McGill’s to spend £2 million on new fleet of minibuses
McGill’s Buses are to spend £2 million on a fleet of 20 new Strata minibuses. Read more
Police crack down on underage drinking and Anti-Social Behaviour in Renfrew, Erskine and Inchinnan
The Community Policing Team from Renfrew, Erskine and Inchinnan were out at the weekend tackling underage drinking and Anti-Social Behaviour at lanes, underpasses and parks within Renfrew, Erskine and Inchinnan. Read more
Police investigate break-in at Inchinnan Boating Club
Small huts belonging to Inchinnan Boating Club have been broken into. Read more
Property stolen from two vehicles in Banchory Aveue, Inchinnan
Two vehicles have been broken into in Inchinnan. Read more
Bascule Bridge to reopen this morning after essential mechanical work
The Bascule Bridge will be re-opened to vehicles from 10am this morning, Sunday 27th August 2017. Read more
Inchinnan Bascule Bridge to close for 4 weeks for £100,000 investment
Bridge will close for a period of four weeks from Saturday 5th August Diversionary routes in place to ensure access across Renfrewshire is maintained Original bridge was built in 1759 crossing both rivers, but was washed away in 1809 The only remaining bascule bridge in Scotland is set for a... Read more
Works set to begin on £6.7m roads investment in Renfrewshire
An extensive programme of roads maintenance is set to begin as £6.7million is invested in Renfrewshire roads across 2017-18. Read more
A man has been arrested for various Road Traffic Offences and failing to provide a specimen of breath n Old Greenock Road, Inchinnan. Read more
Gavin Newlands warns of flaws with potential ‘high-priced’ housing development
Gavin Newlands, MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, has warned that a potential ‘high-priced’ housing development could be built on the remains of a site of historical interest. Read more
Rolls-Royce announce investment of around £60m at their Inchinnan facility
Rolls-Royce have announced an investment of around £60m in its facility in Inchinnan by creating a new Centre of Competence (CoC). Read more