Cashel Development Plan 2009-2015
This Cashel and Environs Development Plan 2009-2015 sets out framework for the development and use of land within Cashel Town and Environs up to 2015 and beyond and pertains to lands within the administrative area of Cashel Town Council and South Tipperary County Council (from here referred to as the Council/Planning Authority) as illustrated on Map 1. The Cashel and Environs Development Plan 2009-2015 will be used to:
(i) Guide the day-to-day activities of the Council in terms of service provision;
(ii) Provide a policy and land use framework for development over the life of the Cashel and Environs Development Plan 2009-2015 and beyond; and,
(iii) Set out the policy objectives and development management standards of the Planning Authority.
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Cashel City Walls Capital Works Programme Ver1
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Tipperary Local Authorities Housing Application Form 2011
Cashel Town Parking Report
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Cashel Town & Environs Dev Plan 2009-2015
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACTS 2000-2012
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS 2001-2012
NOTICE OF THE INTENTION TO REVIEW THE CASHEL TOWN & ENVIRONS DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2009 - 2015 & TO PREPARE A NEW
DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE AREA
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 11 of the Planning and Development Acts 2000 — Z012 that Cashel Town Council and
South Tipperary County Council, being the Planning Authorities for the area, intend to review the existing Cashel Town and Environs Development Plan 2009 — 2015 and to prepare a new Development Plan for the area. The Planning Authorities intends to review the zoning of the area of the Development Plan for the purposes of developing the objectives and policies to deliver an overall strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development of the area of the Development Plan and the Core Strategy. The Review shall take account of the statutory obligations of any local authority in the area and any relevant policies or objectives for the time being of the Government or of any Minister of the Government.
The Planning Authorities will carry out a Strategic Environmental Assessment as part of the review to determine the likely significant effects on the environment of implementing a new plan (in compliance with the EU SEA Directive [2001/42/EC]).
The Issues Paper and Background Paper regarding the review of the existing Plan and the preparation of the new Development Plan, in addition to the Strategic Environmental Assessment Scoping Issues Paper and Habitats Directive Appropriate Assessment Screening Report are available for public inspection at the offices of Cashel Town Council, Cashel Civic Offices, Cashel and at the Planning Offices, South Tipperary Town Council, County Hall, Emmet Street, Clonmel. Details will also be available here for viewing.
Submissions or observations regarding objectives and policies to deliver an overall strategy for the proper planning and sustainable development of the area of the Development Plan may be made either in writing to the undersigned or via email to
email@example.com from Monday 10th May, Z013 to Friday 8th July. 2013 between the hours of 9a.m.— 1p.m. and Z p.m. 5 p.m.
(both dates inclusive). Submissions or observations received by e-mail will be accepted until 5pm on the 8th July 2013.
Children, or groups or associations representing the interests of children, are entitled to make submissions or observations. It should be noted that reguests or proposals for zoning of particular land for any purpose shall not be considered at this stage. Submissions or observations should be marked "Cashel Town & Environs Development Plan Review"
Members of the public are invited to attend a Public Meeting on the preparation of a new Development Plan which will take place on Tuesday the 23th May 2013 at 6.30 p.m. in the
Friar Street, Cashel.
Cashel Town Council,
Cashel Civic Offices,
List of Estates Eligible for Exemption from Property Tax
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South Tipperary Data Hub Launch
‘We have come, in our lifetimes, from a time when there was one or two telephones in our home area to today when we have unbelievable access to information at our fingertips’ said John Cross, Chairman of South Tipperary County Council at the launch of the county’s Data Hub by Paul Kehoe, T.D. Minister of State at the Department of the Taoiseach yesterday in Clonmel. The South Tipperary Data Hub (www.southtipperaryinfo.ie) is an initiative of South Tipperary County Development Board and is provided by South Tipperary County Council. The Hub aims at providing a one-stop-shop for easily accessible information for decision-making by agencies, organisations and businesses in the county. There is a growing national convergence in data sharing and presentation. The County Data Hub is South Tipperary’s significant contribution to that convergence.
