A Grade II listed pub in Beaconsfield Old Town is set to get a huge makeover - and become a brasserie and bar. 

The White Hart pub in Aylesbury End is going to be turned into a Browns restaurant after owner Mitchells and Butlers put forward plans for a major revamp. 

Mitchells and Butlers - who own both the Vintage Inns brand, which The White Hart currently is, and Browns - wants to replace the modern bar area with something more "traditional", upgrade the outdoor terrace and add new signage. 

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There are around 25 other Browns restaurants around the country, including in Bristol, Brighton, Cambridge, Oxford, Reading and Windsor. 

It offers "classic homemade brasserie fayre" including dishes like slow-cooked salted pork belly with toffee apple, mustard mash, cider sauce and buttered greens (£17.75), 7oz fillet steak and garlic butter scallops with fries, onion rings, grilled mushrooms, vine tomatoes and asparagus (£33.95) and whole fresh lobster (£39.95). 

It also offers Sunday roasts, afternoon tea and bottomless brunch as well as cocktails.

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According to the plans for the White Hart, a new lobby partition will be built at the front entrance, an existing meeting room will be opened up to the main customer terrace, with sliding doors added to create a 'private dining' room for hire, and the customer toilets will be refurbished. 

On the first floor, an existing toilet will become a new staff kitchen, a new prep kitchen will be installed and windows replaced. 

Out the back, new fixed seating, parasols, surfacing and screen fencing will be installed and replacement fencing will be added. 

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Out the front, new signs advertising the Browns bar and brasserie brand will be added. 

The White Hart is a Grade II listed building, built around 1600, and lies in the Beaconsfield Old Town Conservation Area. 

According to its website, The White Hart has served the town of Beaconsfield as a hotel and hosted a cycling club, a lawn tennis club and a shooting club, and was once the home of the Lord of the Manor. 

Mitchells and Butlers say the overhaul of The White Hart will help keep it "relevant to its customer base". 

You can see the plans in full on Buckinghamshire Council's planning portal using the reference: PL/22/0995/AV.