HUNDREDS of tenants are set to benefit after a Glasgow-based firm was appointed to carry out multi-million-pound housing improvements for social landlord River Clyde Homes.
Affordable housing specialist Lovell will deliver the £3.3million housing programme to transform 880 homes in Inverclyde.
The internal refurbishments will ensure homes across Inverclyde meet the Scottish Housing Quality Standard.
The upgrading work will vary depending on the property and will include new kitchens and bathrooms and rewiring.
The programme will take 40 weeks.
Regional director Alan Taylor said: "The company has an excellent record of delivering large-scale housing modernisation programmes, working closely with residents and clients to ensure work is completed on time, on budget, and with high levels of resident and client satisfaction."
In addition to transforming the properties earmarked for improvement, Lovell says it will also seek to create other benefits for local neighbourhoods by supporting community projects and working with local organisations such as schools and colleges.
The company, which also specialises in new-build development, recently completed 195 new homes for River Clyde Homes at three sites in Port Glasgow.
A spokesman for River Clyde Homes said: "A spokesperson said: "We know that the standard of work is high, represents value for money and that tenants are happy with the quality of their new kitchens and bathrooms."
The social landlord and residents of Woodhall, Port Glasgow, are inviting everyone to the launch of the new Woodhall Community Park on Parkhill Avenue. An open day is being held on Saturday.
The fun-packed day kicks off at noon and finishing at 4pm.