Businessmen Sandy and James Easdale have been given the green light to develop a former Department of Work and Pensions building in Port Glasgow into a new £2 million drive-through. Their project is planned for the former DWP building at the corner of Scarlow Street and Greenock Road and
A planning application has been submitted for a new sustainable and inclusive Adult Learning Disability Hub in Inverclyde, designed jointly by architects at Holmes Miller and Inverclyde Council, working in partnership with hub West Scotland.
Sandy and James Easdale have heralded the decision to increase the number of houses planned at the £250 million redevelopment of IBM Greenock as transformational for the region. At a planning meeting held by Inverclyde Council yesterday afternoon, councillors voted in favour of lifting the exi
The new £3 million Larkfield Early Learning Centre in Greenock has officially been opened.
A housing developer that challenged the rejection of planning permission for around a hundred houses to the north of Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire, has lost its appeal to the Inner House of the Court of Session.
Work on a £5 million project to improve accessibility at Port Glasgow station in Inverclyde is set to commence next month.
An Inverclyde housing project has been awarded 'Best affordable housing development - less than £20m' at the national Inside Housing Development Awards. A joint project between Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association and Mast Architects, the development is spread across four sites in Port
Plans to transform a former high school site in Greenock have been submitted to Inverclyde Council this month by CCG Homes Ltd. Formerly the site of Greenock Academy located on Madeira Street, the Glasgow-based developer has undertaken extensive engagement with the local planning authority to concei
Delighted new tenants are moving into 22 redeveloped homes in Greenock – after Blackwood transformed a failing care home. The revamped MacLehose Court building on Eldon Road includes much-needed new accessible properties which will enable people with a range of mobility issues to live more ind
The Scottish billionaire brothers, Sandy and James Easdale, have unveiled plans for their latest £2 million drive-through coffee location in Port Glasgow and are planning a raft of locations to follow across the UK. The new project will replace a former Department of Works and Pensions buildin
Cruden Building has completed the construction of 24 dementia-friendly homes on the site of the former St Stephen’s High School in Port Glasgow, the first homes of their kind in Inverclyde.
Backers of a proposed £100 million housing-led regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock are considering an appeal to Scottish ministers following a dispute with a council over their planning application for the project.
The developers behind a proposed £100 million regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock have warned that the project “will no longer be economically viable” after councillors approved only 60% of the desired number of homes on the land. Local businessmen Sandy
Work is set to get underway on a giant 33-foot sculpture in Port Glasgow.
Plans submitted by ScottishPower for a new village to be built on the site of the former Inverkip power station have been approved.