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Forres town centre won best medium town honour and gold medal at Beautiful Scotland Awards 2022.

Moray Council survey asks what do you think of your town centre?

A Moray Council survey aims to find out what people think about their town centres.

The free Saturday parking in Moray Council's Elgin car parks offer applies on Saturdays between 25 November and 23 December.

Free Saturday parking in Elgin car parks in run up to Christmas

Moray Council has agreed its car parks in Elgin will be free to use on Saturdays to promote shops and facilities in the run up to Christmas.

Arts, culture and heritage groups are invited to apply to the grants scheme.

Moray Council invites arts, culture and heritage groups to apply for grants up to £20k

Moray organisations in the arts, culture and heritage sectors are being invited to apply for grants of up to £20,000, funded through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

Moray Council housing stock.

Moray Council invites feedback on Tenant Participation Strategy

Moray Council’s housing tenants are being asked for their views on a draft Tenant Participation Strategy.

A cul-de-sac with two-story houses. A silver car is parked in a driveway and someone can be seen in the far distance walking along the road.

Moray Council seeks feedback on rent setting policy

Moray Council is considering changing the way it sets council house rents and service charges and is asking residents to help shape the proposals.

New housing in Keith.

Moray Council outperforms on key indicators in housing service charter

Benchmarking against Scottish Social Housing Charter standards in 2022/23 ranks Moray Council better than the Scottish and Local Authority average on the quality and value of its housing services.

Lhanbryde Primary School sign

School inspection report for Lhanbryde Primary School released

The staff team and children of Lhanbryde Primary School have been praised by inspectors from Education Scotland for creating positive and trusting relationships across the school.

Cartoon pic, man and woman with speech bubble saying tell us how you use yours. Other text: Moray Council Budget Survey Leisure & Libraries.

The future of leisure and libraries examined in Moray

Moray Council has launched a series of engagement activities around the future of its leisure and libraries estate.

A white round-faced building with several windows around the front bearing blue lettering that says The moray Council.

Success for Moray Council Levelling Up Fund bid

The leader of Moray Council, Cllr Kathleen Robertson, has welcomed the announcement from the UK Government that the local authority has been successful in its ambitious Levelling Up Fund bid for Elgin City Centre Masterplan.

Roysvale

Inspection to take place on potential site for the future Forres Academy

Inspection works start on Monday 20 November to check the viability of Roysvale Park as a potential new site for the future Forres Academy.

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.