This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Deprivation figures show need for core investment Call for investment in core local government services as deprivation figures reveal Greenock Town Centre as Scotland's 'most deprived' area.
Garden waste collection service permits go on sale Green fingered Inverclyde residents are being urged to get a permit for Inverclyde Council’s garden waste collection service.
MasterChef takes over Home Economics class in St Columba's HS, Gourock Gary Maclean, winner of the BBC’s MasterChef: The Professionals Champion 2016, cooked up a storm at St Columba’s High School in Gourock this week.
£19.2m boost for Greenock cruise liner passenger facilities Greenock’s thriving cruise ship market is set to receive a £19.2m boost as work nears completion on major new berthing facilities.
Scottish Enterprise grant helps Diodes Incorporated grow for the future in Greenock Semiconductor manufacturer Diodes Incorporated has received a £13.7m funding package enabling its future growth in Greenock.
Budgets are at breaking point warning COSLA President Councillor Alison Evison has today warned that years without fair funding has meant that councils’ budgets are at breaking point. The call for investment in local government have been back by Inverclyde Council leader Councillor Stephen McCabe.