PLANS to convert some offices to a ‘community kitchen’ have been submitted to the council.

Ms Fyffe of Community Kitchen has submitted to Bucks Council a ‘change of use’ application for Unit B1, 11 Duke Street, High Wycombe.

Plans include the conversion of some existing ground floor offices for “community use”, according to council documents.

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A new sign for the proposed venture will read: “Community Cooking & Wellbeing Kitchen.”

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There is also mention in reports of “two businesses working in partnership on the project”.

The installation of some windows and doors and the replacement of a roller shutter is also mentioned.

Three existing parking spaces will be retained.

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The new venture will also have two full-time employees and four part-time workers.

Its proposed opening hours will broadly be Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm, with the same hours on Saturday.

“Arrangements have been made with local allotment owners for the disposal of food waste for composting,” a council documents reads.

The owner, believed to reside in Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, has been notified.

The applicant is now ‘awaiting a decision’ from Bucks Council.

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