Tipperary County Councillors To Meet Regarding Budget For 2024


Tipperary County Councillors are to meet on November 24th to consider a budget for 2024.

The 40 Councillors have had one workshop in recent weeks to consider the options available as to spending choices and revenue raising options. A further workshop is to be held next week in advance of the vote on Friday.  Commercial rates are the largest local source of revenue for Tipperary Council followed by the Local Property Tax – the Local Property Tax will remain unchanged for property owners this year as Councillors agreed an increase in 2022 to cover two years. The Tipperary County Council Annual budget for 2023 is approximately €205 million and the 2024 Draft Budget proposes expenditure in the order of €234 million.  

The draft budget is on display in the two civic offices in Nenagh and Clonmel as of today. Any person seeking a copy of the draft budget is required to pay a fee of €5.