A MYRIAD of lanes in a Moray town are set to be named for the first time.
Keith has no fewer than 54 lanes running off its main streets.
And while known locally by various names, they have never officially been named.
Following a lengthy period of local consultation, involving local councillors, Keith Community Council and Keith and District Heritage Group, a definitive list of names has been presented to councillors.
The initial drive to get the lanes named was potential confusion and delay for emergency services answering 999 calls in the town, the committee was told.
Local councillor Gary Coull admitted it has proved a complex task pulling all the names together.
Among the names identified are Distillers Lane, Bankers Lane, Pipers Lane, Smiddie Lane and Weavers Lane.
Councillors were told that to erect street names for each of the lanes, with a sign at each end, would cost up to £11,500.
Members agreed to defer consideration of the move pending further consideration of the options to pay for the lane signs.