The Marlow Film Studios revealed its final architectural designs in a public exhibition last week.

The film studio has spent the last ten months holding consultation events as they look to submit a formal planning application this month.

The proposals would see a 167.8 thousand square metre production facility on the site of next to the A404 Westhorpe junction at Little Marlow.

As a part of the exhibition the film studio revealed some of the plans they have in their application.

A new public transport service would be launched to address the implications of the new studios on traffic and transport locally.

The new services would include a direct and half-hourly bus between Maidenhead and High Wycombe, linking to Crossrail.

There would also be a new half-hourly hopper service around Marlow connecting to Little Marlow and Bourne End and would include the Marlow Film Studios, Globe Park, Marlow Train Station, the High Street.

A recreational network of cycle routes and pedestrian pathways would be built too as well as a new path running parallel to the A404.

It would head north from the Volvo bridge to the Little Marlow Road and south with the permission of the landowner, to Field House Lane, and then connecting to the Thames Path.

A transport hub at Marlow Film Studios’ entrance would be open to the public with a bus top and hire bikes and scooters.

Andrew Cameron, a transport consultant said: “We are taking the public transport and active mobility agendas seriously and propose meaningful solutions that will help people travel more sustainably.

“Our approach is to make a positive contribution by finding transport solutions that provide a better travel choice for the wider area rather than just meeting the needs of the Studios, as part of a package of measures to mitigate the impact on local traffic and congestion.”

The Marlow Film Studios say it would support up to 5000 jobs including up to 2000 jobs on-site with 25 per cent being permanent in supporting trades, and additionally in areas directly related to the studios.

A traineeship scheme would also be launched linked to local schools and colleges.

The designs have been put together by architects WilkinsonEyre with an approach that has sought to minimise the visual impact.

This includes using planted roofs and facades, considered colours and materials and breaking up the scale of through different size buildings.

Oliver Tyler, WilkinsonEyre’s project director, said: “We have re-imagined the film studios to create a true ‘sense of place’ with a design that responds to the location and that will contribute positively to the area’s identity.

“It will be a hub for skills, technology, and creativity, as well as provide a centre for social and community life for both the film industry and local neighbours.”