Planning and building standards
The planning system aims to encourage positive change in our towns and villages while protecting special assets such as historic buildings and the countryside.
Visit our page, 'Why do we have a planning system?' to find out how the system works in Renfrewshire, or use the links below to find the information you are looking for.
Use the links below to find out more:
Find out how to apply for planning permission and search for up-to-date information on planning applications.
Advice, application forms and guidance on the building standards.
View the development plans for Renfrewshire
Find out about flooding problems in Renfrewshire, what we are doing about it and what you can do too.
Listed buildings and conservation areas
Information on Renfrewshire's 500 plus listed buildings and 8 conservation areas
Nature conservation and greenspace
Read our advice on tree protection and find out about nature conservation, biodiversity and Renfrewshire's access strategy.
Find out about planned or completed development projects to improve our towns and villages
Street names and addresses
Find out how streets are named and properties are numbered.
Walking, cycling and access
Read our access strategy and find out about walking and cycling in Renfrewshire.
You may also be interested in finding out more about the Planning and Economic Development Board, which deals with planning matters including planning applications and building standards.
For general enquiries about planning and building standards matters, contact us on:
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone: 0300 300 0144
- fax: 0141 618 7935
- visit or write to us at:
Planning and Transport