Plans to demolish a former pub and replace it with eight new homes have been submitted to Buckinghamshire Council.

The site of the former Shoulder of Mutton pub, Old Berkeley House in Owlswick, has been earmarked for redevelopment into four detached and four semi-detached properties.

The new developments would begin with the demolition of the rear extensions to former pub and detached single storey residential annexe and outbuilding currently on the site.

Alterations would then be made to the rear elevation of the property, including to the juliet balcony on the first floor.


If the plans are approved, the eight new homes would be built, complete with associated garages and an estate road.

According to planning documents, as per the recently adopted Air Quality SPD - one electric vehicle charging point must be provided for each proposed dwelling.

As nine dwellings are proposed, nine electric vehicles charging points (one per household) must be installed.

The building was first originally purchased by by the Weller Brewery over 200 years ago in 1819.

Plans had been submitted last year to change the use of the property from a pub to a café, with alterations inside to provide more space to the resident.