This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
On Mon 20 Sept work starts on installing traffic lights on Container Way. On Monday 20 September work starts on installing new traffic lights, with pedestrian crossing facilities, at the Container Way and Custom House Way junction in Greenock.
Autumn Holiday Hubs are back for the October school week Plan ahead for the October school week with lots of free activities
Thomas cook The Civil Aviation Authority’s dedicated website is the best source of advice and information for Thomas Cook customers.
Inverclyde Council Leader seeks assurances on Ferguson Marine’s future Council Leader Stephen McCabe is calling on Derek Mackay, Finance Secretary, to provide assurances about the future of Ferguson Marine Engineering.
Kempock Street, Gourock, in the running for Great British High Street award Judges from the Great British High Street descend on Kempock Street in Gourock on Tuesday 17 September to see if it makes the grade as a Rising Star.
Local libraries launch free Discover IT courses Dazzled by downloads or at a loss with logins? Discover IT through a range of free courses available from the council’s Library Service.
Gourock Cemetery - headstone safety checks start 30 September Headstones at Gourock Cemetery are to undergo routine safety tests starting from Monday 30 September.
Weir Street shut for 8 weeks for junction improvements Weir Street in Greenock will be closed for eight weeks from Monday 9 September to allow the junction at Gibshill Road to be widened.
Council introduces £30 charge for collecting garden waste From March 2020, householders will have to pay £30 a year to have their garden waste taken away by the council.
Deadline looming for community council nominations The deadline for nominations for Inverclyde's community council elections is 4pm on Monday 16 September 2019.
£3m make-over for West Blackhall Street West Blackhall Street in Greenock is to get a £3million make-over to make it more attractive to visitors, shoppers and diners.
New parking charges needed to top up council budget Inverclyde Council is hoping to raise an extra £100,000 a year by introducing parking charges at six town centre car parks.
Toilets to close early in a bid to tackle antisocial behaviour Vandalism and antisocial behaviour has forced the council to change the opening hours at the Hunters Place and Kilbain Street public toilets.