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Standardised Parking Consultation Consultation launched to get the views of residents and visitors on standardising parking across Inverclyde.
Child loss support increased Greater support for Inverclyde Council staff who suffer the loss of a child has been unanimously backed by councillors.
Comet Festival set to sparkle The Comet Festival returns to Coronation Park, Port Glasgow, on Saturday 25 June 2022.
New car park for Greenock Town Centre A new car park has opened in Greenock Town Centre providing 20 spaces.
Council leader welcomes Clyde Green Freeport bid submission The leader of Inverclyde Council has welcomed an ambitious proposal to create up to 30,000 new jobs, attract £2.5 billion of capital investment and transform nearly 600 hectares of vacant and derelict land in key locations, including Inverclyde.
Changes to food waste recycling service Food waste collections in Inverclyde will switch from weekly to fortnightly from next month.
Make the most of your free bus travel throughout summer Free bus travel makes it easier to get round and make the most of your summer holidays.
People in Inverclyde urged to take part in Census Coverage Survey The Census Coverage Survey (CCS) is the second largest social research exercise in Scotland after the census itself, covering around 1.5% of households nationwide including some in Inverclyde.
Support for ambitious Clyde green freeport bid A multi-billion pound bid for an ambitious air, sea and rail economic zone on the River Clyde, backed by a unique public private partnership, is being finalised.
Over 40 apprenticeships available Applications are now being accepted for over 40 posts through Inverclyde Council’s successful apprenticeship programme.