This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Greenock residential care home among best in Scotland YOUNG people in a Greenock care home are receiving some of the best care in Scotland, according to the Care Inspectorate.
Record 'positive destination' figures for local school leavers A RECORD number of school leavers in Inverclyde are moving into employment, education or training, according to official figures.
Weight restriction introduced on Dunrod Road, Inverkip A 3 tonne weight restriction is being introduced on Dunrod Road, Inverkip.
Council Tax rises by 3% Band D Council Tax payers in Inverclyde will see their bills go up by £38.79 a year, after local councillors agree to increase the Council Tax by 3% increase.
Funding call to Minister Inverclyde's council leader, Councillor Stephen McCabe, has written to Scotland’s Minister for Public Finance and Digital Economy, Kate Forbes MSP to support COSLAs fair funding call following the publication of the Scottish budget.
Access your Council Tax account online The council has launched a new online Council Tax service so people can manage their money see their balance and payment history at a glance.
Budget reaction: hidden cuts for councils Inverclyde Council leader has highlighted that council’s core budgets look set to be reduced in a budget of ‘hidden cuts’ while COSLA President Councillor Alison Evison has expressed "disappointment" at the budget settlement.
Council tops up Tree of Tranquility fundraising drive Councillors have decided to donate £10,000 to a fund raising drive for a SiMBA Tree of Tranquility for bereaved local families.
Parly cash call Council set to bid for cash following deprivation figures and revelation of 'special case' funding opportunity.