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The easiest way to apply for planning permission is to submit and pay for your planning application online. You can do this on the ePlanning Scotland website.

If you need help submitting your application online, a user guide is available at eplanning.scot  and this will provide you with step by step support.

In addition to this, we have produced a checklist to highlight information required before applying, as well as a list of all the fees associated with making a planning application. You can download both from the publications section of this page.

You may also require a Building Warrant before starting any building or alteration work to the property.

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