€320,000 Allocated To Co. Tipperary Under Streetscape Enhancement Initiative

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Six Tipperary Towns have been nominated for funding under the recently announced  Streetscape Enhancement Initiative. County Tipperary had been allocated 320,000 as part of an overall funding allocation of 7 million euros. The towns nominated for Tipperary are: Nenagh, Carrick on Suir, Cashel, Cahir, Roscrea  and Rosegreen

124 towns nationwide were announced today by Minister heather Humprheys – Projects  will  include upgrades to building facades, artwork, murals, lighting, street furniture and canopies and actions to remove street clutter.

The investment is designed to make rural towns and villages more colourful, vibrant and attractive places. Under the scheme, property owners will be provided with funding to improve the facades of their buildings, carry out artwork and install features such as canopies and street furniture.

The 124 towns and villages announced by the Minister today were selected by each local authority, which will now begin the process of advertising locally for applications. Minister Humphreys today encouraged business and property owners in any of the 124 towns and villages selected to contact their local authority for information on how to apply.