Equality Impact Assessments - Inverclyde Council Budget 2023/25


Environment, Regeneration and Resources
  • Anti-Poverty - Crisis Grant Uplift
  • Benefits Assessor
  • Burial Charges/Cremation Income
  • Central Repairs Budget
  • Commercial and Industrial Rent Increase
  • Reduction in Employability Service
  • Reduction in Roads Repairs Budget
  • Car Parking Charging
  • Business Permit Parking Charges
Education, Communities and Organisational Development
  • Access to a Teacher - Early Years
  • Anti-Poverty Funding - Credit Union Rates Relief
  • Anti-Poverty Funding - Fare Share Membership
  • Anti-Poverty Funding - Implement the National Qualifying Criteria for Clothing Grants
  • Anti-Poverty Funding - Reduce Clothing Grant to National Award for Primary School Pupils
  • Anti-Poverty Funding - Implement National Qualifying Criteria for Free School Meals
  • Anti-Poverty Funding - Outdoor Learning P6
  • Anti-Poverty Funding - Removal of 1-2 miles Free School Meal Transport Grant
  • Beacon Arts Contribution
  • Reduction of Community Safety Strategy support by 1 full-time equivalent post
  • Corporate Policy Reduction in Policy and Performance Team
  • Removal of additional Fruit for Schools
  • Secondary Gaelic Transport - Remove Provision
  • Reduce Janitorial Provision
  • Cease Saturday Music Service
  • Reduce School Let Availability and Introduce Charges for Uniformed Organisations


The Equality Impact Assessments are available to view by clicking on the links in the Documents section of this page.


The Inverclyde Council 2023/25 Revenue Budget - Fairer Scotland Duty Statement, together with the Child Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment, are also available to view by clicking in the Documents section of this page.


The Council's Revenue Budget 2023/25 was discussed at a meeting of Inverclyde Council on 15 December 2023.  You can find the papers for this meeting by clicking in the Related Links section of this page.