Ferguson Marine Engineering’s plans for a new £2 million office building in Port Glasgow has been have been approved by Inverclyde Council. The three-floor office will be built on the parking area behind the neighbouring fire station at Castle Road.
Work has begun on the £4.29 million refurbishment of Kilmacolm Primary and Nursery School in Inverclyde. Designed by Elder and Cannon Architects and carried out by main contractor CBC Ltd, the project is the latest in Inverclyde Council’s unprecedented £270m Schools Estate programme delivering n
Nicola Sturgeon Greenock’s quayside is set for an expansion and a new visitor’s facility following the announcement of the first investment of the £1.13 billion city and region deal for Glasgow and Clyde Valley.
(from left) Geraldine Ogilby - acting head teacher at St Patrick’s Primary School, Euan MacEachern – site manager at Lend Lease, Angeline Robertson – partnerships director at hub West Scotland, Marc Quinn – pupil at St Patrick’s Primary School, Councillor Martin Brennan – vice convener f
Gordon Matheson Funding has been approved for over £900 million of infrastructure projects to be carried out under the Glasgow and the Clyde Valley City Deal package to boost the west of Scotland economy.
Inverclyde Council’s £7 million plan for a new building for St Patrick’s Primary in Greenock has achieved financial close clearing the way for construction to begin. The new state-of-the-art building for St Patrick’s Primary will be on the original Broomhill Street site following the demoliti