Plans to convert an office building to 54 flats have been resubmitted to the council.

Mr Nigel Marsden, of ReAssure Limited, has submitted to Bucks Council a ‘change of use’ application for Rivermead, on Oxford Road, in New Denham.

Plans detail a ‘conversion from offices to 54 one and two-bedroom residential units via permitted development rights’.

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There will also be 82 parking spaces (eight disabled) and 108 cycle bays.

Planning permission for the change of use was granted in 2019.

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“The purpose of this application is to refresh [an] extant planning permission for a further three years,” a cover letter reads.

“No changes have been made to the scale/quantum of the proposed development.”

Planning officers will now decide what becomes of the application.

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