ICOD is committed to improving access for disabled people in Inverclyde and beyond. Our access group can provide access audits and advice for local organisations and businesses, helping to make their services more accessible. Through our postcard campaign we encourage and support everyone to tackle wider access issues. We are also able to provide information on local accessible social, learning and leisure activities.
Your chance to influence how houses are let in Inverclyde – Click on this link to have your say. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MD33L9Mapptssurvey
Three local housing associations are working together to develop a single policy for letting houses in Inverclyde. They want to take account of as many views as possible so that a wide range of needs can be met. Plans also exist to have a single housing list and a One Stop Shop for access to advice on all aspects of getting housing that people need. The survey takes 10 minutes to complete. If you want to talk to someone about the survey or the plans, contact Oak Tree Housing Association, Cloch or River Clyde Homes for more information.