Inverclyde Council

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Housing provider Sanctuary is on site in Inverclyde building 96 much-needed homes for social rent. Forty four flats in Greenock will complement 52 homes in Port Glasgow, a mix of houses, flats and cottage flats.

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Inverclyde Council has launched a new scheme to guarantee the deposit on a privately rented property for homeless people, people at risk of becoming homeless and people on low incomes. The £30,000 Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS) enables the council to guarantee to pay the deposit on a privately

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Cloch Housing Association is to cease developing and delivering Care & Repair and the Small Repairs Service for Inverclyde Council, bringing an end to an 18-year partnership. From April 1 the service will be delivered by another organisation after a 42% budget cut from the local authority proved

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Oak Tree Housing Association is set to move into a new Inverclyde headquarters having out-grown its present office space. In an attempt to stay as close to the town centre as possible, the Association has purchased the former Greenock Registry Office building at 40 West Stewart Street from Inverclyd

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Future Skills Inverclyde has launched a brand new budgeting service for residents of Inverclyde called Total Money Makeover which looks at practical ways to save money. The advice given is tailored to individual needs, regardless of income. The scheme can also benefit Universal Credit claimants who

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Sean Duffy, chief executive of Wise Group Inverclyde residents are set to benefit in the ongoing fight to eradicate fuel poverty after one of Scotland’s biggest social enterprises won two key contracts to deliver vital services for three of the region’s main housing associations.

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Link Group Ltd, in partnership with Oak Tree Housing Association, has confirmed its plans to build 198 high-quality, energy efficient homes on the site of the former Ravenscraig Hospital in Greenock. The £24 million development will include a mix of terraced houses and cottage flats for social rent

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River Clyde Homes has teamed up with Inverclyde Council to launch a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to rent or buy a home in the Inverclyde area. Free and simple to use, Your Housing Options Inverclyde provides information, advice and support for house hunters. This includes contact details for est

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A woman has been evicted from her property in lower Port Glasgow after being found guilty of the possession of unlawful drugs with the intention of supplying, from her home, those drugs to other persons. Anne Parker was evicted from the property in Kelburn Terrace on Tuesday 18 April 2017. Ms Parker

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