This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Blueprint for net zero in social housing A new report calls on social landlords across Scotland to work together with Scottish Government to achieve net zero carbon emissions.
£400k play parks investment Councillors have approved over £400,000 of spending on new play parks at six Inverclyde locations.
Open water safety warning A safety representative is encouraging people in Inverclyde to take care in and around open water during the current spell of warm and sunny weather.
Lee Jeans 40th anniversary event Inverclyde Council has organised a celebratory dinner in Greenock Town Hall to honour the staff who famously occupied their workplace for almost seven months in 1981 to save their livelihoods.
£1m alcohol and drug jobs pilot A NEW £1 million pilot scheme has been launched to help 30 young Inverclyde men with alcohol or drug dependencies turn their lives around by getting them into work.
£1.8m indoor tennis centre plans served up A full planning application has now been submitted for a state-of-the-art facility indoor tennis centre at Rankin Park in Greenock.
Historic links to slavery survey People are being encouraged to have their say on Inverclyde’s historical links to slavery and how they should be remembered.
Ballot intention in pay dispute Inverclyde Council has been formally notified by Trades Union UNISON of their intention to ballot employees for strike action.
Repairs service relaunches for free Inverclyde Council’s small repairs service, part of Care & Repair, is back up and running having been severely restricted during the coronavirus pandemic.