Inverclyde Council

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South Lanarkshire Council has unveiled plans to double its house building programme to 1,000 new homes as it joined two other local authorities in Scotland to yesterday announce a voluntarily freeze of the basic rate of Council Tax. Inverclyde and Renfrewshire councils also confirmed that they would

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A joint economic action plan between eight councils is aiming to deliver 110,000 new homes around the Glasgow City Region. The move, the first of its kind in Scotland, will see the authorities pursue a common economic strategy between now and the year 2035.

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Homeowners across most of Central Scotland are being encouraged to make alterations to their homes to ensure it continues to meet future needs, as Inverclyde, West Dunbartonshire and Clackmannanshire join 12 other local authorities in supporting the Scottish Government’s Help to Adapt scheme. Help

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Stephen McCabe Inverclyde Council has agreed to freeze its council tax but for the first time has postponed setting its budget for next year until next month.

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Jenna McKinnon (centre) with Albert Henderson and Fiona MacLeod A young accounts graduate from Greenock has secured part-time employment with River Clyde Homes through a partnership with the Inverclyde Trust.

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River Clyde Homes and Inverclyde Council are together investing £2.5 million to improve the quality of customers’ homes and to enhance the environment of the John Street area of Greenock. The area is within easy reach of Greenock town centre and has a long been a popular; with a strong community.

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