Plans for 14 new flats have been accepted.

Bucks Council has approved a ‘change of use’ application by Mr Nigel Freeth for 2-4 High Street, Chalfont St Peter.

Bucks Free Press:

2-4 High Street

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Plans outline the ‘conversion from office use to 14 residential units’.

Up to 25 parking spaces are proposed.

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In 2018, similar plans for 19 flats were submitted.

“This…is for a similar scheme but for 14 units as we wish to improve the overall appeal of the proposal to future purchasers,” a cover letter states.

Approval was given on August 31.

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