Find out changes to our services and advice in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Planning notices and lists

The Scottish Government introduced some changes to planning legislation through paragraph 9(2) of Schedule 6, Part 3 the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020 (the CV Act) which enables us as planning authority to use alternative methods for sharing weekly lists of planning applications validated and decided, and for making the public aware of applications which would normally have a notice displayed on site.

We are not able to provide paper copies of the lists at public locations and we are not able to visit sites to post notices as these actions may give rise to a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus or are likely to be ineffective or inappropriate due to action taken in order to control the incidence or transmission of coronavirus.

Planning site notices

Site notices are required for a variety of reasons including incomplete neighbour notification, sites within Conservation Areas, development to Listed Buildings or affecting their settings and applications with Environmental Impact Reports. The notices identify the time period during which representations can be made to us in respect of the application.

Weekly list of valid planning applications

This is the list of all planning and associated applications that were validated within the period shown.

Weekly list of planning applications decided

This is the list of all planning and associated applications that were determined within the period shown.