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Lowry welcomes funding for Tipperary projects

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DEPUTY MICHAEL LOWRY WELCOMES FUNDING TOTALLING €913,266 FOR PROJECTS IN TIPPERARY THROUGH THE TOWN & VILLAGE RENEWAL SCHEME 2018

Deputy Michael Lowry is delighted to announce that funding totalling €913,266 has been allocated to 8 projects in Tipperary through the Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2018. This year the Town & Village Renewal Scheme focuses on projects, which can help to enhance rural towns and villages, with a particular emphasis on stimulating economic development.

Deputy Lowry stated: Our towns and villages are the heart of our rural communities. This years Town and Village Renewal Scheme is designed to help breath life back into our rural towns and villages, I’m delighted that this funding was allocated to eight projects in Tipperary.

Tipperary Co Council Aglish Install a footpath with street lighting, linking village, the park and village hall. €78,400

Tipperary Co Council Carrick on Suir Upgrade existing heritage centre €174,362

Tipperary Co Council Cashel Public realm improvements €200,000

Tipperary Co Council Cloughjordan Extension of local woodland walking trail €21,600

Tipperary Co Council Nenagh Public realm improvements €100,000

Tipperary Co Council Puckane Village enhancements €116,904

Tipperary Co Council Terryglass Public Realm Improvements €152,000

Tipperary Co Council Thurles Production of 10 year integrated renewal strategy for town centre €70,000