A high street supermarket could see several changes under new plans – including ‘relocating the shopfront entrance’.

The Co-operative Group has submitted to Bucks Council a planning application for the Co-op, Stone House, on Chalfont St Giles High Street.

Plans detail the ‘relocation of new auto-sliding entrance doors to the front, and that the existing forecourt be ramped up to provide a level entrance threshold’.

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A heritage statement also mentions the ‘relocation of the shopfront entrance’.

Plans also detail the ‘installation of a new external coldroom at the rear of the premises, with fencing – and a replacement mechanical plant enclosure (also at the rear)’.

Finally, a new metal fire exit door to replace an existing roller shutter will also be installed.

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“The proposals are in keeping with the current building,” a heritage statement reads. “The building is not listed and has had a modern shopfront installed previously.

“The proposals to the front are in keeping, whilst the work to the rear will be screened.

“The community is growing and the store needs to continue to adapt to cater for the ever-increasing needs.”

Planning officers will now decide what becomes of the application.

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