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Tipperary County Council (TCC)


Tipperary County Council (TCC) is the FIERE Lead Partner. It took over the role from the South-East Regional Authority (SERA) which was abolished in June 2014 due to a reconfiguration of regional government structures in Ireland.
TCC is a local government authority made up of 40 Elected Members who are directly elected by the local community and employs approximately 1,000 people. The local authority is responsible for an extensive range of public services such as social housing, environmental functions (water, wastewater and waste), planning and development, libraries, arts and culture facilities, local roads and fire services.

Local Authorities also play a key role in supporting economic development and enterprise at local level. The Community & Economic Development function of the local authority is seen to be of significant importance and is critical to the success of many initiatives which drive local communities. These range from local festivals and events, design of streetscapes and village renewal schemes, support for micro-enterprises (through its Local Enterprise Office (LEO)), Research & Innovation Centre (in collaboration with Limerick Institute of Technology), Business Development Parks and incubation units, involvement in energy efficiency products, planning for major investments in the green economy, promotion of rural broadband and Food Producer’s Network. 

TCC works in partnership with other relevant agencies to promote County Tipperary as an attractive location for investment including Foreign Direct Investment, indigenous industry and other enterprise.
For more information, visit www.tipperarycoco.ie

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Tipperary County Council,
Civic Offices,
Clonmel, Co. Tipperary,
Ireland

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+353 (0) 761 06 5000

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info@fiereproject.com

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