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Service Update

Fife Council Contact Centre is no longer dealing with a range of normal business calls, including those to the Planning Service. The majority of our staff are working remotely and whilst it may take us a little longer than normal, we are doing our best to operate as close to normal service as possible. This means that we are continuing to respond to inquiries as well as processing both current and new planning applications.

Our ePlanning service allows you to search for information relating to planning applications as far back as 2006.

By using this service you can register to:

  • comment on a planning application
  • create your own personal profile
  • save details of searches you have made
  • track specific applications which you are interested in
  • receive notification of changes to applications that you are tracking

If you wish to comment on an application online you must provide your name and address to ensure your information is used as part of the decision process. Please note your name, address and any comments will be shown on our website.  If you submit a comment which you then wish to retract you must put your request in writing to development.central@fife.gov.uk.

PLEASE NOTE:  Comments must be made within the specified timescales (see publication below).

You do not need to receive a Neighbour Notification letter to comment on an application.   Once an application has been decided you will only be able to view the application form, drawings, maps, reports and decision notice. Letters from consultees, neighbours and objectors or supporters will be removed.  Please note that the Council reserves the right to remove any defamatory information.   You can also view information relating to specific applications by using the Quick Response (QR) codes that are available on Site Notices across Fife.

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Contact: Economy, Planning and Employability Services 
   
 Email:development.central@fife.gov.uk