Wycombe District Council deals with thousands of planning applications every year.

They range from house owners wanting to build an extension to new homes, shops, businesses and even chopping down trees.

Here are five of the best projects announced from last week - the council will now consider whether each should go ahead.

1. Abbey View Primary Academy, Kennedy Avenue, High Wycombe – Plans to build a new two storey primary school with 420 places and a new pre-school with 52 places have been submitted.

The proposals state that the build will take place in two phases, with a new car park for 55 cars and three motorcycles, external play areas, a multi-use games area and a single story eco classroom located within a soft play area.

2. Royal Grammar School, Amersham Road, High Wycombe

Bucks Free Press:

- Plans have been submitted by the Royal Grammar School to alterations to the school including extensions to the library and the creation of a new sixth form centre.

In total, the proposal has three planned adjustments to the school. The first is to convert the current sixth form reading room into two ground classrooms. Secondly, plans have been lodged to convert, alter and extend the displaced classrooms on the ground floor into a new modern library space.

3. Coldharbour Cottage Winchbottom Lane, Little Marlow

Bucks Free Press:

Plans to build a storage unit have been submitted at a cottage in Little Marlow.

The site is within the green belt and is identified on the local plan policy maps. It will compromise of a garage building converted to residential accommodation, a portacabin office, two workshop/maintenance buildings, an associated plant and storage for a toilet and equipment.

4. 25 Institute Road, Marlow

Bucks Free Press:

Two households have submitted a joint plan to build a rear extension of both properties. One of the properties have also submitted proposals to build a rear extension on the property. The application claims that the appearance of the proposed extension will ‘harmonise with the surrounding and existing buildings.’

5. 301 Desborough Avenue, High Wycombe  

Bucks Free Press:

A property has submitted a plan to build a home gym and storage unit at a property in Wycombe.

The outbuilding would be split into three sections, two of which acting as store rooms, one for garden tools and furniture and one for household items, and the gym itself.

The gym would only be used by the applicant and his family.