A SECONDARY grammar school for girls could see changes made to some of its buildings following an application to the council.

Wycombe High School on Marlow Road seeks from Bucks Council “formal determination” for a series of alterations it wants to see done to existing areas.

These include installing in the “curtain wall” of its Christie building new doors to form a new entrance and exit to a new reception area, with a side delivery door.

Bucks Free Press:

PICTURED: What the proposed entrance might look like 

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Also, a new freestanding curved canopy above the new entrance and exit, with an “associated hardstanding entrance path”.

Plus replacing a crittall glass screen underneath a link bridge between its Christie and Downs building with a new external glass screen and double sliding doors.

There is also mention of a new fence and gate, and “new signage”.

Bucks Free Press:

PICTURED: A council made map of the site

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The changes can be made under permitted development, according to a council document.

“From the information provided, it would appear that the entrance doors and canopy and the new signage would not require planning permission,” it reads.

The school accommodates approximately 1,310 pupils aged 11-18 years.

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