Wards and ConstituenciesFor voting purposes, boundaries of electoral areas are determined by Boundaries Scotland and The Boundary Commission for Scotland.
This excludes from Community Councils which are determined by Moray Council. These boundaries determine the area which your representative represents.
|Community Council||Community Council area||Community Council member|
|Local Government||Multi-member wards||Councillor|
|Scottish Parliament||Constituencies and Region||MSP|
|UK Westminster Parliament||Constituency||MP|
Local Government Boundaries
Moray has eight wards the boundaries for which are determined by the Boundaries Scotland for Scotland. A map of these ward areas can be found by using the online boundary map tool below or by downloading a map from their website.
- Moray ward maps (PDFs) (for election and from 4 May 2017) - Follow links on page to "Moray" and wards listed
- Moray Council online boundary map tool (shows wards)
Within each ward, areas are split into Polling Districts which is areas assigned to a specific Polling Place such as your local hall or school. Information about where you will vote at each election is published in a public notice prior to the election, and printed on your poll card which is sent to you prior to the election, as this may vary with the type of election being held.
Scottish Parliament Constituency boundaries
Moray is split between 2 parliamentary constituencies for the purposes of a Scottish Parliament election:
- Banffshire & Buchan Coast
Moray is also part of the Highlands and Islands region for purposes of the regional list vote during the Scottish Parliament elections. Maps for these areas can be found on the Boundary Commission for Scotland website.
UK Westminster Parliament Constituency Boundaries
For the purposes of a UK Parliament (General) election the constituency is Moray which has the same boundary as the Local Authority area. A constituency map is available on the Boundary Commission for Scotland website. For more information about constituencies in Westminster please see here.
The local government area is split into local government Wards; Moray has eight wards. For the purposes of voting the wards are then further split into Polling Districts which assigned a polling place, where voters then go to vote.