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Planning Permission



I have a live planning permission on my farm that is due to expire soon, what should I do?

Scottish Government is aware that some planning permissions will be due to expire over the coming weeks and months, and for various reasons caused by the current restrictions, there will be difficulties in commencing development or carrying out necessary processes.

The duration of planning permission is set out in primary legislation. Recognising this issue, Scottish Government has made provision in the Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill to extend the duration of all planning permissions due to expire during an ‘emergency period’ of 6 months, so that the relevant permission or time limit shall not lapse for a period of 12 months from the date those provisions came into force.

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