Vision 2

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Vision 1

His many legs, pitifully thin compared with the size of the rest of him, waved about helplessly as he looked. "What's happened to me? " he thought. It wasn't a dream.

Vision 3

" He felt a slight itch up on his belly; pushed himself slowly up on his back towards the headboard so that he could lift his head better; found where the itch was, and saw that it was covered with lots of little white spots which he didn't know what to make of; and when he tried to feel the place with one of his legs he drew it quickly back because as soon as he touched it he was overcome by a cold shudder.

Vision 4

Travelling day in and day out.

Vision 5

For instance, whenever I go back to the guest house during the morning to copy out the contract, these gentlemen are always still sitting there eating their breakfasts. I ought to just try that with my boss; I'd get kicked out on the spot. But who knows, maybe that would be the best thing for me.

If I didn't have my parents to think about I'd have given in my notice a long time ago, I'd have gone up to the boss and told him just what I think, tell him everything I would, let him know just what I feel. He'd fall right off his desk! And it's a funny sort of business to be sitting up there at your desk, talking down at your subordinates from up there, especially when you have to go right up close because the boss is hard of hearing. Well, there's still some hope; once I've got the money together to pay off my parents' debt to him - another five or six years I suppose - that's definitely what I'll do. That's when I'll make the big change. First of

Vision 6

He slid back into his former position.

Moray Estates want to create an exemplar new community, one based on enduringly successful traditional town planning principles, but also which serves the needs of a community in 21st century Scotland – be those needs economic, social or environmental.

Since 2004 the Estates’ team have visited dozens of communities, new and old, in the UK, Denmark, Holland, Germany, Italy, France, Sweden and the USA to understand what works and what doesn’t.  We then sought to understand how what we had learnt could help us emulate some of the wonderful local communities in the Inner Moray Firth but also meeting today’s and tomorrow’s needs.

This means a compact, diverse and attractive place, built for pedestrians rather than cars and emphasising not just the importance of built architecture but of the wider public realm.  The network of streets, redolent of traditional communities, which provide great connections through the community to the shops, employment spaces and other facilities required in a town with an expected population of 12,500 when complete in 2050 – 2060.

As well as the built environment we wish to encourage new residents to get involved in civic life and to promote a sense of pride and civic responsibility.  This will be illustrated by the community involvement in the management of the town and in decisions about its future.