Planning applications

Weekly lists of new planning applications are produced by Glasgow City Council. Our Planning Officer reviews the latest applications, and any relevant to our area are discussed at our meetings. We may take a decision on whether to oppose an application and send in an objection.

Current applications

Click on the map below for a bigger version (opens in new tab) where you can click on document icon to find out the details of any current application. Then click on the “View on Local Authority web…” to go to the full application on the City Council website.

Map of planning applications

If an application you’re looking for isn’t available, try the City Council map instead (details below).

City Council planning portal

You can also see what planning applications are live by going to this map on the City Council website. You can filter by ward or community council area or just view for the whole city. The links within the map take you directly to the documents for each application and you can view these and comment as normal.

To see current planning application information in North Kelvin:

  1. Use the link to go to the map
  2. Press the button labelled “Go to the Web App”
  3. On the left-hand menu choose the option “Community Council”
  4. Scroll down the list of community councils and select “North Kelvin”

The Glasgow City Council site also provides information on how to comment on planning applications and gives guidance on Houses in Multiple Occupation or HMOs.

HMO licensing

HMO licensing is treated separately from planning: if you have concerns about an HMO, please see this page on the City Council website which gives information on standards and a Code of Conduct.

Keep a diary or spreadsheet of any incidents or problematic behaviour, as this is evidence that the Licensing Committee may use in its annual appraisal of whether a licence can be renewed. Get in touch with us too.


You can get free, impartial and confidential advice to help with any planning issues, whether about your own home or wider planning issues in your community, from PAS (Planning Aid for Scotland). They also provide information about the planning system, with specific information sheets about common issues, and details of how to contact the planning authority in your local area.


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