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Community feedback is needed to ensure that Moray Council has a set of Allotment Regulations that help support, regulate, and facilitate more activity.

Moray Council invites feedback on allotment-holder rulebook

Moray Council is inviting feedback from residents on rules it has drafted for people holding allotments on sites it owns and manages.

Cars parked outside shops and businesses on Mid Street in Keith.

Moray Council launches grant scheme to support town centres

A Town Centre Capital Grant Scheme with funding of £268,000 is available for town centres in Aberlour, Buckie, Dufftown, Elgin, Forres, Keith, and Lossiemouth.

Looking down the street along Moray Council's HQ in Elgin. Leaves are turning orange on several small trees that line the avenue.

Update on Moray Council’s energy strategy and actions

An annual report on Moray Council’s energy strategy and actions shows an overall reduction in water and energy consumption in its buildings, by 3.4% and 7% respectively, on last year.

Dufftown consultation event December 2023

Next phase of Dufftown housing plans revealed

A second drop-in event for Dufftown’s Hillside Farm Housing Masterplan will showcase progress on the design and site layout concept.

Traffic in Elgin.

Road Safety Champions could be brought in under in Moray Council’s road safety plan

Community Council volunteers could be trained to become dedicated Road Safety Champions if proposals agreed by Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure Services Committee are supported by external stakeholders.

A town square with church spire in background and two detached properties. A yellow bike stand, pump and repair station is in foreground.

A year in progress: reflections from the first year of Moray’s Active Travel Strategy

Moray Council has made good progress in the first year of its five-year Active Travel Strategy (2022-2027).

The Lord Lieutenant of Moray, Major General Seymour Monro CBE LVO (front right) congratulates ReBOOT manager Lee McGrath (front left) and his team for their award.

ReBOOT receives The King’s Award for Voluntary Service

Forres charity ReBOOT has received The King’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a local voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to an MBE.

The Moray Access Panel is inviting anyone locally living with disability issues, or in a supporting role, to join them as they work to reduce disability inequality.

New members invited to join Moray Access Panel

The Moray Access Panel is inviting anyone locally living with disability issues, or in a supporting role, to join them in their campaign for disability equality.

Liz Tait (centre) with Margaret Stenton, Deputy Lord-Lieutenant of Moray, and Moray’s Lord-Lieutenant, Major General Seymour Monro CBE LVO.

British Empire Medal presented to Moray’s star of Health and Social Care

Liz Tait has been presented with the British Empire Medal (BEM) for her outstanding service as a British Red Cross Emergency Response Volunteer, for her services at the State Funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II, and for her services to the NHS in Moray.

Drone photo of Elgin Town Hall and surrounding land provided by LDN Architects.

Design Team appointed to lead the regeneration of Elgin Town Hall

In a major milestone for the regeneration of Elgin Town Hall a design team has been appointed to lead the plans to redevelop the 1960s building.

A photomontage of The Last Hillwalker author, John D. Burns and Connective Tissue novelist, Eleanor Thom.

Moray Council to host award winning authors at Elgin Library

Fans of hillwalking adventures and lost family history-inspired novels will be able to meet their favourite award-winning authors when they come to Elgin Library.

Cottages at Lady Hill, taken 16 September 2006.

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New lease of life for Elgin trust homes

Moray Council has agreed to invest in the renovation of four unique Elgin properties, currently held in trust, to the tune of £271,000.