Moray Council

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Osprey Housing Group has recently boosted Moray's housing stock with the addition of ten new homes in the heart of Elgin. The Osprey Housing development in the town’s Alba Place comprises four one-bed cottage apartments and six three-bed villas in a terrace design emulating nearby former mill

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Two charities in Moray focussing on poverty and social inclusion have been awarded funding totalling more than £250k from the European Social Fund, administered by Moray Council. Members of the Fairer Moray Forum selected Children 1st and R-evolution for Good to receive £83k and £1

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Investment of more than £100 million in Moray over the next decade was endorsed yesterday with the official signing of the Moray Growth Deal. It signals confidence from both the UK and Scottish governments in plans to drive innovation and growth in the region, with projects within the Deal des

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New financial assistance from the Scottish Government to access food, fuel and other essentials will be available to Moray residents from 5 January to 31 March 2022, as a one-off payment.

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Members of Moray Council’s Economic Development and Infrastructure Services Committee have approved plans to provide flood protection measures at cost price to residents, subject to full council approval.

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Over the last year, 5,000 Moray Council homes have had their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors upgraded to meet new legislation, with 1,000 still to be changed. The Scottish Government introduced new legislation that means all homes in Scotland must have interlinked fire alarms by February 2022. I

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Moray Council’s planning and regulatory services committee has approved planning applications for 48 homes in Hopeman and 25 affordable homes in Lhanbryde, with a further eight specialist supported housing units. The site to the west of Hopeman will include affordable housing and indications h

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Tenants living in council homes in Moray are being contacted to arrange the fitting of new smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms. Fire regulations in Scotland have changed and as the landlord for council homes, Moray Council has a legal duty to upgrade smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms to meet

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