Public services will need to work ever more closely with each other and with communities to meet the twin challenges of increasing demand and diminishing resources.Help us shape services fit for the future by joining us for an evening’s discussion.
The Moray Council is committed to providing high-quality customer services. We value complaints and use information to help us improve our services. If something goes wrong or you are dissatisfied with our services, please tell us. This leaflet describes our complaints process and how to make a complaint. It also tells you about our service standards and what you can expect from us.
The Moray Council is committed to providing high-quality customer services. We value complaints and use information from them to help us improve our services. This leaflet describes our complaints process and how to make a complaint. It also tells you about our service standards and what you can expect from us.
As part of the funding arrangement with the Scottish Government, all councils and Community Planning Partnerships sign up to a series of ‘outcomes’ for their local area that help deliver government priorities. This document examines the present extent of those outcomes in Moray.
We are ambitious for Moray to be a leader and to make the best for our people and resources. To that end, The Moray Council has been working closely with other publicly funded organisations, like Police Scotland and the NHS Grampian, to work out what needs to be done – and by whom – to ensure a top quality sustainable lifestyle for our residents and business.
This month we have a massive feature looking at the career ladder within the council, show casing some of our people who have trained on the job for professional qualifications. We also take a peak at Greenfingers and 'cover' a few things happening at Ashgrove ;)
This month we get our claws into CAT (Community Asset Transfers) and take a look at how local communities are taking over and running community assets (like public toilets and community centres). We also take a look at Health and Safety, the Local Housing Strategy and ... dun dun duuuun ... Brexit!
This month we lead with 'What has the Council ever done for us?' In these challenging times it can be up lifting to take a look at some of things that we, as an organisation, really do get right. It also provides a little ammunition next time you hear someone 'Council Bashing'. We all work hard to do the best we can with what we have.
Starting a new year with Connect. We take a look at FitLife? and some of Moray's leisure facilities. Then catch up with the Early Learning and Childcare expansion and some of the activities you (our colleagues) have got up to over the festive period.