Planning Enforcement content If you consider that a development has been carried out without the necessary permission and/or the failure of applicants to abide by the conditions attached to planning decisions you must contact us by email or in writing. The name of the complainant will be kept confidential and we will investigate the development and seek to resolve any breaches of planning control that may have occurred. We can decide to take formal action where a satisfactory outcome cannot be achieved by negotiation. However, enforcement is a discretionary power. That means that, even where there is a breach of planning control, the Council has to consider if it is in the public interest to take enforcement action. The Council is not required to take any particular action on a specific breach of planning control, and indeed can decide that no action is necessary. We will carry out the enforcement function in accordance with our Planning Enforcement Charter (2048KB PDF) The Council maintains registers of all statutory notices served in relation to planning, listed buildings, advertisements, building preservation and high hedges. The registers can be viewed by clicking on the following links: Enforcement NoticesEnforcement Notices (69KB PDF) Listed Building Enforcement NoticesListed Building Enforcement Notices (70KB PDF) Advert NoticesAdvert Notices (30KB PDF) Listed Building-Building Preservation NoticesListed Building-Building Preservation Notices (33KB PDF) High Hedges NoticesHigh Hedges Notices (45KB PDF) Other NoticesOther Notices (57KB PDF) The Enforcement Officers can be contacted at email@example.com or by writing to: Planning Enforcement, City Development Department, 50 North Lindsay Street, Dundee, DD1 1LS.