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Planning Enforcement

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What is planning enforcement

Planning Enforcement in Glasgow is afforded a high priority and comprises diverse and sometimes complex areas. This is primarily because the Town and Country Planning Acts seeks to strike a balance between the freedom of owners to use or alter their property/land as they wish, whilst at the same time safeguarding the amenities of their neighbours and conserving historic buildings and areas.

How to report breaches

If you would like us to investigate a possible breach of planning control please complete the Planning Enforcement Form.

If you wish to request Statutory Notice Information to establish if a property/land has any financial burdens upon it as a result of Enforcement Action, please complete the form Statutory Notice Information Form.

If you wish to Search for notices issued by the Council please search Online Planning.

View our publications

The guides below provide the City Council's approach to Planning Enforcement:

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