A GRADE II listed building could be demolished and an aircraft company wants to build more facilities at its site.

This is just one of the many applications submitted to Bucks Council in the past seven days.

To view more details for each application, go to the council’s planning portal with the reference number attached.

PL/23/1717/FA ​- Construction of 2 storey cafeteria/office building with associated hardstanding following demolition of existing building at Martin Baker Aircraft Co Ltd 61 Lower Road Higher Denham Denham

Paul Berry has applied to Buckinghamshire Council to build a cafeteria and office building following structural problems with the previous building.

The proposed building has been designed with the intention of using a modular form of construction which will be the fastest means of obtaining a new building.

The existing cafeteria has to be replaced due to structural problems, and as can be imagined, the cafeteria and kitchen form an essential part of the facilities on this site, catering for hundreds of staff.

The proposal has been designed to be of the same overall height as the existing building.

PL/23/1682/HB - Listed building consent for demolition of existing privy building, erection of part single and part two storey rear extension, new soil vent pipe to side elevation and internal alterations, Little Close 82 High Street Great Missenden

Mr and Mrs Taylor are hoping to get plans approved to erect a new two storey and part single storey rear extension on their Grade II listed home.

Plans include the removal of the existing timber staircase and below-stairs toilet with the installation of a new staircase and toilet below.

Proposals also include the removal of a modern casement window and masonry below to form access from the extension to the existing kitchen area. 

All of the proposed works have been informed by historic research and assessment work to develop design proposals that are sympathetic to the significance of the listed buildings and reflect the character of the Great Missenden Conservation Area.

The planning documents state that any impact on any historic fabric of significance will be kept to the absolute minimum and will have a minimal impact on the overall significance of the listed building.

The couple believes the proposed alterations and extensions to Little Close will have some limited harm to the listed building and hope to repair and maintaine the listed building to a high standard.