DISSOLUTION

The South-East Regional Authority was in existence from January 1994 until its dissolution on 31st May 2014.  In that time it had made a significant contribution as a regional tier of government in Ireland and was to the forefront in identifying, articulating and addressing the deficiencies, development needs and investment priorities of the Region.

The South-East Regional Authority comprised 35 elected members nominated by the city council and the five county councils in the region was a statutory body that covered counties Carlow, Kilkenny, South Tipperary, Waterford City, Waterford County and Wexford.


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