This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
£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.
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.
Library service honoured Inverclyde library service highly commended by the Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC) at the inaugural ‘The SLIC Award 2021’.
Care worker recruitment event A care worker recruitment event will take place in the Port Glasgow on Friday 19 November 2021 from 9am-4pm.
Quarriers marks 150th anniversary with work announced for community memorial Quarriers has marked its 150th anniversary with the announcement of its intention to create a memorial in Quarriers Village.
Ship recycling deal to create 100 local jobs in Inverclyde A long-term deal has been signed that will create around 100 jobs in Inverclyde and see the giant Inchgreen Dry Dock become an export hub for the responsible decommissioning of global shipping fleets.
Greenock city status bid backed Greenock will be in the running to become a new city after the idea was supported by Inverclyde councillors.
Council leader backs funding plea Councillor Stephen McCabe is lending his support to the ‘Live Well Locally’ campaign launched by council umbrella body COSLA.