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Moray Council revises Temporary Accommodation Charging to safeguard homelessness services

A revised Temporary Accommodation Charging Policy has today (Tuesday 12 September 2023) been approved by members of Moray Council’s Housing and Community Safety Committee.

New housing in Keith.

Moray residents to have say on housing allocations policy

Residents in Moray are being encouraged to give their views on proposed changes to Moray Council’s housing allocations policy.

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Moray Council RAAC update for Forres Academy

Moray Council has updated parents and carers of pupils at Forres Academy on the Reinforced Autoclaved Concrete (RAAC) remedial works in the school. The letter reads:

Covesea Lighthouse is situated on the outskirts of Lossiemouth on the Moray Firth Coast, which was voted one of the most breath-taking coasts in the world in a National Geographic Traveller magazine survey.
The lighthouse is now owned by the Lossiemouth local community and was opened to the general public as a visitor attraction in 2013.

Moray Council supports TV and film for regional economic boost

Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure Services Committee has this week (Tuesday 5 September 2023) made it easier for filming to take place in the area to benefit from the economic benefit of screen tourism.

Back top (l-r) Mark Witkowski, Station Commander, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Davie Grant, Coxswain and Mechanic, RNLI Buckie, Inspector Neil Morrison, Elgin Community Policing Team, Police Scotland, Liz Tait, Professional Lead for Clinical Governance, NHS Grampian, Rhona Gunn, Depute Chief Executive, Moray Council, David Hendry, Group Commander, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. Middle row Corinne McCrory, Moray Area Service Manager, Scottish Ambulance Service, John Low, Chairman, Moray Inshore Rescue Organisation. Bottom row (l-r) Roddy Burns, Chief Executive, Moray Council, Anne Scott, Operations Manager, RNLI Buckie, Andrew Simpson, Banffshire Lord-Lieutenant, Cllr John Cowe, Civic Leader, Moray Council, Seymour Monro, Moray Lord-Lieutenant, Cllr Kathleen Robertson, Council Leader.

Moray Council marks Emergency Services Day 2023

Moray Council has raised the Emergency Services Day flag above its Headquarters in Elgin to observe the national day, which takes place annually on 9 September.

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Moray Council to revise management rules for cemeteries and burial grounds

Following consultation with funeral directors and memorial masons, Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure Services Committee approved revisions to cemetery and burial ground management rules at its meeting on Tuesday 5 September.

Tourists flock to Moray sites and landmarks like the 18th century Scalan Seminary and Mill Buildings at Braes of Glenlivit, which were used to secretly train priests when Catholicism was illegal in Scotland. Image: Scottish Civic Trust.

Moray Council supports the concept of a Local Visitor Levy

Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure Services Committee has this week (Tuesday 5 September) agreed with the principle of raising funds through a local visitor levy.

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Moray sees increase in education and employment participation amongst young adults

Skills Development Scotland (SDS) has published the 2023 Annual Participation Measure, which provides a picture of the education, employment and training activity of Scotland’s 16-19 year olds between 1 April 2022 and 31 March 2023.

Tony Slater stands next to one of his exhibitions at the heritage centre.

Moray Council celebrates success story of adult learner

An adult learner from Moray who battled against the odds to return to education has been shortlisted for the Adult Learners’ Week (ALW) awards in Glasgow.

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Summer reading in Moray soars

Moray Libraries’ Summer Reading Challenge was a roaring success in 2023 with over 1,000 young people taking part, the highest number to sign-up since 2018.

The Red Ensign is flying over Moray Council's HQ in Elgin to mark Merchant Navy Day.

Moray Council flies Red Ensign flag to mark Merchant Navy Day

The Red Ensign is flying over Moray Council’s HQ in Elgin to mark Merchant Navy Day.

A group of people wearing a mix of smart business attire and casual clothing stand chatting in an outdoor area holding cups of coffee from a vending machine. A woman wearing a grey shawl, jeans, and green pullover is smiling as she chats to another woman at the forefront of the image.

Moray businesses can ‘meet the buyer’ at procurement event

Moray businesses are being invited to ‘meet the buyer’ at the north of Scotland’s largest free procurement event.