Your Council, your say

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

Your Council, Your Say
Your Council, Your Say

Latest Inverclyde Council consultations:


  • Inverclyde Council best value assurance report May 2017
  • Expansion of Early Learning and Childcare from 600 hours to 1140 hours per year


  • Budget Consultation

  • Local Housing Strategy (2017-2022)

  • Community Justice Outcomes Improvement Plan (2017-2022)

  • Consultation on changes to mainstream school transport policy - NEW - Outcome report published and available to download

  • School’s Consultation: Kelly Street Children's Centre - NEW - Outcome report published and available to download below

  • School’s Consultation: Glenbrae Children’s Centre - NEW - Outcome report published and available to download below

  • Introduction of road humps/speed cushions on Parkhill Ave, Port Glasgow

  • Consultation on Inverclyde Carer & Young Carers Strategy 2016-2022

  • Review of policy for admission and pupil placements in mainstream school.

Inverclyde Council best value assurance report - May 2017

I hereby give public notice that Inverclyde Council (“the Council”) has by letter dated 3 May 2017 received from the Accounts Commission a report made by the Controller of Audit in terms of Section 102 of the Local Government (Scotland) 1973.

The above report is a Best Value Assurance Report made by the Controller of Audit and it will be considered by the Accounts Commission at its public meeting in Edinburgh on 11 May 2017.  The Best Value Assurance Report which has been received is available for public inspection.

Please note that the agenda and papers for the Accounts Commission’s meeting is accessed at the following email address:

Copies of the Best Value Assurance Report are also available from the Customer Service Centre, Municipal Buildings, Greenock PA15 1LX during normal office hours (where staff will be available to assist enquiries).

This notice is being displayed on the Council’s website, at the Customer Service Centre and at all public libraries within Inverclyde.

If you have any comments on the report, please write to:
Aubrey Fawcett
Chief Executive
Inverclyde Council
Municipal Buildings

8 May 2017

Consultation on Early Learning and Childcare in Inverclyde - July 2017

Inverclyde Council is asking parents and carers how they would like the new expanded-hours in nursery and childcare to be delivered.

The Scottish Government is planning to increase the funded provision from 600 hours per year to 1140 hours per year - approximately 30 hours a week - for eligible children.

The increase in provision is likely to be achieved by extending opening hours of existing nurseries – both Council and private - and extending the involvement of childminders.

The extra hours will be available to all children aged from 3 to 5 years and for some children aged 2 to 3 years and will be in place by 2020.

The consultation runs until 18 August 2017.

To take part use the link to the online survey on the left of this page.

Page last updated: 19 July 2017