Inverclyde

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A £17.5 million development by River Clyde Homes to deliver 137 affordable rented homes at the historic James Watt Dock in Greenock is beginning to rise from the ground. (from left) Councillor Robert Moran; Kevin Scarlett (chief executive, River Clyde Homes), Stuart McMillan MSP, Marilyn Bever

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Oak Tree Housing Association has submitted plans for 69 new homes in the Bow Farm area of Greenock. The proposed site at Tay Street and Tweed Street was formerly occupied by multi-storey blocks Pentland Court, Nevis Court and Grampian Court which were cleared more than a decade ago.

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A planning application for permission in principle has been submitted to develop a caravan/mobile home site at Kelly Mains Farm in Wemyss Bay. Chartered surveyors DM Hall lodged the plans to Inverclyde Council on behalf of its client, Pennine Leisure Ltd.

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Riverside Inverclyde’s (Ri) marquee Custom House property in Greenock is now fully let as it welcomed a growing young architecture practice as its newest tenant. Nicholson McShane Architects (NMA) has taken the last remaining 650sq ft at the Grade A-listed Custom House

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Councillors have approved plans for a new visitor centre, restaurant and gallery at Greenock Ocean Terminal. The overall project, led by Inverclyde Council, is part of the Glasgow City Region City Deal and aims to provide a new berthing facility and visitor centre to boost cruise ship passenger

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Merchant Homes has secured planning permission for a proposed new residential development in the coastal village of Inverkip. Langhouse Gardens will be a collection of 32 contemporary homes comprising a mix of three-bedroom semi-detached and three and four-bedroom detached homes, all of which have b

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