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Your Council

Foreword from the Chief Executive of Tipperary County Council

Welcome and thank you for visiting our website - you are one of over 28,000 visits to our website this month.


Appeals and Complaints

  1. We aim to provide the best possible service to you. However, should it happen that you are not happy with the service provided, we will deal with your complaints in a timely, courteous and helpful manner.

Freedom of Information

The new Freedom of Information Act 2014 was enacted on 14 October 2014. It replaces the FOI Acts of 1997 and 2003.
Since then the Act has encompassed more public bodies.

One of it’s key provisions is that there is no longer a fee payable when an FOI request is being made.

The Freedom of Information legislation establishes three statutory rights:

Reuse of Public Sector Information (PSI)

Re-use of Public Sector Information (PSI)

Tipperary County Council is subject to the Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 (SI 279 of 2005). The regulations are available at www.psi.gov.ie

Policy Statement on Release of Data

Register of Electors

Notice is hereby given that the Register of Electors for 2019/2020 was published on the 01st February, 2019 and will come into force on the 15th February, 2019. The Register of Electors is available for inspection at Council Offices, Garda Stations, Post Offices and Libraries.

Postal & Special Voter Applications

Closing date for receipt of Postal & Special Voters Applications for the 2019/2020 Register of Electors is the 25th November 2018. Once approved, a Postal vote is applicable for the duration of the Register i.e. 12 months from the 15th February.

Postal Voters List

Categories of Elector

The Register comprises four categories of electors. A person's citizenship determines their category and the type of elections at which they may vote as in the table below:

Statutory Provisions

The statutory provisions relating to the qualifications for registration as electors are contained in the Electoral Act 1992 and are summarised as follow:

Two Versions of the Register

Since 2004, registration authorities are required to publish two versions of the register the full register and the edited register.

Register of Electors

The full register lists everyone who is entitled to vote and can only be used for an electoral or other statutory purpose.

Edited Register of Electors

Municipal District Office Intro

Municipal Area: Templemore Thurles

Population: 27,549

Number of Councillors: 8

District Office: Carrick-On-Suir

Telephone: 0761 065000

E-Mail: info@tipperarycoco.ie

Disclaimer

TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL maintains this website to enhance public access to information about its initiatives, services and policies in general. Our goal is to keep this information timely and accurate. If errors are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them.

However the Council accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever with regard to the material on this site.

Accessibility Statement

We have designed this site to be accessible to everyone. Tipperary County Council is committed to the provision of an accessible Web Site, and to achieve WCAG double AA standard. The Navigation routines and the Core Dynamic pages have been tested to conform to W3C Accessibility Guidelines. This site is monitored on a regular basis and accessibility is an important part.

Tipperary County Council- Privacy Statement

Introduction

At Tipperary County Council we are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.
This Privacy Statement will let you know how we look after your personal data. It also informs you as to our obligations and your rights under data protection law.

Annual Reports

The 2019 Annual Report was adopted by Members of Tipperary County Council.

This is the Council's sixth report of its current term outlining our work in delivering public services and infrastructural projects across the County.

Tipperary County Council Corporate Plan 2015

Tipperary County Council’s Corporate Plan for the period 2015 – 2019 was adopted by the Council at the March Council Meeting held in LIT Thurles on Monday 9th March 2015.

Local & European Elections

When the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government announces that the Government has agreed European Parliament or Local Elections will be held to be entitled to vote (1) your name must be included on the Register of Electors which was published on 1st February or (2) you must submit an application for entry on the supplement to the register.

Carrick-On-Suir Municipal District Office Location

Office Locations

Tipperary County Council’s two main offices are located in;

Welcome to Clonmel Borough District

The Municipal District structure was established under the Local government Reform Act 2014, based on the recommendations of the Local Electoral Area Boundary Committee set up for the 2014 local elections. The districts replace the earlier sub-county structure of town councils and local area committees. In Tipperary, the districts coincide with the electoral areas.

Welcome to Nenagh Municipal District

The Municipal District structure was established under the Local government Reform Act 2014, based on the recommendations of the Local Electoral Area Boundary Committee set up for the 2014 local elections. The districts replace the earlier sub-county structure of town councils and local area committees. In Tipperary, the districts coincide with the electoral areas.

Welcome to Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District

The Municipal District structure was established under the Local government Reform Act 2014, based on the recommendations of the Local Electoral Area Boundary Committee set up for the 2014 local elections. The districts replace the earlier sub-county structure of town councils and local area committees. In Tipperary, the districts coincide with the electoral areas.

