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The proposed Part VIII development provides for the redevelopment of an existing brownfield site as a 120 space car park.

The development consists of;

  • 120 space car park with macadam surfacing;
  • Concrete kerbing, bio-retention and landscaped areas;
  • Demolition of the existing structures on site;
  • Public lighting, bollards, barriers and associated equipment for car parking;
  • Landscaping and planting throughout the site;
  • Vehicular access and egress from Davis Road which includes a right turn lane;
  • Pedestrian and vehicular access to Kickham Barracks site (Protected Structure);
  • Site drainage works including surface water drainage and connections to existing drainage on Davis Road,
  • Utilities for electric vehicle charging points;
  • CCTV poles and cameras;
  • Bicycle stands;
  • Alteration to road marking and parking on Davis Road.

At Davis Road, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary (see Drawing DRCP/GA/01 attached).
The development will comprise of the carrying out of works to and within the curtilage of a protected structures Ref 68 and 69 of the Clonmel and Environs Development Plan 2013, as varied (CEDP).

Full report attached:

General News
Monday, 11 March, 2019 - 10:15

TEMPORARY CLOSING OF ROAD
ROADS ACT, 1993-2015,
(SECTION 75 OF THE ROADS ACT 1993)
ROADS REGULATIONS, 1994

Clonmel Triathlon Club
Clonmel Duathlon
INTENTION TO CLOSE
NOTICE is hereby given that Tipperary County Council and Waterford County
Council propose to make an Order closing:

ROAD TO
BE CLOSED

Pathway Closed Sir Thomas Bridge, Ferryhouse, (L6513) Clonmel.

Towpath from Mulcahy Park to Sir Thomas Bridge (12pm – 2pm)
PERIOD OF
ROAD CLOSURE: Monday 22nd April 2019 from 11.00am to 15.00 hrs
ALTERNATIVE
ROUTES: Traffic travelling from the N24 to Tikincor area: is via Davis Road (R707), Old Waterford Road (R671) (Gas House Bridge) and along Coleville Road (R680).

Traffic travelling from Tikincor area to the N24: is via Coleville Road (R680), Old Waterford Road (R671) (Gas House Bridge) and along Davis Road (R707) onto N24.

Local access will be granted for residents.
Objections to the proposed temporary closure may be submitted in writing to the Director of Services, Roads & Health & Safety, Tipperary County Council, Civic Offices, Limerick Road, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary or to the Director of Services, Roads, Water and Environment, Waterford City and County Council, The Mall, Waterford.
Not later than 12 noon on Friday 22nd March 2019

Road Alerts
Friday, 8 March, 2019 - 14:45

Nenagh Municipal District, Tipperary County Council, as part of its Town Centre Initiative is seeking to improve the streetscape and public realm of Nenagh Town through supporting the owners of properties in the Primary Retail Area to improve and enhance their properties and public areas. Grants of up to €500 are available, applications are currently being accepted and terms and conditions apply.
All work must be completed by 30th September, 2019 and receipts submitted by 15th October, 2019.

General News
Friday, 8 March, 2019 - 11:45

Are you a ratepayer with an annual rates bill of up to €12,000 for 2019?
Did you know that paying your rates on time entitles your business to apply for a reduction of 5 to 6% on your Commercial Rates Bill?
• Choosing the 6% option allows you to apply for a discount of up to €300.
• Choosing the 5% option allows you to apply for a discount of up to €250.
Find Out More or Apply Online
https://www.tipperarycoco.ie/finance/tipperary-early-payment-scheme-rates

General News
Thursday, 7 March, 2019 - 13:15

Tipperary’s archives illustrate the importance of fairs and markets to the local economy, and the impact on them of the imposition of Martial Law in the aftermath of Soloheadbeg. This caused havoc for trade in the county, as is documented in the Minute Books of its Local Government authorities. The records of Tipperary Urban District Council and the Fethard Town Commissioners provide an overview of the situation, which had begun to worsen by March 1919...

Tipperary Urban District was particularly badly hit. At a Special Meeting on 27th March the following resolution was unanimously adopted ‘that we believe that the only result of the continuance of martial law is to produce a rebellious spirit amongst the citizens, and to make municipal government impossible by inflicting an unbearable burden on the ratepayers’. By the 2nd June it is reported that under Martial Law ‘the licensed grocers could not open their houses before eleven o’clock in the day, and had to close at four o’clock in the afternoon’. A Mr. R.J. Crowe feels that ‘we are being very badly victimised in the town of Tipperary... In Clonmel and Cahir they have long ago got the restrictions off’. A Mr. O’Connell agrees ‘Tipperary is being victimised, while in Limerick and Clonmel the restrictions are off... There is something rotten in the state of Denmark!’ The meeting resolves to send representation to Dublin. After this deputation meets with Mr. James MacMahon, Under Secretary for Ireland, it is reported on the 14th June that ‘Martial Law ends in Tipperary’ and a public notice appears with notification that the next pig market will be held on 23rd June.

At a Special Meeting held by the Fethard Town Commissioners on 21st March it is ordered to prepare ‘a memorial to the Lord Lieutenant... [from] the Town Commissioners, Clergy, Magistrates and others’ as a result of their monthly fair being suspended. In earlier minutes (7th February and 4th March), it was agreed to apply for their usual permit to hold the ‘Monthly Fair’ which is the ‘principal fair in the south of Ireland... to procure cattle, and buyers attend from all parts of the country’. By April, the frustration caused by these suspensions has increased and the meeting of 11th April orders ‘that the Clerk write to the Surveyor pointing out to him their present financial position owing to Military Restrictions on the Markets and Fairs and they refused to pay the Tax demanded’.

