Subjects: Municipal services
Tree felling at Waulkmill in Elgin to commence
Residents in a part of Elgin will see a change to their outlook later this month. A stand of Scots Pine trees in the centre of Waulkmill Grove and between Stonecrosshill and the rear of Reynolds Crescent is due to be felled.This followed a revocation of the preservation order in 2015, when councillors agreed to fell the trees and for the area to be re-planted with more suitable specimens.The exis
Increased berthing fees at Moray Council harbours agreed
Boatowners using Moray's harbours will pay more for their berths from April.Councillors agreed new rates at a meeting today.Chair of Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee, Cllr John Cowe, said he was glad new charges have been set.The committee agreed the following charges:Pontoon berth - £60 per metre rounded up to next metre. This means that a 5.2metre vessel will be
Draft transport strategy for Elgin ready for public viewing
Elgin’s draft transport strategy will be on display for feedback in a series of open events this month.The draft was recently approved by councillors, subject to a final consultation with the public to ensure it has reflected their earlier input.The open events will take the form of a pop-up shop in the St Giles Centre, Elgin, followed by two open evenings at Bishopmill school and the Cedarwood da
Moray familymove in having been one of the first to apply for, be offered and accept a council property online.
THE Couper family is celebrating after receiving the keys to their new home - becoming one of the first families in Moray to apply for, be offered and accept a council property online.The council’s ‘Moray Connected’ project puts people in control of managing their services on a 24/7 basis, from any online device. Earlier this year the project team launched a new service which allows Housing staff
First turf cut on the site of the new Elgin High School
Construction work was formally – and finally - started on the site of the new Elgin High School yesterday with a turf-cutting ceremony. The long-awaited start on the 1,000 pupil school comes after a roller-coaster year of wrangles over EU accounting rules and cost negotiations.
improved website access following re-design
Moray Connected: how you used our website in 2015A rise in smart-technology, a reduction in the use of desktops and a necessity for out-of-hours accessibility are just three of the main findings from research into how you used our website in 2015.Using Google Analytics – a measuring tool which tells us how, when and why you visit us online – we’ve put together a set of infographics which provide a
Top award for Moray's on-demand bus service
The Campbell Christie Public Service Reform award given to Moray Council's Dial M for Moray team this week. The Moray service was selected from 170 submissions across all public sector organisations in Scotland.