A proposal has been submitted to build a new housing development in Booker, High Wycombe.

The plans highlight an aim to build a total of 41 new properties in a new development on land off of Clayhill in Clay Lane, Booker, of which 20 will be defined as affordable properties.


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Three small apartment blocks of flats will provide 21 of the new properties, with the remaining 20 properties being spread across the site.

Two of the apartment blocks are planned to be two-storey buildings, with the remaining block set to be a three-storey development.

Should the proposal be given the green light, a new access road will be constructed from Clay Hill.

Developers also wish to construct a central open space with a play area, surrounded with trees.

Included in the plans are 76 allocated parking spaces for residents, as well as a further 19 visitor car parking spaces.