Inverclyde Council

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Funding will be made available to enable housing associations to buy back factored properties from eligible homeowners if they wish to become tenants, the Scottish Government has confirmed. Local housing associations can utilise funding available through the Scottish Government’s Affordable Ho

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Construction has begun on a development of new homes in Greenock which will enable older people and people with disabilities to live as independently as possible. Blackwood Housing and Care is transforming MacLehose Court on Eldon Road into modern, self-contained flats which will support people with

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The site of a former power station at Inverkip could provide the location for a new ‘urban village’, subject to the outcome of a planning application submitted to Inverclyde Council by ScottishPower.

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Social enterprise The Wise Group has been chosen by Inverclyde Council to help lower home energy bills for 1,000 elderly residents in the area. Funding of £100,000 has been awarded to the Wise Group's Home Energy Advice Team (HEAT) to help keep Inverclyde's elderly residents warm and well

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Inverclyde Council’s budget has been approved at a meeting held in Greenock yesterday.  The local authority, which has already set its council tax separately from the budget, has reached a cross-party agreement through the council’s Members’ Budget Working Group (MBWG), which

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Inverclyde Council is to bid for ‘special case’ funding from the Scottish Government following the results of national deprivation figures. Last week, the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) statistics revealed that Greenock Town Centre was the ‘most deprived’ area

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Greenock town centre has replaced Ferguslie Park in Paisley as the most deprived area of Scotland, according to official figures. The latest update of the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) 2020 has been published which identifies the places in Scotland where people are experiencing disad

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New plans have been submitted by developers to demolish part of the Oak Mall in Greenock and build 123 new flats. The proposal was originally refused by planners earlier this year due to uncertainty surrounding the use of the prominent gap site which would be created.

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River Clyde Homes has joined forces with Morton in the Community to provide free football camps for children in Port Glasgow. Inverclyde Council has funded the project through its Participatory Budgeting Scheme where residents of Port Glasgow could vote for projects.

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