Tipperary County Council

14
June
2017

Cahir Town Centre Urban Design Strategy - Public Submissions

Cahir Town Centre Urban Design Strategy - Public Submissions

Town Centres are going through transformational change and Cahir is at a cross roads. It can either follow the existing trend for rural towns or be brave and take an opportunity to determine its own more viable future. Tipperary County Council are seeking submissions from every section of the community in Cahir around how The Square in Cahir can be used to deliver a new future for the town and how traffic could be better managed/accommodated in this context. The Cahir Local Area Plan 2011 seeks to redevelop the Square as a landscaped, civic plaza in a manner that enhances the Town Centres and improves the Vitality and Vibrancy of the area – your views and ideas as to how this could be achieved would be valued Following Submissions, workshops will be held around options which will inform the design brief and further public consultations A design team will be appointed following the above processes to produce a detailed public realm proposal for The Square, including an assessment of traffic management and car parking. Anyone interested in submitting views and ideas towards the project is invited to do so via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by post in an envelope clearly marked ‘Public Submission for Cahir Town Centre Redevelopment’ and sent to Clonmel Borough District Engineer, Tipperary County Council, Emmet Street, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary The closing date for receipt of submissions is the 31/7/2017

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Written by: Tipperary County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Tipperary County Council

12
June
2017

Weekly Planning Alert issued by Tipperary County Council

Weekly Planning Alert issued by Tipperary County Council

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Written by: Tipperary County Council Categories: Planning, Tipperary County Council

09
June
2017

Local Government Communities Facilties Scheme 2017

Local Government Communities Facilties Scheme 2017

REMINDER Closing Date 30th June 2017 Tipperary Local Community Development Committee seeking applications from community groups for funding under the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government’s Communities Facilities Scheme 2017 On 10th March 2017, the Minister of State for Communities and the National Drugs Strategy, Catherine Byrne TD, announced a new Capital grants scheme for disadvantaged urban and rural areas. The Scheme will run initially from July 2017-December 2017 and is focused on providing small-scale capital grants to help grass roots community projects get underway or take the next step towards completion. In County Tipperary the Scheme is being administered, on behalf of the Department, by Tipperary Local Community Development Committee along with the five Municipal Districts of Tipperary County Council. The aim of the Scheme is to enhance communities, address disadvantage and improve social cohesion at a local level by providing access to small-scale capital grants. The Scheme will offer grants up to a maximum of €1,000 per project. The maximum amount of €1,000 is small, acknowledging that there would be other grant schemes for larger works. This would cover the cost of, for example, office equipment, project resources, research facilities or maintenance of premises, etc. for voluntary groups. Applications are now being invited for funding under this Scheme. The closing date for receipt of completed applications is Friday 30th June 2017 at 5pm. Late applications will NOT be accepted. It is anticipated that Municipal Districts will make their final decision to approve or deny applications at their meetings during September 2017. The Application Form and a Scheme Guidelines Document are now available for download here on Tipperary County Council’s website. For any queries please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Written by: Tipperary County Council Categories: Community Notices, Tipperary County Council

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