Article 4 Directions - Glasgow City
An Article 4 Direction is a statement made under The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Scotland) Amendment Order 2011. The Direction, made by a local authority and approved by Scottish Ministers, removes all or some of the permitted development rights on an area.
The effect of a Direction is that planning permission will be required for specific types of development which would otherwise be regarded as 'permitted development', i.e. development that does not require a planning application. Directions can cover a variety of minor works and might include: the replacement of doors and windows, the erection of gates, fences, garages, sheds, porches, storage tanks or the installation of satellite antennae.
Article 4 Directions complement Conservation Areas and may overlap these. This dataset should be used alongside Conservation Areas when considering built environment heritage constraints on development.
Article 4 DirectionsZIP
Article 4 Directions
Data Provided by
Glasgow City Council
UK Open Government Licence (OGL)
To be updated as and when necessary as new areas are defined. Changes will be published within three months at next quarterly publication month (Jan, Apr, Jul or Oct)