A new pottery shop, a kerb extension, and a garage conversion are just some of the many applications submitted to Bucks Council in the last week.

Here is a selection of just some of the latest plans that the council’s planning officers will now decide.

Householder application for construction of single-storey front extension and garage conversion to habitable accommodation - 21/07492/FUL 

Mr Pickles has submitted to Bucks Council a planning application for 6A Park Street, Princes Risborough.

The extension materials will match the garage.

The applicant is now awaiting a decision from Bucks Council.

Householder application for construction of two-storey side/rear extension, single-storey front extension, extension to existing dropped kerb and material and fenestration alterations - 21/07488/FUL

Mr and Mrs Martin have submitted plans for 25 Shelley Road, High Wycombe.

The existing dropped kerb is to be extended in width.

The applicants are now awaiting a decision from the council.

Erection of a two-storey dwelling to the side with associated bin storage - 21/07500/FUL

A resident has submitted an application for Bell Cottage, Bell Street, Princes Risborough.

It is a resubmission of a withdrawn application.

The applicant is awaiting a decision from the local authority.

Householder application for construction of part single, part two-storey side/rear extension, roof line alterations, formation of rear gable following partial demolition of existing flat roof rear extension and alterations to fenestration - 21/07508/FUL

Mr Cromar has submitted to the council plans for Rickyard Cottage, Denner Hill Road, Denner Hill.

Materials involved will be brick and flint and slate tiles.

The applicant is now awaiting a decision from Bucks Council.

Listed building application for one non-illuminated projecting hanging sign, one non-illuminated information panel, removal of brass sign on front elevation of building and removal of hanging sign bracket - 21/07506/LBC

Ms Tamra Booth, of Keeeps Limited, has submitted a listed building application for The White House, 72 High Street, Marlow.

Keeeps Limited is a pottery store selling handmade ceramic homeware. It has taken on the lease of this property following Jack Wills’ departure and is planning to open for trading in October 2021.

The applicant is now awaiting a decision from the council.

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