This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
£450k Inverclyde regional park upgrades FACILITIES at Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park sites in Inverclyde are set for upgrades totalling almost £450,000.
October holiday hubs registration now open Families in Inverclyde are being encouraged to book a place on the holiday hubs which are open for children and young people aged 5-18 years. The hubs are free of charge to working families on low income and entitled to free school meals and clothing grants.
Greenock’s East India Harbour improvement works begin Improvement works at Greenock’s East India Harbour will be carried out by Sustrans, the walking, cycling and wheeling charity.
Time to have your say on Greenock city bid There's still time to have your say on an ambitious bid to achieve city status for Greenock as part of the Platinum Jubilee. The survey is open until 3 October 2021
Bank and postal closures review call Inverclyde Councillors have called for a root and branch review of bank and post office closures and how they have affected communities across Inverclyde.
WASPI campaign support Inverclyde Councillors have re-affirmed their support for women affected by changes to state pensions.
Call for halt to ferry tenders Councillors at Inverclyde Council have called for the ferry tender process being carried out by CMAL to be immediately halted and for direct awards to Ferguson Marine.
Support for people in Inverclyde who are living with dementia is being highlighted to mark World Alzheimer’s Month. Staff are leading the way in community based services to support people living with dementia.
Could Greenock become a city? Consultation launched to get views on a proposal to bid for city status for Greenock as part of the Platinum Jubilee.
Disappointment at ferry contract announcement Inverclyde Council leader has expressed disappointment that Port Glasgow’s Ferguson Marine has not been shortlisted for new ferry contracts.