Building warrant forms
There are different building warrant forms that you may need to complete at the different stages of your project.
You can submit all types of building standards applications online through the national eBuilding Standards portal where electronic forms are available for submission. The portal will also allow the submission of any additional documentation required to process an existing application such as revised drawings or any certificate relating to completion, the required form for these is ‘additional supporting documents’.
Submit paper application
Alternatively, you can submit building warrant forms in a paper copy or scanned form.
Before you start building work:
- Form A - Application for building warrant (pdf 177KB)
- Form B - Application for amendment to building warrant (pdf 163KB)
- Form J - Notice regarding start of work (pdf 107KB)
- Form L - Notice of intention to use an approved certifier of construction (pdf 107KB)
During building work:
- Form C - Application to extend period of validity of warrant (pdf 45KB)
- Form E - Application for temporary occupation or use (pdf 139KB)
- Form Q - Notice of finalisation of design details (pdf 19KB)
- Change of agent (pdf 25KB)
- Change of owner (pdf 24KB)
After building work completion:
- Form 5 - Completion certificate - submission (pdf 69KB)
- Form 6 - Submission for late certificate of completion (pdf 209KB)
For work carried out before 1st May 2005 without obtaining warrant approval you will need to apply for a letter of comfort (pdf 106KB).
You can email or send all paper based applications to our correspondence address.
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 such as Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Scottish Environment Protection Agency.