This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Tier three level for Inverclyde Comment from Inverclyde Council Leader following the Scottish Government announcement on Inverclyde being allocated to the new tier three level for covid-19.
Community urged to mark Remembrance Sunday in a new way In line with national guidance on staging events, there will be no official Remembrance services taking place in Inverclyde on Sunday 8 November 2020, and people are being advised not to gather at war memorials to support the guidance on social and physical distancing.
Clean bill of health for accounts Inverclyde Council’s annual accounts have been given a clean bill of health as they are presented to councillors this week. The accounts are audited by Audit Scotland and their report to councillors highlights the impact covid has and the continued uncertainty it is expected to have on public finances going forward.
Flu jags update Inverclyde Council’s health and social care committee have sought to reassure those who have not yet been invited for their flu jab appointment that they will be contacted soon.
£6m Greenock school revamp complete St Mary’s Primary has been extended and completely refurbished in time for the return of pupils and staff after the October break.
Covid business disruption fund open Businesses in Inverclyde affected by recent coronavirus restrictions can now apply for a share of a multi-million pound disruption fund.
Self-isolation grants for Inverclyde workforce Grants of up to £500 are now available to support workers in Inverclyde who have been forced to self-isolate because of coronavirus.