Moray Citizens' Panel

Would you like to have a say on the issues that affect people in Moray?

The Moray Citizens’ Panel is one of the ways that the Moray Community Planning Partnership listens to the views of local residents to help make decisions on how best to improve services and policies.  The panel is open to anyone living in Moray - we currently have around 1000 members from across the area and from all parts of the community.

Members receive occasional survey questionnaires about local services and other important issues - recent surveys have covered community safety, roads maintenance, affordable housing and council budget setting.  Panel members are also invited to take part in consultation events or discussion groups.

You can find reports on recent Citizens' Panel consultations here.

The panel is managed by Craigforth on behalf of the Community Planning Partnership - this includes The Moray Council, NHS Grampian, tsiMoray, Skills Development Scotland, Highlands & Islands Enterprise, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Moray College UHI, and HITRANS.  If you have any questions about the panel you can contact Craigforth on freephone 0800 027 2245 or email at

Ready to join?  Need to update your details?

To start the webform, please click here.

Questions about the Panel?

Contact Craigforth (who manage the Panel) on freephone 0800 027 2245 or email