Controversial plans to build two apartment blocks made up of 10 flats in Gerrards Cross will be discussed by the council next week.

South Bucks District Council’s (SBDC) planning committee will meet on Wednesday to debate on plans to build the blocks of flats at numbers 24 and 26 Marsham Lane.

If plans are given the green light, the blocks would two-storey buildings with basement parking as well as a gym, swimming pool, sauna and steam room and a plant room.

Each building would contain five flats – four two-bedroom flats with a study and one three-bedroom flat.

Gerrards Cross Town Council has objected to the application, stating the development will be “over dominant” to neighbouring properties and concerns were also raised over the loss of trees.

A total of 17 letters of objection have been received objecting to the plans, with concerns raised over noise pollution caused by additional vehicles and the lack of pedestrian access.

However SBDC planning officers have recommended the decision should be recommended to the head of economic planning for approval.