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Planning appeals and reviews

Reviews

You should ask the Council for a review if your application was decided under powers given to the Head of Planning and Building Services. These are known as 'delegated decisions'.

Request a review

Use ePlanning Scotland to download a 'notice of review' form from the list of forms and guidance notesThere is no fee to pay for a review.

What is the Planning Local Review Body?

The Planning Local Review Body (PLRB) is a special Council committee that can:

  • decide the case on the information which they have
  • request more information either through written evidence and/or a public hearing
  • inspect the application site before deciding the case

You can find more information on how the Planning Local Review Body works in the Council’s guide to Local Planning Review Body.

For meeting dates and papers of the PLRB see the councillors and committees website.

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