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New early learning centre consultation Inverclyde Council is seeking to turn the current Blairmore Nursery into an early learning centre and recruit a new head of centre.
2023 Garden Waste permits on sale now Garden waste permits are on sale now ahead of the start of the 2023 brown bin collections resuming in March.
Inverclyde selected for childcare pilot The local authority has received short-term funding of just over £100,000 from the Scottish Government to become an ‘early adopter’ in the design and development of community-based childcare for school-age children.
Innovative £150k social worker recruitment scheme approved Inverclyde is introducing an innovative £150,000 scheme to recruit newly qualified social workers.
New £3m Greenock nursery official opening The new Larkfield Early Learning Centre was officially opened by Councillor Jim Clocherty.
Project to provide step-free access at Port Glasgow due to start Work on a £5m project to improve accessibility at Port Glasgow station in Inverclyde is set to commence next month.
Councillors unite in funding plea to First Minister A GROUP of cross-party and independent Inverclyde councillors have joined forces to press the case for more funding from the Scottish Government to help prevent jobs losses and severe cuts to services.
New environment and regeneration director appointed A new environment and regeneration director at Inverclyde Council has been appointed.