THE new owner of Port Glasgow's retail park development is looking for the public's views on its plans which include adding a gym and a restaurant to the project.
COUNCIL officials are proposing significant changes to Greenock's parking rules less than three weeks after they were introduced following an outcry by shoppers, businesses and residents -- but it would be January at least before they would legally take effect.
Action proposed includes:
-- Allowing on-street parking of up to two hours everywhere in the inner town centre area.
POLICE appealed for witnesses after two fires were started, involving a building and a vehicle.
INVERCLYDE businesses can tap into the best local advice available -- all under one roof -- this week.
THIS weekend sees some of the Greenock and District Welfare teams entering the Saturday Scottish Cup for the first time.
A MULTI-million pound list of projects to revitalise Port Glasgow town centre has been drawn up including new road access to Princes Street from the A8 roundabout at Tesco.