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 - 31 Verney Avenue, High Wycombe - This household has submitted a proposal for multiple amendments to their property.

The householder wishes to erect a new front porch, raise the roof and build a new pitched roof in the rear of the property.

They also wish to build a single storey detached building to the rear of the property to be used as a gym/office with a shower room.

2 – 118 West Street, Marlow - This listed building may look different in the near future with developers hoping to change the interior.

They have submitted proposals to demolish internal partitions in the building, alongside the creation of new stud walls to the ground and first floor which will create new rooms with en-suites.

This is in connection with the proposed change of use from residential to hotel.

3 - 33 Whitelands Road, High Wycombe – A plan has been submityted to convert the existing dwelling on this site to create new flats.

The proposals highlight plans to build four one-bedroom flats and one two-bedroom flat over the four floors.

4 - Ivy Farm, Lower Icknield Way, Longwick – This farm have put forward a plan to demolish the existing barns on the site.

This is to allow the building of a new detached chalet style house complete with a detached double garage in the front of the property, which will be served by the existing vehicular access.

5 – 22 Woodside Road, High Wycombe – The householder has submitted a plan to build a new single storey front and side extension alongside a part two storey, part single storey side and rear extension.

The house also wants to build a new outbuilding which will comprise of a garage and games rooms.