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It's also unlikely you'll need to get your building plans approved if it's on a building like a shed or a barn, unless you're converting a barn into a living space.
Scottish Building Standards for major work
If you're doing any type of building work that will change things like the floor space of your house, its structure or its roof, it's likely you'll need to apply to your local council for a Building Warrant.
If you're not sure about Scottish Building Standards
If you're not sure whether you need to apply for a Building Warrant you can ask your local council's Building Standards service.