A commercial property in a market town could be extended to possibly make way for a new restaurant, according to mysterious plans.

Maria Rozycka, of EMAR Chartered Architects, in Slough, has submitted to Bucks Council a planning application for 11 Hill Avenue, in Amersham.

Plans mention a ‘ground-floor rear extension to the existing commercial premises and internal alterations’.

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PICTURED: Plans showing a 'proposed restaurant'.

Although there is no planning statement among the council documents which might detail what the purpose of this work is for, an attached drawing does seem to indicate a “proposed restaurant”.

EMAR Chartered Architects was unavailable for comment.

Ward councillor David King said he was ‘unaware of the application’.

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The proposed rear extension is for a ‘disused commercial property that was formerly a shop’, according to council documents.

However, former tenant, Allfloors flooring specialists, said the premises is currently occupied.

Three parking spaces will be retained, documents indicate.

Bucks Council’s planning officers will now decide what becomes of the planning application.

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