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Planning & Placemaking Committee Decisions - 25 January 2023

Some recent planning applications were referred to the Planning & Placemaking Committee for determination. These applications have now been considered by the Committee.

Gypsy/Traveller Site Standards Consultation

Draft guidance for applications for private residential and short stay sites has been prepared and is out for consultation now.

Planning & Placemaking Committee Decisions - 1st June 2022

Some recent planning applications were referred to the Planning & Placemaking Committee for determination. These applications have now been considered by the Committee.

Local Review Body Decisions - 5 April 2022

Some recent planning application decisions were taken to review by the applicants. These reviews have been heard by the Local Review Body, which comprises three Councillors with support from and independent planning advisor and the Council's legal service.

Fees for planning applications and associated services - revised charges from 1st April 2022

Fees for planning applications and other associated applications and services will be changing on 1st April 2022. Make sure you know what fee will be required for your application to avoid delays in the validation of your application or request.

Planning Performance Framework 2019-20 (PPF9)

The Planning Performance Framework was developed by Heads of Planning Scotland in conjunction with the Scottish Government. The framework involves a mix of qualitative and quantitative measures to provide a toolkit of indicators. All planning authorities and SDPAs prepare PPF reports annually.

Public Access Guidance

We have created a short guide to using the Public Access or Planning portal.

Removal of Permitted Development Rights by Conditions

If you are planning to extend or alter your home, or build within the garden, you should ensure that you have checked if you need to apply for planning permission before you start the works.

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