Welcome to Cashel-Tipperary Municipal District

The Municipal District structure was established under the Local government Reform Act 2014, based on the recommendations of the Local Electoral Area Boundary Committee set up for the 2014 local elections. The districts replace the earlier sub-county structure of town councils and local area committees. In Tipperary, the districts coincide with the electoral areas.

Welcome to Thurles Municipal District

The Municipal District structure was established under the Local government Reform Act 2014, based on the recommendations of the Local Electoral Area Boundary Committee set up for the 2014 local elections. The districts replace the earlier sub-county structure of town councils and local area committees. In Tipperary, the districts coincide with the electoral areas.

Members/Staff Services

The following tools are available to assist Council Members access information and communicate with the Public and County Council.

Proposed Bye-Laws Nenagh Town Park

Tipperary County Council (Nenagh Municipal District) proposes to make bye-laws under the powers conferred on it by Section 199 of the Local Government Act 2001 as amended by Schedule 3 of the Local Government Reform Act 2014 for:
The use, operation, protection, regulation and management
of Nenagh Town Park

Nenagh Town Park Bye Laws 2014

Bye-Laws for the use, operation, protection , regulation and management of Nenagh Town Park were passed by Tipperary County Council at the November meeting of the Nenagh Municipal District. The Bye-Laws come into force as of 10.00 a.m. on Monday 1st December 2014.

Disclaimer-Email

This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to which they are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify postmaster@tipperarycoco.ie. This message contains confidential information and is intended only for the individual named.

Thank You

Thank you for your submission

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Public Register of Payments to Members

Regulation of Lobbying Act 2015

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.

Revised Polling Scheme 2016

DRAFT POLLING SCHEME in accordance with The Electoral Acts, 1992 and the ELECTORAL (POLLING SCHEMES) REGULATIONS, 2005

Scheme for the division of the Administrative County of Tipperary into Polling Districts and the appointment of Polling Places
This Scheme is effective from 12th January, 2016

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.

Routinely Available Information

Introduction:
Tipperary County Council has prepared and published a Publication Scheme concerning the information of the Council in conformity with a Model and Guidelines made by the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform under Section 8 of the Freedom of Information Act, 2014.

The Scheme comes into effect on the 14th April, 2016.

Corporate Procurement Plan 2019- 2021

The Corporate Procurement Plan 2019-2021 sets out the procurement objectives and actions for a three year period. It identifies the priority areas that the Council will address as it maximises the resources available to the organisation, effectively delivers services whilst ensuring compliant, equitable and transparent procurement systems.

Submit Your Event

Establishment of the Organisation

Tipperary County Council Mission Statement
“Tipperary Together – Ambitious for our communities, demanding of ourselves and working to a shared purpose to deliver prosperity across the county.”

Governance and Management Structures

  • Overall role of Tipperary County Council is that of a multi-functional organisation acting as a development corporation which operates in the best interests of the citizens being served ;
  • This involves delivering a wide range of services including infrastructural, social, economic, cultural, recreation/amenity, social inclusion and many others;

Roles, Responsibilities and Functions

Tipperary County Council was established under the Local Government Reform Act 2014. Today there are 40 elected members representing 5 Municipal District of Clonmel, Carrick-on-Suir, Cashel-Tipperary, Templemore-Thurles and Nenagh, and a staff of over 1,000. The inaugural meeting was held on Friday 30th May 2014 in the Community Hall, Holycross, Co. Tipperary.

Codes of Practice or Guidelines

Please see below for documentation on the Tipperary County Council Code of Practice documentation.

Corporate Plans and Strategies

National / EU Policy

Customer Charter- Appeals and Complaints

Tipperary County Council’s Vision Statement is “Tipperary - A vibrant place where people can live, visit and work in a competitive and resilient economy, a sustainable environment and an inclusive and active community”.

Details of Service Level Agreements/Memorandum of Understanding

Irish Water

Tipperary County Council has an Annual service Plan with Irish Water in relation to the provision of water and waste water services. This ASP is provided for in the Service Level Agreement agreed between the parties under the Water Services (No. 2) Act 2013.

FOI Disclosure Log

Attached are the FOI requests since 14th April 2016.

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.

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.

Service Directory

To read more information about services offered under each department, click to view service home pages below;

Tipperary County Council: Single contracts >€25,000 awarded

All Contracts awarded by Quarter

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.

Election and Referendum Information Leaflets

These are available on the Department’s website at http://www.housing.gov.ie/local-government/voting/voting. There is a Section listing the various leaflets.

They are produced in various languages, as relevant to the election type.

