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Self-isolation grants online application Grants of up to £500 are available to support workers in Inverclyde who have been forced to self-isolate because of coronavirus.
Garden waste permits on sale Inverclyde residents can purchase permits for their brown bins online via the council website.
Sculpture work set to start The huge ‘Shipbuilder of Port Glasgow’ stainless steel figures designed and built by famous artist John McKenna will be delivered to their new, permanent home in the town’s Coronation Park on Sunday (30 January 2022) ahead of assembly beginning on Monday, subject to weather conditions.
Gourock recycling centre improvements Kirn Drive Recycling Centre in Gourock will close this weekend and move to a temporary home to allow for a £150,000 revamp.
Scotland v England 50th anniversary match A special football match between Scotland and England rising stars will take place in Greenock this summer to mark the 50th anniversary of the first official women’s international fixture.
Backing for neighbouring power plant The leader of Inverclyde Council is backing plans for a low-carbon power plant in neighbouring North Ayrshire.
Join our Children’s Panel Community New members are being sought for Inverclyde Children’s Panel to help improve the lives of the area’s young people.
Green light for 20mph idea Councillors have agreed in principle to introducing 20mph zones in key residential areas throughout Inverclyde to help improve road safety.
Fire and smoke alarms in Scottish homes The law on fire alarms is changing, meaning all Scottish homes will need to have interlinked alarms by February 2022.