A new commercial development is being proposed for land acquired by the property arm of businessmen Sandy and James Easdale last year and is being marketed by Bowman Rebecchi.
A planning application has been submitted to Inverclyde Council by Rebecchi Architectural seeking permission for seven small units for business, industrial or storage/distribution use at a site in Orchard Street.
Dalglen Investments acquired the former Breedon Aggregates quarry yard between Ingleston Street and Crescent Street in November.
The site is close to Easdale family commercial interests Blairs Windows and Doors and Arc Fleet Services.
The proposal is pending assessment by planners.
Commenting on the proposals, Bowman Rebecchi Director Andrew Bowman said:
"This would be a welcome development to this part of Greenock to further serve what is a strong industrial market locally.
"We wish the proposals well throughout the planning process and welcome interested parties to contact us for further details."
This article appeared in Inverclyde Now.