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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.


The homepage provides you with up to date information on our services, events and news while simplifying direct access to the most common services used by our customers.

Links are provided to other websites such as the Tipperary Local Enterprise Office with information on supports available for micro enterprises, the Motor Tax renewal service and the latest information available from the 2016 census. The “What`s on in Tipperary” Link provides you with details on sporting, cultural and other events taking place across the Premier County.

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As always, your comments on how we might improve the website further are welcome and can be sent by e-mail to customerservices@tipperarycoco.ie.

Best wishes,
Joe MacGrath
Chief Executive
Tipperary County Council



Welcome from Marie Murphy - Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council 2021




It is a great honour and privilege for me to serve as Cathaoirleach for the coming year.

If I was to summarise in one word what principle will be at the centre of my interactions over the next 12 months, it is ‘Respect’, to maintain the good working relationship I have with my fellow councillors in engaging with each other and having pride in our day to day work in our council and for the citizens and stakeholder in our county.

In terms of the County Council’s agenda over the next twelve months, the Rural Regeneration and Development Fund, the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund, Town and Village Renewal Schemes, to mention just a few, have brought significant investment to County Tipperary over the past few years. Maintaining the level of funding through these schemes will be really important. Similarly, the N24 Upgrade project is vital for the county given the lack of improvement over the last three decades and the fact that it meanders through large towns like Carrick-on-Suir and Tipperary towns and villages such as Bansha and Kilsheelan.

The formulation of the next County Development Plan is a work in progress. As Cathaoirleach, I will be urging my fellow elected members to ensure that there is significant public engagement with this document which will be the Council’s ‘bible’ until 2028. As someone who had to emigrate to England in the mid-1980s, along with tens of thousands of others, because of a severe economic downturn, I am well aware of the important work we all do. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had very high youth unemployment but no international outlet for their talents and energies. Let us do our collective utmost to give this generation of young people the best chance of staying and succeeding here if they want to.

Councillor Marie Murphy
Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council

FAQs

Customer Charter

How do I make a claim for Compensation for damage to a vehicle?

The Public Liability Claim process allows for a claim to be made for damages arising from road conditions.

Potential Claimants should contact Irish Public Bodies on 01 639 5500

Where should I send a claim form?

Corporate Services Section, Tipperary County Council, Civic Offices, Emmet Street, Clonmel.
Tel: 0818 06 5000

Electoral Register

Who qualifies to get on the Supplement Register?

Residents of the County who are 18 years or over.

What must I do to get on the Supplement?

Complete form RFA2 (usually a green form), which must be witnessed at your local Garda Station

When is the closing date to get on the Supplement for the next Local Elections?

..Closing date for the supplement to the Register is Tuesday 7th May 2019

If I am an EU citizen not on the Register of Electors and not Irish/UK, can I register to vote at the next European Elections?

YES – By completing forms RFA2 and EP1 (both to be certified at a Garda Station)

If I have changed address recently, can I update my voter registration particulars?

YES – By completing Form RFA3 (usually pink) or Form RFA2 – both of which must be witnessed by a member of an Garda Siochana.

Can I apply for a postal vote at an Election?

Yes in very particular circumstances contact the office for further information

Who can apply for a Postal Vote?

  • Electors who are unable to vote at their polling station, due to circumstances of occupation
  • Whole-time members of the Defence Forces.
  • Irish diplomats posted abroad, and their spouses; they are registered at their home address in Ireland
  • Electors with physical illness or physical disability living at home.
  • Members of the Garda Síochana, have the option of being registered as ordinary electors or as postal voters. In either case, they are registered at their home address.

How can I check if I am registered to vote?

You can check by going to www.checktheregister.ie, or by contacting your local Voter Registration Office – 0818 06 5000.

How do I qualify to get on the Draft Register of Electors for Tipperary County Council?

Every person over 18, ordinarily resident in the County qualify to be on the Register.

When is the closing date for receipt of applications to be on the Register?

The 25th of November each year (see note 1)

(Note 1: if you are 18 between 25th November and 15th February, you may apply to be registered to vote).

What form must I use to get onto the Register of Electors?

The form entitled “Application for Registration – Register of Electors”, which is available at all public offices of Tipperary County Council, Garda Stations, Post Offices and Libraries or download same on www.checktheregister.ie

When is the Draft Register of Electors published?

1st November each year

If I am not on the Draft Register, what can I do?

You can apply to be included by completing a form RFA1, entitled “Claim for Correction in Draft Register of Electors”

When is the closing date for the submission of the RFA1 form?

25th November each year.

If I am on the Register of Electors, what elections am I entitled to vote in?

