategy for People with a Disability 2011 - 2016, published in 2011, and the associated National Implementation Framework, which are joint publications by the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government and the Department of Health were developed as a part of a coherent framework, in conjunction with the A Vision for Change (the Government’s mental health pol

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