TLC will be fitting over 400 kitchens and bathrooms this year, in the areas indicated in the tables below.

My area is on the list, what happens next?

Please note that this programme is subject to change and does not necessarily cover all of the properties in a street.

If your kitchen or bathroom is being upgraded, then a surveyor will arrange an appointment with you directly. The layout is then planned with your input to give you as many choices as possible.

If your property is also selected for a separate asbestos survey before the work can start, please do not be concerned. These safety checks are a precaution in older properties and do not necessarily mean that your home contains asbestos.

Once the kitchen or bathroom plan is finalised and your choices are confirmed, TLC will contact you directly to arrange suitable installation dates.

Kitchen Upgrades (surveys by Magnet Kitchen Design)


Northfield (houses) - Deanloch Terrace/Crescent, Kettlehills Road, Provost Fraser Drive, Stewart Crescent/Terrace, Hutton Place, Brebner Crescent/Terrace, Byron Avenue, Byron Crescent

Sheddocksley (houses) - Bressay Brae, Benbecula Road

Heathryfold (houses) - Heathryfold Circle, Heathryfold Drive, Dancing Cairns Place


Forres - Ferry Road & Mannachie Grove

Elgin - School Brae Court


Bathroom Upgrades


Stevenson Court, Bedford Road, 20-26 Back Hilton Road, Oscar Road, Merkland Road


Mintlaw - Park View

Johnshaven – Goldenacre

Huntly - Queens Gardens


Elgin - Pinefield Crescent, Reiket Lane, St Andrews Road, St Andrews Square, Waulkmill Grove

Findochty- Firth View

Hopeman - Drummuir Place

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