Every adult resident in Ireland is entitled to be registered, but citizenship determines the elections at which a person may vote:
• Irish Citizens may vote at every election and referendum
• British citizens can vote at Dail, European and local Elections (not at referendums or presidential elections) (D)
• EU citizens may vote at European and Local Elections (E)
• Non EU citizens may vote at local elections only (L)

Higher Education Grants

My circumstances have now changed am I eligible for extra funding under a Higher Education Grant?

If your circumstances have changed permanently you will need to have your application re-assessed.

If I am reviewing my Higher Education Grant with the County Council do I need to fill in a form?

Yes a standard Renewal form. Please contact us at 0818 06 5000.

What is the closing date for Higher Education Grant Applications?

The closing date for renewal grant applications is 31st July 2017.

What Documents do I need to have my Higher Education Grant application re-assessed/reviewed?

PAYE / Social welfare recipient

  • Completed renewal form
  • Social Welfare form completed by your local social welfare office
  • P60 & P21
  • Gross Income from Deposit Accounts/Investments
  • Details of Dependent children
  • Details of College Courses being pursued by dependent children
  • Exam Results

In addition if you are self employed you may also need the following documents:

  • Certified Accounts in respect of self-employment including rental accounts, Trading Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet & Capital Accounts.
  • Notice of Assessment.

Higher Education Grants Postgraduate Progression – I have now completed my undergraduate Course. Can I still receive my grant?

All applications for postgraduate funding are now dealt with by SUSI.

How can I contact SUSI?

Telephone Number: 0761 087874
E-Mail support@susi.ie

If I want to change my Higher Education course who do I apply to?

If you change your course, or course level you then need to apply to SUSI.

If I have to repeat a year do I get a Higher Education Grant?

No, repeat years are not covered for grant purposes.

I am not happy with the level of Higher Education Grant that I am receiving how can I appeal this decision?

Appeals must be made in writing to Mr. Pat Slattery, Director of Corporate Services, Tipperary County Council, Civic Offices, Emmet Street, Clonmel, Co Tipperary or Civic Offices, Limerick Road, Nenagh Co Tipperary.

What is the Reckonable Higher Education Grant Income for the 2017/2018 academic Year?

Reckonable Income Details can be found on the SUSI web site www.susi.ie

Procurement

How do I register with SupplyGov?

SupplyGov is a procurement system which facilitates the Local Authorities and other state agencies to run mini-tenders (from frameworks that have already been advertised on eTenders). It primarily deals with categories relating to Plant Hire; Minor Building & Civil Works and related training.

SupplyGov.ie has two sections

  • Requests for Tenders (RFTs) - Requests for Tenders are mini competitions run under Frameworks and
  • Requests for Quotations (RFQs)these are for under €25,000 aggregate spend

Suppliers can register at www.supplygov.ie and completing the necessary checklists and documentation. All new Frameworks are published as a contract notice on eTenders, the Irish Government Portal. So it is vital that you are registered on eTenders if you want notification of relevant frameworks relating to Plant Hire; Minor Building & Civil Works and related training. You cannot join an existing framework until the framework is re-advertised.
If you need assistance in registering as a supplier with Supplygov.ie, the Customer Service Helpdesk Team will assist. Phone: 076 1064020. Email: eproc@kerrycoco.ie

Where will I find a list of the existing OGP national procurement arrangements?

If you use the supplier section of the homepage at www.procurement.ie you can search for existing OGP national procurement arrangements the various categories and sectors.

Where will I find a list of the existing SupplyGov frameworks?

Under the ‘Terms and Conditions’ tab at www.supplygov.ie y

How do I quote for business under the€25,000 eTenders threshold?

In compliance with national requirements, Tipperary County Council is participating in national procurement arrangements as they come on stream. We are also developing our own frameworks where required. There will be fewer and fewer one-off quotation arrangements as the roll-out of frameworks continue. Any existing panels or other arrangements will be succeeded by advertised systems over time. These arrangements will advertised on eTenders. So another reminder, that no matter what goods or services you provide, you will receive notification if registered on eTenders with all the codes indicated if you wish to be informed.

For those goods and services the organisation uses occasionally and come under the threshold:

  • Be registered with SupplyGov – requests for quotations (RFQs) for under €25,000 aggregate spend
  • See advertisements in the local newspapers

What goods and services can I register to supply under Quotations on SupplyGov?

To find what categories exist, or might be developed under the Quotation side of SupplyGov, contact the Customer Service Helpdesk. Phone: 076 1064020. email: eproc@kerrycoco.ie

How do I initiate business with Tipperary County Council

Register appropriately with www.eTenders.gov.ie and www.SupplyGov.ie, and then you will receive notification when tenders are advertised.

Where does Tipperary County Council advertise its tenders?

