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Moray businesses called on to assess property needs

Moray Council is asking local businesses to complete an online survey to study the commercial property market in the area.

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New Active Travel Hub for Moray

The brand new Cooper Park Active Travel Hub opens on 4 March 2023 in the Elgin park.

World Gaelic Week

Seachdain na Gàidhlig 2023 programme announced

Seachdain na Gàidhlig (World Gaelic Week) has announced its latest annual festival, with support from Bord na Gàidhlig.

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Moray’s roads are third best in Scotland

Moray Council’s £1.678 billion road network has been ranked as third best in Scotland.

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Moray adopts Electric Vehicle Charging plan

Moray Council has adopted a new Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy and Expansion Plan to assist in the Scotland-wide aim of phasing out new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2032.

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Future of Cloddach Bridge

Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure Services Committee has today (Tuesday 7 February) agreed to keep the Cloddach Bridge closed to vehicles but open to pedestrians and cyclists, while monitoring its condition.

A metal bike repair station stands on a concrete base with a grass bank and a bridge arch in backgroud,  The sky is blue and it is summer.

Buckie residents asked how to spend £25,000 on active travel

Moray Council’s Active Travel team is looking for ideas from the Buckie community on how to spend £25,000 on cycle parking, cycle shelters, and repair stations in and around the area.

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Moray Council uplifts payment rate for partner ELC providers by 5%

Moray Council has agreed a 5% increase in the sustainable rate it pays partner nurseries and childminders who work with the council to deliver funded Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) hours.

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Moray Council declares Nature Emergency

Moray Council has declared a Nature Emergency, similar to the Council’s declaration of a Climate Emergency in 2019.

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

Moray Council approves King’s Coronation holiday

Moray Council has approved Monday 8 May as an additional day of annual leave to mark the celebrations of His Majesty King Charles III’s coronation.

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Moray Council withdraws from Dick Bequest

Moray Council will no longer appoint a Governor to the Dick Bequest Trust board.

A yellow and white Moray Council refuse vehicle is offloading garden waste at the Waste Treatment Plant, Moycroft Road, Elgin.

Garden waste permits now available in Moray

Moray residents are being encouraged to order their garden waste permits by 5 March 2023.