5 unique districts

Discover each of Tipperary’s 5 unique municipal districts, providing the very best
in lifestyle, education and infrastructure.

Clonmel

Clonmel-Cahir is Tipperary’s southernmost and largest municipal district, with access to a highly skilled workforce. The District is home to a host of multinational organisations and is a key strategic logistics hub for the integration of port, shipping, road and rail freight services that link the UK and mainland Europe.

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Carrick-on-suir

Carrick-on-Suir is located in the south east of County Tipperary and is a 15–20 minute drive from the M9 Dublin– Waterford. It is in a spectacular setting, nestled in the lush valley between Slievenamon to the north-west and the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains to the south.

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Cashel-Tipperary

Located in the western part of County Tipperary, the District has two towns within its region – Tipperary and Cashel. West Tipperary is a central location to operate business from with key arterial routes linking all major cities and airports.

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Nenagh

Nenagh is Tipperary’s largest and northernmost District with an existing base of large scale indigenous industry.
The District has potential as a location for a vibrant and diverse enterprise mix including major research and development functions, tourism, water-based and outdoor recreation, renewable energy and emerging sectors such as agritech, life sciences, financial services, and engineering.

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Templemore-Thurles

Located in the eastern part of County Tipperary, the Templemore Thurles Municipal District has three towns
within its precinct – Thurles, Templemore and Roscrea. Thurles, to the south of the district is 5 km (3 miles)
from the M8 (Cork–Dublin) motorway. Roscrea is beside the M7 (Limerick–Dublin) motorway to the north of the
County and Templemore is equidistant to both the M7 and M8 motorways – providing a 1-hour catchment population of 803,726.

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