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
Plans to build more than 220 flats and houses on the site of the former St Stephen’s High School in Port Glasgow have been approved. River Clyde Homes is developing the site between Kilmacolm Road and Southfield Avenue.
Artist’s impression of a forthcoming development at James Watt Dock, Greenock A significant investment is to be made in the development programme at River Clyde Homes after the Association secured additional borrowing from its lenders.
River Clyde Homes, the Inverclyde-based housing association, is pleased to announce that the Dark Side o' The Clyde photographs that have been shown in high-rise flats in the Broomhill area of Greenock for the last three years are being collected and exhibited at The Beacon Arts Centre from Tue 17
River Clyde Homes has unveiled the details of its multi-million pound investment plans for housing in Inverclyde. Just over £17 million will be spent in the coming year to upgrade homes and make them more energy efficient, around £10.6m of which will be spent on major works to improve the housing
Glasgow fit-out contractor Morris & Spottiswood has successfully delivered a £1.75 million makeover for River Clyde Homes including the creation of an energy saving biomass heating system. The completion of the 12-month project at Cartsdyke Apartments in Greenock means that heating and hot wate