SEPT 2016 CPP Events Calendar

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
      1 Burghead & Cummingston DC 2 Lhanbryde Footpaths Seminar 3 Forres 2020 Vision Planning for Real Consultation 4
5 Keith Community Council / tsiMoray Children & Young People's Forum / Finderne Community Council Meeting

6 Portgordon Village Hall Meeting / Innes CC / Speyside Forum - 7.30pm


7 Forres Area Forum / Dyke Landward CC / Findochty & District CC / Strathisla CC 8 Community Planning Officer Group Meeting 9 10 The Moray Transport Seminar 11
12 Public Partnership Forum / Portknockie Community Council / FACT Board Meeting / Forres 2020 Vision Planning for Real Consultation 13 Elgin Community Council 14 tsiMORAY Environmental & Sustainability Forum / Planning for Real Consultation - 2pm in Portgordon Village Hall 15 Forres Community Council / Learning Disability Forum / Moray Economic Partnership 16 17 18
19 Lossiemouth Community Council 20 Dufftown & District CC 21 Buckie Area Forum / Community Planning Board Meeting 22 23 24 25 MFCH&A Meeting
26 Buckie & District CC / tsiMORAY AGM / St Rufus Park Regeneration Group 27 Cullen & Deskford CC 28 Lennox Community Council 29 Findhorn & Kinloss CC / Moray Health and Social Care Partnership Meeting / KERBS AGM 30    


  • The Open Space Strategy direct consultation with all community councils and associations and public consultation (including a series of drop-in events) will take place September-November. The point of contact is Rowena MacDougall on 01343 563265.
  • Police Scotland will be conducting a five-day clipboard survey in addition to their ongoing online engagement activities.
  • The Woodland Strategy draft strategy consultation will take place in September and October: point of contact is Emma Gordon on 01343 5633292.
  • The Children's Services Plan and Self-Directed Support consultations will be ongoing throughout the year. Points of contact are Anne Pendery (tel: 01343 56563400) for the former and Kathy Henwood (tel: 01343 563608) for the latter.
  • Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) will be holding their annual Local Development Officer Conference in September, in addition to conducting ongoing engagement with interest groups (e.g. social enterprises, small businesses, etc.)
  • Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) will be conducting consultation and engagement on their Strategic Plan and Local Fire and Rescue Plan from May to September.
  • The Skills Development Scotland (SDS) team in Elgin are planning a series of events to support people looking for work. One popup event will happen every month from March-December 2016.  Example planned events: CV tips; local labour market information; interview skills and employer updates.
  • The  Moray Council's Trading Standards team will be conducting ongoing engagement via their Twitter and Facebook accounts, and sending out customer surveys to get feedback on consumer advice, money advice and welfare benefits service users.
  • Ongoing activities will also be carried out for Regional Transport through a mix of formal written consultation and informal engagement with members of the public and/or community councils. For more information: Nichola Smith, 01343 563774.