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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A spokesman for Inverclyde Council said, 'We were impressed at what we saw at Green Lane and the visit certainly sparked our imagination.
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.
Claire complained to Inverclyde Council who are believed to own the waste ground.
Nearby West Dunbartonshire and Inverclyde council areas were also ranked in the top 10 for stores per person.
Inverclyde Council insist the cleaners were only caught by chance when a manager working on problems with the cameras spotted them in a locked room.
Inverclyde Council said investigations revealed that the site is beside an old burial ground.
Inverclyde Council claimed Stephen's fall was his own fault because he was an experienced janitor who had salted the steps earlier in the day and should have been able to see any ice there.
Licensing bosses at Inverclyde Council want to clamp down on the wild parties in limos which often sees revellers hanging out of windows and messing about inside the cars.
Inverclyde Council decided to knock down the block after claiming it had fallen into disrepair.
lo to Owen McMillian lined up with his sister Aimee and seven other pairs who are going to schools in the Inverclyde Council area.
Inverclyde Council have already closed down two elderly care homes to save pounds 400,000 a year.