This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Inverclyde Leisure serves up successful bid for tennis courts cash Inverclyde Leisure has served an ace in its efforts to win £850,000 from the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), Tennis Scotland and sportscotland for new local tennis facilities.
Council wins bronze award for fight against discrimination Inverclyde Council’s work to combat the day-to-day discrimination experienced by LGBT people has been recognised by LGBT Youth Scotland with a bronze level Charter Award.
Inverclyde becomes first UK council to act to protect civilians from bombing Press release - Inverclyde Council has become the first council in the UK to back the campaign by Humanity & Inclusion to protect civilians living in areas where bombing is a part of daily life.
Local people to vote on how £350,000 in council cash is spent Local people are being given the chance to vote on which community groups should benefit from a £350,000 pot of Inverclyde Council cash.
Inverclyde Council raises council tax by 4.79% Inverclyde Council has decided to increase the council tax for 2019/20 by the maximum 4.79% recommended by the Scottish Government.
Zero tolerance approach to antisocial behaviour and drug dealing results in evictions River Clyde homes evicts tenants fro drug dealing and anti-social behaviour
HEEPS of help for local homes and businesses to cut fuel bills and improve energy efficiency Free energy efficiency checks for home owners and local businesses in Inverclyde.
£9.4m Inchgreen industrial hub surges forward £9.4m Inchgreen industrial hub clears administrative hurdle
Diodes acquires Texas Instruments Greenock A leading global semi conductor manufacturer and supplier announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire Texas Instruments’ wafer fabrication facility and operation in Greenock, Scotland.