Building Warrant Forms
You can submit your building warrant application online through the national eBuilding Standards website where electronic forms are available and can be submitted through the portal.
Alternatively, you can submit building warrant application in a paper copy or scanned form. To do that use the below forms which are applicable to applications made on or after 1 May 2005:
- Form A - Application for building warrant (pdf 294 KB)
- Form B - Application for amendment to building warrant (pdf 260 KB)
- Form C - Application to extend period of validity of warrant (pdf 38.4 KB)
- Form E - Application for temporary occupation or use (pdf 236 KB)
- Form J - Notice regarding start of work (pdf 107 KB)
- Form L - Notice of intention to use an approved certifier of construction (pdf 107 KB)
- Form Q - Notice of finalisation of design details (pdf 19 KB)
- Form 5 - Completion certificate - submission (pdf 237 KB)
- Form 6 - Submission for late certificate of completion (pdf 382 KB)
For work carried out before 1 May 2005 without obtaining warrant approval you will need to apply for a letter of comfort (pdf 106 KB).
Submit paper application
To submit paper based application you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it to our office at ePlanning Team, Aberdeenshire Council, Viewmount, Arduthie Road, Stonehaven, AB39 2DQ.
Data Protection Act 1998
The information submitted on any of these forms will only be used to process your Building Standards query. The data may also be made available to members of the public via the council website and the weekly list of Building Standards applications. In addition, as part of the building warrant process we may need to consult with other services within the council and share your data with other statutory bodies e.g. Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
Unsure if you require a warrant application? Complete our enquiry form and we will write back to you with confirmation. Please note this form is for domestic properties only. You are advised to contact your local Building Standards office for non-domestic enquiries.
Do I Need a Building Warrant? - Domestic Use (pdf 540 KB)