Buckinghamshire 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 four of the best projects announced from last week - the council will now consider whether each should go ahead.

Global Infusion Court, Preston Hill, Chesham

A proposal has been submitted to build 63 new properties compromising of 13 three-bedroom homes and 50 apartments.

The sitte was previously occupied by the Haresfoot Brewery and currently consists of a large storage facility, distribution warehouse and an office building where event catering and logistics specialist Global Infusion Group are based.

These will all be demolished, should the plan go ahead.

In the planning documents, the proposal highlights a plan for 100 per cewnt of the properties to be affordable.

Included in the plans are associated car parking, vehicular access, open space, landscaping and ancillary works.

Gurdons Farm, Oxford Road, Stokenchurch

A proposal has been submitted to the council to demolish the existing property on the farm.

In its place, the a new dwelling will be build – complete with surfacing and landscaping work.

113 Heath End Road, Flackwell Heath

Two new properties could be built in Flackwell Heath, if this planning application is given the green light.

The new properties will both be four-bedrom properties.

There is already a three-bedroom property on the site which will remain unaltered should the proposal be granted planning permission.

56 Brays Meadow Hyde Heath Amersham

The homeowners of this Amersham property have submitted a proposal to demolish their conservatory.

Should the proposal be acceotedm a single storey extension in the same location will be erected.