Inverclyde

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Inverclyde

a council area of W central Scotland: created in 1996 from part of Strathclyde region. Administrative centre: Greenock. Pop.: 83 050 (2003 est.). Area: 162 sq. km (63 sq. miles)
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Inverclyde Council said: "In this case planning officers are recommending refusal because the proposal would significantly reduce the amount of open space and the size of a childrens' play area.
Councillor Jim Clocherty, education convener at Inverclyde Council, said: "That gives us a twinning rate of 18 per 1,000 births, which is well above the Scottish average of 15 per 1,000, and I wouldn't be surprised if we were among the highest in the country.
An Inverclyde Council spokesman said: "Our priority is to prevent anyone living in the property as it is in a serious state of disrepair and unfit for human habitation.
The project is being led by Riverside Inverclyde, the urban regeneration company backed by Inverclyde Council, Scottish Enterprise and the private sector with support from the Scottish Government.
Mr Rick Green, operations manager of Direct Cruises, said: "The tests were done on June 15, but there were technical difficulties so, on June 18, the local health authority asked Inverclyde Council to do more checks to clarify the matter when the ship reached Greenock, its next port of call, on Sunday June 21.
The Inverclyde Council is a local government authority that works in partnership with communities, investors and volunteer organizations to provide effective, efficient and flexible services to the more than 85,000 people domiciled within a 60-square mile radius of the southern edge of the River Clyde.
An Inverclyde Council spokesman said: "Our priority is the safety of those living in the property.
This week, we particularly welcome ScotRail, the Regent Hotel in Cambridge, Inverclyde Council, Cannon & Cannon cured meat and Greenwich Mencap in London, Community Union, Halifax Opportunities Trust, The Chapter of York at York Minister, Scottish Housing Regulator and Food Train services to older people in Scotland.
Byline: Councillor Stephen McCabe Leader, Inverclyde Council W: www.
A spokesman for Inverclyde Council said: "A serious incident occurred this morning involving a fourth-year pupil.
Following a visit to Green Lane Burial Field in Powys, Inverclyde Council said it was considering the possibilities.
Inverclyde Council said developments like these were helping to attract new businesses to the area.