Plans Announced For Pedestrian Walkway For Tipperary Village


Tipperary County Council has opened a part 8 planning application on the creation of a walking path from The Sologhead Memorial to Limerick Junction Railway station and the N24.

The pathway will cover a distance of 2,715m and be 3m in width. The proposed development includes a 1.2m high timber stock-proof fence – where the path adjoins agricultural lands or runs adjacent to water courses, a 2.4m high welded mesh security fence – where the path runs along the boundary of Solohead GAA and Tipperary Racecourse, four fully accessible kissing gates on the walking path at land owner crossing points, field gates to provide land owner access across the pathway, and two pedestrian access gates to provide access to Tipperary Racecourse at the N24.

The plans are now on display online on the council website, in the Council office on Rosanna Road Tipperary town and in the council offices in Nenagh and Clonmel. The public can make submissions free of charge until July 12th by letter or by using the online portal on the council website available at this link here.