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Inverclyde Independent Retailers Growth Programme A programme being delivered by Inverclyde Council and supported by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund aimed at indepdendent retailers to offer practical and financial support to help businesses grow.
New road brings new opportunities to James Watt Dock A new 200-metre road has been built linking Greenock's James Watt Dock with Garvel Island and the Great Harbour to open up space for future development.
Community Council nominations open Nominations are now being accepted for people to represent their community council ahead of potential elections.
A78 Wemyss Bay drainage improvements Important information from trunk road operator Amey about drainage works on the A78 at Wemyss Bay from Monday 22 January-Friday 16 February 2024.
£3.2m West Blackhall Street revamp begins Work has now started on the regeneration of West Blackhall Street to make it more attractive and accessible for shoppers and visitors.
£54k for Watt Institution digital project Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) has announced that £421,857 has been awarded to 9 museums across the country, including Inverclyde Council’s Watt Institution, thanks to support from the Scottish Government.
Get involved with volunteering outdoors in the new year Inverclyde Ranger service is looking for more people to get involved
Council chief made an MBE The chief executive of Inverclyde Council has been named in the King’s New Year’s Honours List.