Building regulations

View building warrant applications

We are taking steps to allow us to continue to deliver our services for the duration of the COVID-19 situation. Details of our full position.

We are no longer operating under business as usual in order to focus on priority and statutory services. The Highland Council is planning for greatly increased staff absence levels over the coming days and weeks. Staff will be working remotely, so capacity and access to our usual systems will be significantly limited. It may therefore take longer to process planning applications, building warrants, and related aspects of the Planning and Building Standards service including customer queries, complaints and public comments during this period. Your patience and understanding is appreciated.


 

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Creating an account on Highland ePlanning allows you to receive email alerts of building warrant applications in your area.

  • Building warrant applications 26 June 2020
  • Historic weekly lists of building warrant applications
  • Buy copies of building warrant documents
    • Copies of documents for residential buildings can only be requested by an Interested Party.
    • Definition of an Interested Party:

      For residential buildings (including individual dwellings), copying is limited to anyone with an interest in the building (Interested Party), such as the current owner, occupier, tenant or any prospective owner, occupier or tenant.

      Copying is also extended to an Interested Party of an adjoining building. For types of building where removal from the register is undertaken, where there is a security concern copying should only be permitted with the written permission of the owner.

Viewing of building warrant documents is currently suspended. Our offices are closed in line with both Scottish Government and UK Government advice to minimise social contact.

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