Moray Council

Family settles into one of Moray Council's newest homes

The Cruickshank family are settling in to life in one of Moray Council’s newest homes.

Published 3 May 2018

Councillors back plans for 500 new homes and primary school in Elgin

The first phase of a development which will eventually bring 1,500 new homes to Elgin has been given the green light.

Published 25 April 2018

More than 220 affordable homes to be built in Moray by 2020

Moray Council is on track to build more than 220 affordable homes by 2020, the local authority has revealed.

Published 5 March 2018

Residents invited to submit views on draft Elgin masterplan

Residents are being invited to submit their views on plans to develop hundreds of affordable homes in Elgin.

Published 1 March 2018

Moray Council to tax second homeowners with 2018/19 budget

Moray Council is to scrap its Council Tax discount for those with a second home as the local authority set its budget for 2018/19 to secure more than £6.6 million of savings.

Published 15 February 2018

Unanimous refusal for Moray affordable homes overturned by Scottish Government

The Scottish Government had overturned a decision from Moray Council to block plans to build 22 affordable houses on the south side of Hopeman.

Published 26 January 2018

Moray health and social care integration consultation launched

A consultation on revisions to the health and social care integration scheme - the legal contract between NHS Grampian and Moray Council underpinning the Moray Integration Joint Board - has been launched.

Published 17 January 2018

Planning exhibitions will showcase future potential developments in Moray

A series of exhibitions showcasing future potential housing and business development across Moray will be launched next week.

Published 9 January 2018

SEPA maintains objection to Moray homes plan

Fresh plans to transform a former auction site and waste land in Moray into a housing complex have failed to address flooding concerns from Scotland’s environmental body.

Published 5 January 2018

Moray Council plans to compulsory purchase derelict building

Moray Council has revealed plans to compulsory purchase a derelict property on Prospect Terrace in Lossiemouth.

Published 27 November 2017

North East tenants and landlords to host first ever house party

A partnership of North East social landlords is holding a house party event tomorrow to allow all residents in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to speak to a host of organisations about a range of housing related issues.

Published 24 November 2017

Plans for affordable housing development in Moray rejected

Moray councillors have unanimously voted against the building of 22 homes in Hopeman.

Published 11 October 2017

Increased cash incentive fails to encourage Moray council tenants to downsize

Moray Council has been urged to design new methods to encourage tenants to downsize after it was revealed that increased cash incentives have failed to boost housing stock.

Published 25 August 2017

Moray set to cap developer obligations as it strives for ‘the highest quality developments’

Councillor Claire Feaver, chair of Moray Council’s planning and regulatory services, has said the council will settle for “nothing less than the highest quality developments” for Moray after the local authority said it is working to introduce a cap on developer obligations in the region.

Published 16 August 2017

Moray struggling to fill hospital and school roles due to lack of affordable housing

A lack of affordable housing in Moray and the north-east is leaving local schools and hospitals struggling to fill crucial roles, according to reports.

Published 2 August 2017