Planning decision: Kelbourne Street, Sanda Street, Clouston Street

Planning proposal relating to the Kelbourne Street, Sanda Street and Clouston Street application in Glasgow (ref. NOD-GLW-001). This case is closed.

Status of case: closed
Action: planning permission refused
Action date: 21/12/2016

Scottish Government case reference number: NOD-GLW-001
Planning authority: Glasgow City Council
Planning authority case reference number: 12/00924/DC

Scottish Ministers may intervene in determining a planning proposal, whether an application or an appeal, where it is felt there is a national interest in doing so. We make all correspondence between ourselves, planning authorities and Historic Environment Scotland relating to each case's progress available to the public.


A decision by ministers is final. However, you may seek an appeal to the Court of Session within 6 weeks of the final decision. The Court of Session cannot change a decision, but it can force Ministers to reconsider one.

The attached documents relate to a planning permission application for the erection of residential development with associated parking, landscaping and vehicular access and demolition of existing structures at site at Kelbourne Street, Sanda Street and Clouston Street, Glasgow:

  • decision letter refusing planning permission
  • notification direction letter
  • letter requesting missing documentation
  • letter commencing consideration period
  • call in letter
  • Planning and Architecture division assessment report
  • minute from the Directorate for Planning and Environmental Appeals returning the case

More information

Planning Circular 3 2009: Notification of Planning Applicationsprovides context to the above proposal.

Decision letter refusing planning permission.pdf
notification direction letter.pdf
letter requesting missing documentation.pdf
letter commencing consideration period.pdf
call in letter.pdf
planning and architecture division assessment report.pdf



Telephone: 0131 244 7073

Area 2-H (South)
Planning and Architecture Division
The Scottish Government
Victoria Quay

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