The County Council is very proud of the site, which is at the cutting edge of local authority development. There are some other data hubs in the country but this data hub is unique. It genuinely brings a variety of data sets and information together from a variety of different sources into the one centre. It enables the end user to access it and understand it in a manner that suits their needs. It is efficient, saves time, cuts down on duplication and is at no cost to the citizen/business user.
The Data Hub draws from the work of the Central Statistics Office, Pobal and the All-Ireland Observatory in Maynooth University. It contains maps, statistics and documents essential to anybody researching current-day South Tipperary, links to national data sources such as IPlan and the CSO’s SAPmaps and local maps and data where available. While it is only a pilot project, there is an amazing amount of detailed information there, down to the level of individual housing estates and townlands in the country. As with all good data sources, it both informs and also poses more questions. Enterprise and economic development is one of the areas focused on in the site with, for example, a map which shows investment in enterprise in the county.
The Data Hub is a work in progress but it is already a model for other local authorities to consider. It is an important development of the services provided by a local authority to the public and will enhance the positive relationship between the council and the major stakeholders in the county, all of whom need data to play their work. It will significantly assist the Government to meet its objective of complying with the EU INSPIRE programme and the Government’s own objective of making local data accessible locally. The Data Hub and other projects like it, require, and will benefit from, the work of the CSO in developing a new statistical Code of Practice for use by the public service. This code will provide consistent approaches to data, classifications and a geo-spatial postcode. Minister Kehoe noted that it was hoped to issue the final tender for the national postcodes project shortly. He concluded by ‘congratulating the project, expecting that it will be of major benefit to all in South Tipperary and that you should be proud of what you have achieved’
The County Data Hub was guided by an inter-agency Steering Group, assisted by ExodeaEurope Consulting LimitedandAspiraCon Ltd. It was administered by the Council’s Community and Enterprise section, Director Sinead Carr and implemented by the Council’s Information Services Section, headed by Marion O Neill, with assistance from Ruth Maher and Eddie Meegan.
It will be sustained into the future by South Tipperary County Council’s Information Systems and other sections with inter-agency input and collaboration so as to provide better value and service to the citizen. The Council would be happy to assist any other local authority in the rolling out of the South Tipperary model to other counties.
Tipperary Reorganisation Implementation Plan
Minister Phil Hogan, T.D. has, on the 27th July 2012 indicated his agreement to the Implementation Plan prepared by the Tipperary Reorganisation Implementation Group. For a copy of the plan click on the below link.
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Tipperary Amalgamation Implementation Plan
Septic Tank Registration
If you own a septic tank or other domestic waste water treatment system you can register now online at www.ProtectOurWater.ie. ( Follow this link for on-line registration and payment.)
Alternatively forms are available and payment will be accepted at the following offices:-
South Tipperary County Council, Áras an Chontae, Emmet Street, Clonmel, Tel: 052 6134455
Clonmel Borough Council, Parnell Street, Clonmel, Tel: 052 6183800
Tipperary Town Council, Dan Breen House, Tipperary Town, Tel: 062 80700
Carrick on Suir Town Council, Town Hall, New Street, Carrick on Suir, Tel: 051 642100
Cashel Town Council, Civic Offices, Friar Street Cashel, Tel: 062 64700
Cahir Area Office, Erasmus Smith House, Cahir, Tel: 052 7468900
Or by downloading here;
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Septic Tank Registration: Irish Application Form
€5 up to 28/9/12
€50 from 29/9/12
You must register before 1st February, 2013
LoCall 1890 800 800 or log onto www.ProtectOurWater.ie
Anti Social Behaviour Policy
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Freeze Emergency- Immediate Action Against Frost
Temperatures can easily dip below freezing during the spring months and frozen pipes can be the result. If your pipes are frozen, it's important that you attempt to thaw them out for two reasons: you almost certainly need the water and you should be at home when the pipe thaws, in case it has ruptured. Here's a guide on what to do now to prevent frozen pipes and what to do if you suspect your pipes have frozen.
Cashel Town Council Parking Places Byelaws 2011 (11,248 kbs)
Disability Things to Know (11 kbs)
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