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Planning forms 

The quickest way to submit a planning application is online. When you create an account with the eDevelopment service, you will be able to use both the ePlanning and eBuildingStandards services to submit applications to all Scottish local and planning authorities.

If you wish to submit a planning application using paper forms, the following forms, and guidance, is available to download from the ePlanning website.

Applications which can also be submitted via the ePlanning process

  • Planning Permission forms and guidance notes
  • Land ownership certificate (planning permission and householder application) guidance notes
  • Land ownership certificate (listed building consent and conservation area consent) guidance notes
  • Householder application forms and guidance notes
  • Listed building consent forms and guidance notes
  • Conservation area consent forms and guidance notes
  • Advertisement consent form and guidance notes
  • Tree works form and guidance notes
  • Prior notification form and guidance notes
  • Certificate of lawfulness - existing use form and guidance notes
  • Certificate of lawfulness - proposed use form and guidance notes
  • Notice of review form and guidance notes
  • Appeals against refusals and other decisions guide
  • Appeals notice form guide

Applications which cannot be submitted via the ePlanning process

You may need to provide supporting documentation with your application.