Dan Breen House and the Canon Hayes Recreation Centre will progress to design and planning stage.

Tipperary Sinn Fein Councillor Tony Black has welcomed Tipperary County Council’s proactive step to
invest a significant amount of money to progress two of the three unsuccessful elements of the last
Rural Regeneration and Development fund application for Tipperary town.
Cllr Black said:
“I would like to commend Tipperary County Council for their assistance and vision for Tipperary
“At a cost of €1 million, Tipperary County Council is saying that it will do all it can ensure that plans
to repurpose Dan Breen House and to transform the Canon Hayes Recreation Centre, will progress
to design and planning stage.
“This is great news for Tipperary town, and I would like to thank the officials of Tipperary County
Council for their proactive response to what was a disheartening outcome to the application for
Rural Regeneration and Development funding
“This is a really positive boost for Tipperary town, and gives us confidence that we can get to a stage
where we can apply for funding to deliver these projects to the people of Tipperary town.”