Your council, your say

Have your say on council consultations and review the content of closed consultations by Inverclyde Council and our partners.

On this page you will find Inverclyde Council's open consultations.

The current open consultations are:

 

Gourock Parking Consultation 2019

We are looking for your views on whether ‘parking discs’ should be removed from Gourock town centre.

Parking discs are used by drivers to show what time they arrived in a parking space in what’s known as the ‘disc zone’. It has been suggested that the parking discs are not working in Gourock and they should be removed. Councillors have discussed this and are keen to hear the views of the community whether you are a resident or a visitor.

Removing the discs would mean that streets such as Kempock Street and Kempock Place would still have the same one hour limit and Lower Kempock Street would keep its three hour limit. It would just mean you wouldn’t need to display a disc with the time you parked on it. Even without displaying the disc, drivers who overstayed the limit could still receive a penalty charge notice.

You can let us know by completing our online survey. Please use the external link on the left hand side of this page.  

Closing date Sunday 21 July 2019          

 

Proposed disposal of Land at Kirn Drive - June/July 2019

Inverclyde Council is proposing to dispose of two areas of land by Kirn Drive, Gourock, and has published a notice to this effect in a local newspaper in terms of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1959 S.27 (2A) (as amended).

These two areas of land are shown shaded pink on the plan which be downloaded from the link in the documents section of this page. 

The prospective purchaser intends to develop the areas for housing. The proposed development includes road widening works to parts of Kirn Drive.

As part of the development proposals currently being considered, the site of the former site of St Ninian’s Primary School, Staffa Street, Gourock may be developed as public open space, and may also be disposed of by the Council.  This site is shown shaded green on the plan which be downloaded from the link in the documents section of this page. 

Any person may object to the proposal either by email to property@inverclyde.gov.uk or in writing to:

The Head of Legal and Property Services,
Inverclyde Council,
Municipal Buildings,
Clyde Square,
GREENOCK,
PA15 1LX.

Objections should be made by no later than 5.00 pm on 31 July 2019 and should state the grounds on which they are made.

 

Inverclyde Council consultations
Name of consultation

Closing date

Quarrier's Homes Conservation Area Appraisal - 30th May 2019 CLOSED
West Blackhall Street evening consultation event, May 2019 CLOSED

Inverclyde Health & Social Care Strategic Plan 2019-2024 Consultation

CLOSED

Review of Polling Stations 2019

CLOSED

Final British Sign Language 2018

CLOSED

Lady Alice Bowling Club 2018

CLOSED

Budget Consultation 2018

 

CLOSED

 

Page last updated: 14 June 2019