A PUBLIC consultation has been launched to seek people's views on proposals for the redevelopment of Gourock Ferry Terminal.

Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL), which owns the terminal, is to upgrade and modernise the harbour and six options have been developed.

CMAL say 'extensive information' has been published on its website to allow passengers, members of the community and other interested parties to see them.

An online feedback form is available at www.cmassets.co.uk/gourockmasterplansurvey or people can write to CMAL, Municipal Buildings, Fore Street, Port Glasgow, PA14 5EQ.

Graeme McGinty, senior project manager, said: “At this stage, the options and designs are outline with much of the detail still to be developed.

“We welcome feedback from the community, particularly those who use the ferry service and harbour regularly."

A final proposal will be submitted to Transport Scotland before the end of the year.