Your Council, your say

On these pages you will find information and updates on Inverclyde Council's current consultations and consultation which affect Inverclyde.

Your Council, Your Say
#YourSay

Latest Inverclyde Council consultations:

OPEN CONSULTATIONS:

  • Proposals for community uses of ground at Cove Road, Gourock (former McLean’s Yard)
    Stage one - open until 5pm on 28 February 2018, Stage two open until 20 March 2018

  • Proposal to address minor anomalies in school catchment areas. Open 4 January until 20 February 2018

 

Proposals for community uses of ground at Cove Road, Gourock (former McLean’s Yard)

Stage one - open until 5pm on 28 February 2018, Stage two open until 20 March 2018
Former McLeans Yard, Gourock
Former McLeans Yard, Gourock

The council wants to hear the views of the community on proposals for community use of the site at Cove Road, Gourock (former McLean’s Yard).

Previous consultation:

The council previously consulted on proposals to sell the site at Cove Road, Gourock (former McLean’s Yard), and taking into account of the responses  to that consultation,  decided to retain the site in Council ownership and to explore possible community uses for the site.

The site is shown in the plan that can be downloaded from the documents section of this page.

Current consultation:

Inverclyde Council has now launched a two stage consultation on community use proposals.

In this first stage, the council is inviting groups or individuals to submit proposals of any community uses that they wish use this site for.

Anyone wishing to submit proposals for a community use of the site may do so by no later than 5pm on 28 February 2018 either by email to: property@inverclyde.gov.uk

or in writing to
Head of legal and property services
Inverclyde Council
Municipal Buildings
Clyde Square
Greenock
Inverclyde PA15 1LX

Individuals or organisations submitting proposals should include their name, address and contact details in their response, and that such proposals may be published by the council as part of a future consultation.

Proposals should include:

  • details of the group or individual submitting,
  • the proposed community use,
  • the community benefit that this will bring, and
  • how the proposal will be funded, and if that funding is arranged.

Council staff will discuss proposals received with the individual or group submitting, with a view to adding them to a list of possible community uses.

Immediately after the closure of the first stage of the consultation on 28 February 2018, the council will start the second stage of the consultation. This will seek views and comment from the community on all of the community uses which have been proposed and which will remain open until 20 March 2018. Further details of this will appear on this page in due course.

The responses to both the stages of the consultation will be reported to a future meeting of the Environment and Regeneration Committee, and it is anticipated that will, if possible, be to the meeting on the 3 May 2018.

The council’s property assets team welcome any questions from or discussion with individuals or groups, be that on a specific proposal or on any other aspect of this consultation,  and they can be contacted 01475 712102 or property@inverclyde.gov.uk

Proposal to address minor anomalies in school catchment areas.
Open 4 January until 20 February 2018

Inverclyde Council is looking for your views on a proposal to make minor alterations to school catchment areas.

School catchment areas at council schools are defined by a street list based on historical maps. During work to bring the catchment areas into online up-to-date maps, some minor anomalies were identified.

Fixing these anomalies for school catchment areas requires a formal consultation.

The council has already written to all of the addresses affected by these minor anomolies to alert residents to the minor anomalies.

The consultation runs from 4 January until 20 February 2018 and full details can be downloaded from this page.

You can have your say online at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/V2J9CDJ

Two public meetings were held on Wednesday 7 February 2018
 at Notre Dame High School at 6.30pm and on Thursday 8 February 2018 at
Port Glasgow Community Campus at 6.30pm.

You will find three documents on this page to view and download:

  • Education catchment consultation proposal document

  • Education catchment consultation appendix one – consultation response form

  • Education catchment consultation appendix two – maps of affected areas

 

Page last updated: 16 February 2018