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New housing strategy survey deadline extended The deadline to take part in the Inverclyde Local Housing Strategy Survey has been extended until Friday 7 October 2022.
Parking charges and changes to electric vehicle restrictions start on Monday Changes will come into effect on Monday 3 October 2022 and will also include charges being introduced for the first time in car parks in Port Glasgow and Gourock.
Parking buddies give friendly road safety advice Parking buddies are providing friendly road safety advice outside every Inverclyde primary school thanks to a new initiative from the council and local police.
HM The King Charles III A statement from Provost of Inverclyde, Drew McKenzie, following the proclamation of His Majesty The King Charles III.
HM The Queen Elizabeth II A statement from the Provost of Inverclyde, Drew McKenzie, and local and national arrangements updates following the death of Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II.
Safety cameras deployed at 2 new sites in Inverclyde 6 new safety cameras have commenced enforcement throughout Glasgow and Inverclyde in an effort to reduce the number of injury collisions on the road network.
Pitch perfect as £385k upgrades begin Work has started on the replacement of the 3G surface at Battery Park thanks to investment from Inverclyde Council and a grant from a Scottish FA fund, established through financial support from the UK Government’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), supported by Morton in the Community.
Children's hearings - call for volunteers Volunteer with Children’s Hearings Scotland (CHS) and make a difference in your community.
Have your say on new housing strategy The council is preparing a new Local Housing Strategy which will set out how the local authority and partners will deliver housing and housing services from 2023-28.
Industrial action update (Friday 2 September 2022) The three SJC trade unions have today (Friday 2 September 2022) indicated their intention to suspend the strike action planned over the next couple of weeks and will now consult their members on a revised pay offer.