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Tullamore Regeneration Framework – Consultation Survey Now Open

Offaly County Council with our Consultants Brady Shipman Martin are now seeking your views for the future of Tullamore Town Centre. We want to ensure that the Regeneration Framework meets the aspirations of the whole community and therefore we would like to hear from all stakeholders within the local community of Tullamore – from local residents, traders, business owners, shopkeepers to young people, students, senior citizens, community groups and clubs. The feedback that we will receive will help shape the future of Tullamore.

As part of our public consultation process, we are conducting an online survey for the purposes of gathering valuable information and feedback from you the public. We would love to hear from you and invite you to participate in our survey (see details below).

If you have any thoughts, ideas or opinions on any aspect of how Tullamore can be enhanced, we would like to hear from you. Any individual or interested parties can make a submission either through this online platform, or in writing to Offaly County Council:

Tullamore Regeneration Framework, Offaly County Council, Town Hall, Cormac Street, Tullamore, County Offaly, R35 WV59  | email:

Submissions can be made during the public consultation period which will run until 19th June 2023.

Cllr Neil Feighery, Cathaoirleach of Tullamore MD welcomed the first Public Consultation in the project “The Tullamore Regeneration Framework provides immense opportunity to Tullamore to reimagine and reinvigorate our County Town. It will strive to reveal the spirit of the town through an integrated approach encompassing design, planning, heritage, mobility and sustainability.”

Jean Ryan, Senior Executive Officer with Offaly County Council outlined “the Urban Regeneration Development programme and implementation of Town Centre First will focus on the public realm and urban fabric of the town, and will address the opportunities and challenges within Tullamore and incorporate them into a comprehensive, integrated Regeneration Plan”

Pauline Byrne from BSM added ‘the project team commissioned by Offaly County Council, would like to hear your views on what we should consider to enhance and improve Tullamore Town Centre. We would like to understand your aspirations for Tullamore and its future as a great place to live, work and visit’

The survey can be accessed via

as well as the Council’s social media feeds, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. 

People are encouraged to share the survey with as many friends and colleagues as possible.  The survey closes on Friday 19th June.