Tipperary Local Economic and Community Plan (LECP) sets out, for six years, the objectives and actions needed to promote and support the economic and community development of the county.
The Local Economic and Community Plan (LECP) is the primary tool for delivering actions from national and regional strategies at a local level. It is designed to integrate actions and initiatives related to economic and community development in Tipperary into a single unified strategy.
The strategy conforms with the Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy for the Southern Region. Over the lifetime of the county’s first LECP (2015-2020), substantial progress was made towards implementing the plan's High-Level Goals through a coordinated effort between the County Council and other local agencies and organisations.
The High-Level Goals that form part of the Tipperary LECP 2024-2029 build on the foundation of the first LECP and include new elements that will support the vision set out in the County Development Plan 2022-2028: - ‘Tipperary will be a vibrant place where people can live, visit and work in a competitive and resilient economy, a sustainable environment, and an inclusive and active community’.