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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

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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.

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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.

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Work is set to get underway on a giant 33-foot sculpture in Port Glasgow.

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Nearly 100 much-needed new homes have been built in Inverclyde by Sanctuary Group. The social housing provider has delivered 96 homes for social rent across four sites in Port Glasgow and Greenock.

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Proposals to demolish part of Greenock’s Oak Mall Shopping Centre and build over 100 new flats have been recommended for approval by planning officers. A decision was due to be made on the plans at a meeting yesterday, however, planning chiefs ended up cancelling it as papers had not been issu

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Inverclyde Council has approved a £1.5 million drive-thru coffee shop on land beside the A8 route into Greenock town centre. The development, which would also have an indoor seating area for up to 40 customers, is proposed for a site at Arthur Street, close to the EE, RBS and Webhelp cont

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