Council Register of Assets (Moray). Section 94 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 (the Act) requires public authorities to make available to members of the public a register of land that it owns or leases “to the best of its knowledge and belief”. The purpose of the register is to help Community Transfer Bodies identify assets that may be available through asset transfer under Part 5 of the Act. The inclusion of an asset on the register is a requirement of the Act and does not necessarily imply that the Council is actively seeking to transfer that asset to the community.
Local Development Plan 2015 Settlement Boundaries are used for the distribution of housing and employment land across Moray as per the spatial strategy set out within the Moray Local Development Plan 2015. Settlement boundaries contain the primary, secondary and third tier settlements.
Vacant and Derelict Land Audit 2017 (Moray) The Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey is a data collection undertaken to establish the extent and state of vacant and derelict land in Scotland. The survey has been operating since 1988, and is managed by the Scottish Government Communities Analysis Division. The data is sourced from local authorities and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority.
Vacant and Derelict Land Audit 2016 (Moray) The Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey is a data collection undertaken to establish the extent and state of vacant and derelict land in Scotland. The survey has been operating since 1988, and is managed by the Scottish Government Communities Analysis Division. The data is sourced from local authorities and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority.
Grit Bin Locations (Moray)
Secondary School Catchments 24/10/2016 - 13/08/2017 (Moray) (non denominational) In Moray, the education authority discharges its duty to secure adequate and efficient education for the local authority area by operating a “catchment area” system to enable parents/carers to comply with their duty to provide efficient education for their child(ren). The zones (catchment areas) are shown as delineated areas on maps. Information on these catchment areas is available at the Moray Council website. Most parents of children living within the catchment area will choose for their children to attend the designated primary and secondary school for their catchment area. If a parent wishes their child to be enrolled at a school which is not the designated catchment area school for their postal address, they must make an out-of-zone ‘placing request’.
Primary School Catchments (Moray) (Denominational). The zones (catchment areas) are shown as delineated areas on maps.
Employment Land Audit 2017 sites provides am overview of the supply and availability of employment land across the Moray Council area. The audit provides details of Moray's employment land supply as at January 2017. Further information can be found at Development Monitoring.
Areas of Greatest Potential. Scottish Planning Policy states that planning authorities “should identify where there is strategic capacity for wind farms, and areas with the greatest potential for wind development”. Areas of greatest scope for further investigating the feasibility of developing wind farms. These areas have been identified on Policy Guidance maps by removing additional constraints from the spatial framework map of the areas likely to be most appropriate for wind farm development. The remaining areas which have been mapped for each development typology are the areas with the fewest constraints and therefore the greatest potential for wind farm developments.
Moray Onshore Wind Energy Landscape Character Types (Moray)