How long does planning permission take Fife Council?

How long does planning permission take Fife Council?

Our current response times in some Service areas is taking much longer. We should get back to you within 21 days and if we have not, please do then follow up.

How do I object to a planning application at Fife Council?

You can also choose to submit you comments by emailing us at [email protected]. If you choose to submit comments by email, please provide the application reference number (example – 18/00000/Full) in the subject of the message.

How long does planning permission last in Scotland?

(4)Subject to subsection (5), a planning permission in principle lapses on the expiration of 2 years from the requisite approval being obtained (or, in the case of approval of different matters on different dates, from the requisite approval for the last such matter being obtained) unless the development to which the …

How long does a building warrant take in Fife?

21 days
Following a pre-submission discussion all building warrants submitted, with all the agreed supporting information in place, will be granted by Fife Council no later than 21 days from the date of submission. This is irrespective of the size or complexity of that development.

How do I complain about a Neighbours caravan in Scotland?

As much as you can about the complaint….You can complain in any of the following ways:

  1. Make a complaint online.
  2. Phone our general enquiries line: 03451 55 00 00 (8am-6pm Monday to Friday)
  3. BT text direct for the deaf: 18001 01592 55 11 91.
  4. Visit us at any council office and speak to a member of staff.

Is Fife Council SNP?

Following the May 2017 council elections no party was in overall control, resulting in a Power Sharing Agreement being drawn up between the Scottish National Party (SNP) and the Labour group to share control equally. David Alexander (SNP) and David Ross (Labour) were agreed as co-leaders of the council.

How much does a building warrant cost in Scotland?

Payment of your fee Minor building work that needs a building warrant will often carry a fee from £100 upwards. You’ll need to check the exact fee with your local Building Standards department.

Is it illegal to park over a dropped KERB in Scotland?

It can force pedestrians onto the road. The Scottish Government is in the process of making it an offence to park on a footpath. Never park across a resident’s access/driveway. Never park across “dropped kerb” crossing points at junctions.

Who is the MSP for Fife?

Constituency MSPs

Term Election Fife Central
4th 2013 by Tricia Marwick (SNP)
2014 by
5th 2016 Jenny Gilruth (SNP)
6th 2021

Who is in control of Fife Council?

Chief Executive – Steve Grimmond. The Chief Executive, Steve Grimmond, is the most senior paid position in the Council, leading a staff of 22,000. He has ultimate responsibility for the Council delivering over 500 key services to the people of Fife and managing our annual revenue and capital budget of over £1 billion.

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