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 most interesting projects announced from last week - the council will now consider whether each should go ahead.

Beech House, 27 Little Marlow Road, Marlow

A planning application has been put forward to convert the existing premises of these offices.

If the application is approved, four new flats will be built.

In the planning documents, the architects behind the plan argue: "The proposed residential use would be less intensive in traffic generation/parking terms than the previous existing office use."

Greendale Farm Kennels, Bigmore Lane, Horsleys Green

A proposal has been put forward to construct a new building on the site of these kennels in Horsley Green.

Should the application be approved, the new building will be used to 'house small animals for boarding purposes'. 

361A West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe

A planning application has been submitted to build a two-storey rear extension on the current property, as well as converting the existing loft.

The planning documents confirm that this would be in order to a new one-bedroom flat, in addition to the existing property.

765 London Road, Loudwater

Similar to the proposal listed above, a planning application has been submitted to erect a new part two storey/part first floor side extension, alongside the construction of three balconies to first floor corner elements.

This would be in order to create of two additional self-contained flats.

55 Plomer Green Lane, Downley

A planning application has been submitted to construction an attached two storey end terrace dwelling.

Included in the proposal is the creation of a new access to rear of the property, complete with associated car parking.

According to the planning application, one 32 amp electric vehicle charging points must be provided prior to the occupation of the development.