This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Partner press release: New homes completed across Inverclyde Nearly 100 much-needed new homes have been built in Inverclyde by Sanctuary.
Business ventilation fund open Small and medium-sized enterprises can now claim back costs of up to £2,500 for any repairs or improvements made to enhance natural airflow in their premises.
Christmas lights events 2021 Excitement is building ahead of the return of Christmas lights switch-on events to towns and villages across Inverclyde.
Raising awareness of violence against women and girls The annual ‘16 days of Activism' campaign shines a light on gender-based violence and runs from 25 November-10 December.
Scottish Youth Parliament election result Inverclyde has elected two new members of the Scottish Youth Parliament.
£93k tenant support fund launched The council has launched the Tenant Grant Fund to support people in social and private rented accommodation locally who are at risk of becoming homeless through financial hardship caused by coronavirus.
Partner press release: Public artworks celebrating Inverclyde’s past, present and future unveiled at Greenock Waterfront Public artworks celebrating Inverclyde’s past, present and future unveiled at Greenock Waterfront.
New crossing improves town centre and waterfront links The new toucan crossing at the foot of William Street stretches across the busy A8 Dalrymple Street trunk road and connects onto Custom House Way and down to the quayside.
Cruise seminar docks in Greenock A cruise seminar bringing together representatives from the travel, tourism and hospitality sectors docked in Greenock to help businesses in Inverclyde and west-central Scotland prepare for visitors in 2022.
Partner press release: Library service honoured Inverclyde library service highly commended by the Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC) at the inaugural ‘The SLIC Award 2021’.