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Inverclyde Green Network

inverclyde imageNational, regional and local policy agendas strongly support the development of a Green Network in Inverclyde, which has been identified as a national priority for regeneration.

In 2008 the GCV Green Network Partnership, working with Inverclyde Council, Riverside Inverclyde (the local Urban Regeneration Company), and Communities Scotland funded and commissioned a Green Network Strategy for Inverclyde.

Inverclyde's Green Network will encourage investment in the area by establishing a vibrant economic, cultural and natural environment. The Green Network will contribute to regeneration of the Waterfront as well as remodelling of residential areas. Riverside Inverclyde is coordinating efforts to transform Inverclyde into an unrivalled business and residential location.

The Strategy promotes the development of better links both within and between the communities of Inverclyde and outward to Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park.

Through creation of Inverclyde’s Green Network communities will be encouraged to be actively involved in the management of their local environment. A wide range of opportunities will also be made available to residents and visitors to access and enjoy Inverclyde's natural and cultural heritage.

The Inverclyde Green Network Strategy highlights opportunities to:

  • Improve perceptions of Inverclyde and promote links to Clyde Muirshiel Park as a major environmental asset
  • Protect and enhance the Green Network through use of the Partnership’s Planning Guidance
  • Establish interpretation points promoting the area’s natural, social and cultural value
  • Co-ordinate the long-term management and delivery of the Green Network through partnership
  • Ensure integration of the Green Network into the structural fabric of Inverclyde’s built environment

 As a result of the strategy two further studies were commissioned on behalf of the Inverclyde Green Network steering group with funding from the GCV Green Network Partnership.

  • Inverclyde Masterplanning
  • Inverclyde Interpretation

 

Learn about Inverclyde Interpretation >>

About our Partners

The GCV Green Network Partnership was formed in June 2007, and brings together the region’s eight local authorities as well as Forestry Commission Scotland, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Glasgow Centre for Population Health. Each partner is represented at senior level on the Partnership Board.

Need to know more?

t: 0141 229 7746e: enquiries@gcvgreennetwork.gov.ukGCV Green Network Partnership, 125 Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 2SA

  • North Lanarkshire Council

  • wdc

    West Dunbartonshire Council

  • Glasgow City Council

  • South Lanarkshire Council

  • Scottish Natural Heritage

  • Glasgow Centre of Population Health

  • Renfrewshire Council

  • East Renfrewshire Council

  • Inverclyde Council

  • Forestry Commision

  • Scottish Enterprise

  • East Dunbartonshire Council

  • sepalogo1

    Scottish Environment Protection Agency

  • Clydeplan