The leaflets are:

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

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.

Clonmel Parking/Traffic and Car Park Bye-Laws 2013

INSTALLATION OF NEW PARKING METERS

New Tender Guidelines

New guidelines for Tendering.

Performance Indicator Report 2016

TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2016

TCC Service Delivery Plan 2018

County Tipperary Digital Strategy

Foreword – Chief Executive

Presidential Election/Referendum

The closing date to the supplement for the register of electors was Tuesday 9/10/2018 (Form RFA2). The closing date for postal Voters and Special Voters was 1/10/2018.

Register your vote

Check the Draft Register of Electors by 25 November 2018

Streetscape/Building Facade Enhancement Scheme Grant 2019 for Tipperary & Cashel Towns

STREETSCAPE/BUILDING FACADE ENHANCEMENT SCHEME GRANT 2019 (ELIGIBLE WORKS INCLUDE PAINTING; SIGNAGE; FLORAL DISPLAYS ETC.)
TIPPERARY AND CASHEL TOWNS.

Sample Letters under General Data Protection Regulation

Attached are sample wordings to exercise your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). These letters are not prescriptive. They are simply provided as samples to facilitate the exercising of your rights under GDPR.

Donation Statement

Donation Statement
Donation Statement & Declaration for Elected Members

Ethics and Declarations of Interest

Ethics and Declarations of Interest

Under the Local Government Act 2001, provision has been made for an ethical framework to operate within Local Government. It includes a publicly accessible register.

Implementation of the ethics framework

Your Councillors

Your Councillors

There are 40 democratically-elected public representatives of Tipperary County Council. The role of these Councillors is to lay down the policy framework within which the Local Authority operates. Amongst their wide and varied list of responsibilities (referred to as “reserved functions”) are to:

Nomination of local election candidates received up to 29 April 2019

Local Election candidate nominations received for the 8 local electoral areas across the County received up to the 29 April 2019, see details attached.

Nomination of local election candidates received up to 1 May 2019

Local Election candidate nominations received for the 8 local electoral areas across the County received up to the 1 May 2019, see details attached.

Nomination of local election candidates received up to 2 May 2019

Local Election candidate nominations received for the 8 local electoral areas across the County received up to the 2 May 2019, see details attached.

Nomination of Candidates - Election of Members of Tipperary County Council

Local Election Candidate nominations received for the eight (8) Local Electoral Areas for Tipperary received up 12 noon on 4th May 2019, see details attached.

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.

County Archives

Welcome to Tipperary County Archives

Mission Statement:
Tipperary County Archives are here to acquire, preserve and make accessible the documentary memory of County Tipperary.

Your Vote Your Voice

An easy to read guide to voting - Tipperary County Council

Expenditure

The Local Elections (Disclosure of Donations and Expenditure) Act 1999 provides for an expenditure and donations disclosure regime at local elections.

Donations

The following rules apply for donations:

Postering Guidelines

The legislation governing placement of posters at election time is The Litter Pollution Act 1997 as amended by the Electoral (Amendment)(No.2) Act 2009. The legislation provides that erection of posters is only permitted from the date the order is made by the Minister appointing the polling day or 30 days prior to the date of the poll, whichever is the shorter period.

Provisions for the Visually Impaired

Tipperary County Council has set up a Freephone number to assist visually impaired voters in the upcoming Local Elections.

Electoral Legislation

The Law relating to Local Elections is contained in the following:

Electoral Area Details, Notice of Poll and Candidates

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.

Cahir Local Electoral Area

Carrick-on-Suir Local Electoral Area

Cashel-Tipperary Local Electoral Area

Clonmel Local Electoral Area

Nenagh Local Electoral Area

Newport Local Electoral Area

Roscrea-Templemore Local Electoral Area

Thurles Local Electoral Area

Election Results 2019

Final Results by LEA- Election 2019 #LE19

Here is a summary of the 2019 elected Councillors per Local Electoral Area.
For full information and contact details, please see document attached.

Return of Person Elected & Local Election Results Sheets

Return of Person Elected and Local Election Results Sheets are published in accordance with Article 90 (4) of the Local Election Regulations

Privacy Statement- Tipperary County Council

Introduction

At Tipperary County Council we are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.
This Privacy Statement will let you know how we look after your personal data. It also informs you as to our obligations and your rights under data protection law.

Annual meeting of the newly elected councillors

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

Launch of website Thurles.ie

Photographs taken at the launch of www.thurles.ie, a new website and brand identity for Thurles.

