Please note until further notice all departments may not be able to respond to enquiries relating to the financial status of statutory notices as we are unable to access our financial systems. This is currently being worked on by our IT Company and hopefully be resolved soon.
Due to essential upgrade and maintenance the Online Portal for Statutory Property Noticesmay experience short interruptions to service on:
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
A Property Enquiry Certificate (PEC) is a standard report on information regarding Statutory Notices and other legal orders and regulations that affect a property. The information is often required when buying or selling a house. The seller's solicitor will normally request this as part of the property search.
You can request a PEC by emailing Formal Property Enquiries.
The cost for a Property Enquiry Certificate is £59.00.
Please note from 1st January 2017, VAT will be charged at 20% to the cost of a property enquiry certificate.
The turn around for a PEC is 5 working days upon receipt of request.
Search Statutory Property Notices for more information.
The records displayed here may be incomplete and should not be used as a substitute for obtaining a Property Enquiry Certificate. The Council accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information obtained using this data, any actions that are taken as a result of information displayed on this site are taken entirely at the viewer's own risk.
Notices served on a range address (e.g. 10-20 High Street) will not be retrieved for all address numbers within the range. We are currently working on a solution for this.
If a notice has been served on a property and you wish to make enquiries relating to it please contact the relevant section by click on the relevant notice type below:
For further information or assistance contact:
Information Data Research Team
Glasgow City Council
231 George Street
Glasgow G1 1RX or Email
DX:-GW145 or Legal Post:-LP6-GLASGOW 10