Subjects: Web services
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
Moray licensing applications can now be tracked online by anyone.
MORAY business owners and interested members of the public can now track licensing applications online.Launched this week on the council’s public access portal, the facility allows anyone to view details of all business licenses granted throughout Moray – effectively acting as a public register.Additionally, by visiting www.moray.gov.uk/lic-app users can view current information about applications
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
Moray’s busiest website is looking for feedback to help up its game.
Moray Council has launched a survey to better understand how people use its website and what they can do to make it work better for customers.