Strategic Policy Committees - Minutes

Strategic Policy Committees (SPCs) are local authority committees in city and county councils whose membership includes elected councillors, representatives of business, farming interests, environmental/conservation groups, trade unions and community and voluntary members.

Joint Policing Committees - Minutes

The Garda Siochana Act 2005 introduced the establishment of Joint Policing Committees (JPCS), whose function is ‘to serve as a forum for consultation, discussions and recommendations on matters affecting the policing of the local authority’s administrative area’.

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.

Clonmel Workingmen’s Boat Club

The Clonmel Workingmen’s Boat Club was established in 1883, at a time when many workingmen’s clubs were being established around the country.
Tipperary County Archives hold records for the organisation from 1910, click on the link below to find an extract from the minute books from 1910 and a full transcript of these books from 1910 - 1949.

What do you know about #YourCouncil?

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.

The #YourCouncil campaign aims to change that.

Storm Lorenzo - Yellow Wind and Rain Weather Alert - Press Release

Wednesday 2nd October 2019 at 5.30pm

Fire and Emergency Services - Your Council

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

Keeping things clean and tidy

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.

Promoting sport and fitness

#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

Keeping our County green and clean

#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

Someone has to do it - #YourCouncil

Keeping the roads open for business - someone has to do it

Press Release for Liberty Square Contract Signing

Press Release for Liberty Square Contract Signing between Tipperary County Council and David Walsh Civil Engineering Ltd.

TCC Protected Disclosures Policy & Procedures - Nov 2019

The Revised Tipperary County Council Protected Disclosures Policy & Procedures (November 2019) is available to view on the link below>

PART TIME LEISURE ATTENDANTS

Tipperary County Council is currently in the process of creating a database of applicants interested in the position of Part Time Leisure Attendant with the following Leisure Centres/Pools:

o CLONMEL SWIMMING POOL

o SEAN TREACY MEMORIAL SWIMMING POOL, TIPPERARY TOWN

o NENAGH LEISURE CENTRE

Tipperary County Council Open Data Sets

Welcome to Tipperary County Council Open Data Set where we believe that Open Data equals Open Understanding.

Below you will find a link to some of the data sets that are available on our website. We will be developing this further in 2020-2021

FIRE FIGHTER ROLLING RECRUITMENT COMPETITION

Fire Fighters: Possible average earnings €15,000 to €20,000

Tipperary County Council is currently in the process of creating a database of applicants interested in the position of Part Time Fire Fighter with the following Brigades:

CCTV And Other Surveillance Technologies Policy

Supplement to the Register of Electors 2019 - General Election 2020

Supplement to the Register of Electors 2019 - General Election February 2020

Please note the deadlines for Receipt of Applications to the Supplement to the Register of Electors for the upcoming elections 8th February 2020 are as follows:

• Applications for entry to the Supplement to the Postal and Special Voters Lists – Thursday 16th February 2020

Register of Electors - Corporate Services Privacy Notice

Register of Electors - Corporate Services Privacy Notice

TCC Standing Orders - Adopted 9th Dec 2019

TCC Standing Orders - Adopted 9th Dec 2019

Tipperary County Council Corporate Plan 2020-2024

Corporate Plan 2020-2024 – Tipperary County Council’s vision for the next five years

Property Portal

Polling Scheme 2019

Notice is hereby given that the revised Polling Scheme for the division of the Administrative County of Tipperary into Polling Districts and the appointment of Polling Places came into operation on 15th February, 2020.

ASSISTANT ENGINEER

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the following:

ASSISTANT ENGINEER: Salary Scale:- €38,747 - €60,899 (2nd LSI)

Starting pay for all new entrants will be at the minimum of the scale.
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GRADUATE PLANNER

GRADUATE PLANNER: Salary Scale:- €31,414 - €41,172

Starting pay for all new entrants will be at the minimum of the scale.
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Panels may be created as a result of the above competitions from which both permanent and temporary vacancies arising during the lifetime of the panels may be filled.

PART TIME SCHOOL WARDEN CLONMEL BOROUGH DISTRICT

VACANCIES

• Part-time School Warden (15 hours per week during School Term) within the Clonmel Borough District Area.

Panels may be created as a result of the above competitions from which both permanent and temporary vacancies arising during the lifetime of the panels may be filled.

PART TIME LEISURE ATTENDANT- CLONMEL

VACANCIES

• Part-time Leisure Attendant, Clonmel Pool

Panels may be created as a result of the above competitions from which both permanent and temporary vacancies arising during the lifetime of the panels may be filled.

Depending on the number of applications received, candidates may be short listed based on the information supplied on the application forms.

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