Common Good Asset Register

The common good estate is the land and buildings forming part of the common good now in the ownership of the Council. In March 2011 the Council completed a review of its heritable property from which a Common Good Asset Register has been produced and which is detailed in the table below. This register is a live document and will be periodically updated to reflect firstly any permitted sales by the Council, and secondly the identification of any further land and property as being in Council ownership and part of the common good. Any enquiries regarding this register should also be directed to the Council’s Legal Services.

Council officers will in due course conduct a review the terms of this register to update the same and with a view to adding moveable items to the land and property presently listed. As part of this review, there will be a consultation with the community on the contents of the register. Any individual or group who feel that there are particular items or properties which should be added to the register should contact Legal Services on the details shown in the contacts section of this page to discuss the possibility of their addition.



Albert Road Boat Platform
Albert Road Toilet
Ashton Boat House
Cove Rd Boat Yard & Slipway
Darroch Park
Gourock Pool
Kempock Street, gap site (former No.38, adjacent to No. 40)
Kempock Street, gap site (former No.16, adjacent to No.18)
Shore Street Toilet


Battery Park
Broomhill Park
Caddlehill Land
Dalrymple Street No 95
Drumfrochar Road No 18
Esplanade Toilets
Greenock Municipal Buildings and Town Hall
Hillend Bowling Club
Lady Alice Park (with former Hector McNeil Pool)
Lady Octavia Park
Larkfield Industrial Estate
Wellington Park Bowling Club
Wellpark Park (including former Wellpark Nursery)
Whinhill Golf Club

Port Glasgow

Bay Street (shops at No.s 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14)
Fyfe Shore Depot
Highholm Street/Balfour Street Land
John Wood Street (shops at No.s 1, 4, 5-13, 6, 8, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21 and 22)
Port Glasgow Baths
Port Glasgow Town Hall

It should be noted that the scope of this register includes only those properties which have been assesed as, in the opinion of Council Officers, meeting the legal tests for common good property. This assesment is based on the state of knowledge of such officers at the time of assesment, both as to the extent of Council ownership and the facts and circumstances surrounding individual properties. This assesment is therefore subject to change, in particular should relevant information come to the attention of officers or should there be any developments in the law relating to common good. The Council therefore reserves the right to amend this register at any time.