The project, led by Inverclyde Council aims to provide a new berthing facility and visitor centre to boost cruise ship passengers welcomed to Scotland through the Greenock facility operated by Peel Ports.

In addition to the state of the art visitor centre welcoming cruise ship passengers from across the world, included is a purpose built gallery celebrating the work of Inverclyde resident sculptor George Wyllie (1921-2012) and a new restaurant with panoramic views across the Clyde.

As part of the outline business case published last year, it is estimated that over 150,000 passengers could pass through Greenock Ocean Terminal delivering £26m in annual visitor and crew spend to the Scottish economy.

Meters UK is proud to have been part of this project by supplying the water, gas and heat meters.