05 Dec 2021

Tipperary Town receives Seven Top Grades in Latest IBAL Report

Tipperary Town Centre

Tipperary Town deemed "Clean by European Norms"

Tipperary Town has been deemed “Clean to European Norms in the latest IBAL report. 

Seven sites were given top grades, with four receiving special mentions for their presentation.

Those sites were: 

  • The Excel Centre
  • Tipperary Town Shopping Centre car park
  • Kickham Place 
  • The public park at Emmet Street/Richmond Square

The report said these sites had not only improved in terms of litter but were also “very well presented and maintained.” 

The lowest grade of C was given to Main Street from Bank Place to Davis Street. 

Tipperary came 16 out of 40 towns and cities in this year’s Anti-Litter League.

IBAL stands for Irish Business Against Litter.

It is a group of businesses committed to creating litter-free environments in local communities. 

An Taisce compiled the IBAL Anti-Litter League Report.


Additional €549,269 allocated to Thurles Market Quarter

The exciting new development has been welcomed by Deputy Michael Lowry and Senator Garret Ahearn

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