Featured Item
Thursday, 7 March, 2019 - 11:45

You are invited to participate in public consultation workshops to draw up a Disability Action Plan for Tipperary.
The consultation is looking to engage with people with disabilities and all those linked with disability, including service users, carers, families, agencies, organisations etc.

The overall aim of the plan is to support the equal participation of people with disabilities in society. It is very important to have your say in the development of this action plan as it will identify specific community, social and economic priorities for the county.

You can feed into the development of the Disability Action Plan for Tipperary by attending one of the following workshops:

Date: Wednesday 13th March
Time: 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
Venue: The Bridge Centre, Cashel Road, Clonmel

Date: Thursday 14th March
Time: 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
Venue: Nano Nagle Community Resource Centre, Greenside, Carrick-on-Suir

Date: Wednesday 20th March
Time: 2.00- 3.30 pm (please note the different time )
Venue: Clanwilliam Rugby Club, Murgasty, Tipperary Town

Date: Tuesday 26th March
Time: 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
Venue: The Scout’s Hall, Ashe Road, Nenagh

Date: Thursday 28th March
Time: 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
Venue: Order of Malta Building, Boheravoroon, Thurles

Please confirm your attendance at this meeting by emailing deirdre.cox@tipperarycoco.ie (referencing Disability Action Plan) or by telephone Deirdre Cox 0761065000.

Please include with your booking; any additional requirements that you may have on the day.

Consultations
Wednesday, 6 March, 2019 - 13:30

TEMPORARY CLOSING OF ROAD
ROADS ACT 1993 – 2015
(SECTION 75 OF THE ROADS ACT 1993)
ROADS REGULATIONS 1994.

Intention to close Road

Stafford Street, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Notice is hereby given that Tipperary County Council has received an application to make an Order closing the following road:

ROADS TO BE CLOSED: Stafford Street, Nenagh - from Kenyon Street Junction to entrance of Arrabawn Co-Op and Quinns Service Station.
PERIOD OF CLOSURE: From 08.30 hrs on 15th April 2019 to 18.00 hrs on 16th April 2019.
Local access to all residential properties and businesses will be facilitated.

ALTERNATIVE ROUTES: Limerick Traffic - Turn right on R445 to William Street and on to R497 (Left on to Stafford Street - Arrabawn traffic to travel this route).
Non HGV traffic travelling through Nenagh will be diverted via Silver Street to R497 and Stafford Street.
REASON FOR CLOSURE: To facilitate road resurfacing works.

Objections to the proposed temporary closure may be submitted in writing to the Director of Services, Roads, Transportation & Health and Safety, Tipperary County Council, Civic Offices, Limerick Road, Nenagh not later than 12 noon Friday 22nd March 2019 or by e-mail to roadclosures@tipperarycoco.ie

Road Alerts
Wednesday, 6 March, 2019 - 11:00

Creative Ireland Community Grant Scheme 2019 & Open Call
Creative Ireland is a culture based programme designed to promote individual, community and national wellbeing. There are two grant schemes is currently open for applications. The Community Grant Scheme is open to groups who are organising, creative arts or heritage projects in their communities in line with the Creative Ireland programme. The Open Call is for creative partnerships between practitioners and communities. Application forms, guidelines and criteria can be found on www.tipperarycoco.ie

Featured Item
Tuesday, 5 March, 2019 - 16:00 to Tuesday, 26 March, 2019 - 16:00

As part of the significant road construction works on the N24 Davitt St and Church St, Tipperary Town a Temporary Traffic Management Plan is proposed to best manage the traffic through the town during the Works. Approximately 7000 vehicles per day travel on this road.

In order to reduce traffic where possible through the town during the works, Alternative Routes will be signposted for vehicles (except HGV’s) on the approaches to the town.
See attached drawing identifying the Alternative Routes. These shall be in place for the duration of the project (February to September 2019).

From May to September when works are taking place on Church St, a 1–way system is proposed due to the restricted width here.
This will allow the Works to be carried out safely and as efficiently as possible.
Eastbound traffic would remain on the N24 past the Works and westbound traffic would be directed from Main St to O’Brien St to O’Connell Road rejoining the N24 after the Works close to Redmond Square.
See attached drawing of 1–way system.
This 1-way route includes a temporary mini-roundabout at the Galbally Rd/Emly Rd/O’Brien St junction. This roundabout is necessary to allow the safe and effective movement of vehicles through this junction. The current junction layout has very poor visibility. The size of the roundabout is the minimum required to allow turning space for goods vehicles.

We acknowledge that some disruption will be caused by this 1–way system but see it as the best option for the safe and swift completion of the Works and also the avoidance of lengthy delays on the N24 through Tipperary Town.

Further Traffic Management Plans are likely including some Road Closures along the Works where side roads access onto Davitt St and Church St.
Any Road Closures will be notified to effected Residents and published in local newspapers in advance.

We appreciate the cooperation of residents and locals and Tipperary County Council will work with the Contractor to minimise the disruption as much as possible.

Road Alerts
Tuesday, 5 March, 2019 - 13:00

Thurles Regional Water Supply Scheme - Water Treatment Plant & Pipelines funded by Irish Water, the photos show the progress being made to date in respect of this project

General News
Tuesday, 5 March, 2019 - 12:30