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Businesses have till October 1 to apply for short-term lets licensing scheme BUSINESSES across Inverclyde are being reminded they have just a few weeks to apply for the Scottish Government’s Short-term Let Licensing Scheme.
Information on RAAC – Inverclyde Council Having carried out a comprehensive assessment of our school estate we are currently undertaking a review of our entire property estate to identify the presence of Reinforced Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (RAAC)
Something for everyone this Doors Open Days weekend Visitors can take to the stage this Doors Open Days as a host of Inverclyde's fascinating buildings are set to take part in the fun two-day event.
Launch of Inverclyde Macmillan Improving the Cancer Journey Service A new service to ensure people living with cancer and their families are offered emotional, practical and financial support has been launched in Inverclyde.
Consultation on Proposed Sale of Land at Wateryetts Drive, Kilmacolm Inverclyde Council is proposing to dispose of an area of land at Wateryetts Drive, Kilmacolm to MacTaggart & Mickel Homes Limited in connection with their proposed development of private housing on a larger site adjacent to the Land.
£70m regeneration plan An ambitious £70 million plan to revitalise and regenerate key areas of Inverclyde has been put to a senior government figure in a bid to attract vital funding.
Alcohol-related deaths figures 2023 A statement on the latest alcohol-related deaths figures published by the National Records of Scotland (NRS).
New £20m Inverclyde cruise visitor centre launched The project, led by Inverclyde Council, is part of the £1 billion Glasgow City Region City Deal funded by the Scottish and UK governments (£10.4m), with contributions from Peel Ports (£8m), operators of the existing Greenock Ocean Terminal, and the George Wyllie Foundation via Dunard Fund (£1.7m).
Drug death figures 2023 A statement on the latest drug-related deaths figures published by the National Records of Scotland (NRS).
Free school meals for all primary pupils Free school meals for all primary pupils is on the menu in Inverclyde after the council became the first in Scotland to introduce the policy in time for the new term.