Primarily on eTenders (www.etenders.gov.ie)
It is a government requirement that the organisation’s aggregate spend of over €25,000 on goods and services; €50,000 on works; €10,000 on ICT are advertised on eTenders. If the spend is €209,000 on goods and services; €5,225,000 on works, they are also advertised in the OJEU (Official Journal of the European Union) via eTenders.
However...
Tipperary County Council participates in national level procurement arrangements that are advertised on eTenders by

  • The Office of Government Procurement (OGP)
  • SupplyGov under the auspices of Kerry County Council and
  • Regional arrangements

So, to find what Tipperary County Council is tendering, it is important that suppliers Register appropriately with www.eTenders.gov.ie and www.SupplyGov.ie

How do I register with eTenders?

Go to the ‘Supplier Company Registration’ tab down the left hand side of the home page www.etenders.gov.ie and follow the instructions.

You need to select all the classification codes that your company is interested in, so that you receive notification of relevant tenders as they are advertised. You will see the codes (NACE Codes) at this link: www.cso.ie/px/u/NACECoder/NACEItems/searchnace.asp
If you need assistance in registering please contact the eTenders helpdesk at etenders@eu-supply.com Tel: 021 243 92 77

Tenders

How do I register with eTenders?

Go to the ‘Supplier Company Registration’ tab down the left hand side of the home page www.etenders.gov.ie and follow the instructions.

You need to select all the classification codes that your company is interested in, so that you receive notification of relevant tenders as they are advertised. You will see the codes (NACE Codes) at this link: www.cso.ie/px/u/NACECoder/NACEItems/searchnace.asp
If you need assistance in registering please contact the eTenders helpdesk at etenders@eu-supply.com Tel: 021 243 92 77

How do I register with SupplyGov?

SupplyGov is a procurement system which facilitates the Local Authorities and other state agencies to run mini-tenders (from frameworks that have already been advertised on eTenders). It primarily deals with categories relating to Plant Hire; Minor Building & Civil Works and related training.

SupplyGov.ie has two sections

  • Requests for Tenders (RFTs) - Requests for Tenders are mini competitions run under Frameworks and
  • Requests for Quotations (RFQs)these are for under €25,000 aggregate spend

Suppliers can register at www.supplygov.ie and completing the necessary checklists and documentation. All new Frameworks are published as a contract notice on eTenders, the Irish Government Portal. So it is vital that you are registered on eTenders if you want notification of relevant frameworks relating to Plant Hire; Minor Building & Civil Works and related training. You cannot join an existing framework until the framework is re-advertised.
If you need assistance in registering as a supplier with Supplygov.ie, the Customer Service Helpdesk Team will assist. Phone: 076 1064020. Email: eproc@kerrycoco.ie

Where will I find a list of the existing OGP national procurement arrangements?

If you use the supplier section of the homepage at www.procurement.ie you can search for existing OGP national procurement arrangements the various categories and sectors.

Where will I find a list of the existing SupplyGov frameworks?

Under the ‘Terms and Conditions’ tab at www.supplygov.ie y

How do I quote for business under the€25,000 eTenders threshold?

In compliance with national requirements, Tipperary County Council is participating in national procurement arrangements as they come on stream. We are also developing our own frameworks where required. There will be fewer and fewer one-off quotation arrangements as the roll-out of frameworks continue. Any existing panels or other arrangements will be succeeded by advertised systems over time. These arrangements will advertised on eTenders. So another reminder, that no matter what goods or services you provide, you will receive notification if registered on eTenders with all the codes indicated if you wish to be informed.

For those goods and services the organisation uses occasionally and come under the threshold:

  • Be registered with SupplyGov – requests for quotations (RFQs) for under €25,000 aggregate spend
  • See advertisements in the local newspapers

What goods and services can I register to supply under Quotations on SupplyGov?

To find what categories exist, or might be developed under the Quotation side of SupplyGov, contact the Customer Service Helpdesk. Phone: 076 1064020. email: eproc@kerrycoco.ie

How do I initiate business with Tipperary County Council

Register appropriately with www.eTenders.gov.ie and www.SupplyGov.ie, and then you will receive notification when tenders are advertised.

Where does Tipperary County Council advertise its tenders?

Primarily on eTenders (www.etenders.gov.ie)
It is a government requirement that the organisation’s aggregate spend of over €25,000 on goods and services; €50,000 on works; €10,000 on ICT are advertised on eTenders. If the spend is €209,000 on goods and services; €5,225,000 on works, they are also advertised in the OJEU (Official Journal of the European Union) via eTenders.
However...
Tipperary County Council participates in national level procurement arrangements that are advertised on eTenders by

  • The Office of Government Procurement (OGP)
  • SupplyGov under the auspices of Kerry County Council and
  • Regional arrangements

So, to find what Tipperary County Council is tendering, it is important that suppliers Register appropriately with www.eTenders.gov.ie and www.SupplyGov.ie

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