A PROMINENT rundown building in Gourock is being lined up for the town's latest restaurant development. | Click for more
A PLAN for shops on the site of a former social club in Greenock is already attracting "considerable interest" from "well-known retail/food outlets", a developer says. | Click for more
PERMISSION has been given for a site in Kilmacolm to be split into two house plots instead of one, after a downturn in the market for large family homes. Scops Developments made the application for plot six at Avenel, Knockbuckle Lane. It has been approved by planning officers.
PERMISSION is being sought for construction of a four-bedroom detached house and detached garage at plot eight, Turnberry Avenue, Gourock. The application is pending assessment by Inverclyde Council planning department.
PLANNERS have agreed that a vacant shop at 4 Crawford Street, Port Glasgow can be turned into a nail bar. The application was approved by Inverclyde Council officials.
GREGGS have been given planning permission to open a bakery shop and 20-seat cafe at the former Farmfoods premises in Port Glasgow. | Click for more
NEIGHBOURS of what was Greenock's controversial Yellow House have won their appeal against a decision ordering them to repaint part of their property that had a cream makeover. | Click for more
GREENOCK businessmen Sandy and James Easdale have launched a strong attack on Inverclyde Council after their £10million plan for flats in Greenock was rejected. A statement issued on their behalf said the council was "standing in the way of progress" and that it was "hardly surprising" the town's population continued to fall. | Click for more