A new concrete skatepark could be built in the park of a Bucks town.

This is just one of the many applications submitted to Buckinghamshire Council during the past week or so.

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

Demolition of buildings and erection of five new dwellings at Lowgrounds Farmhouse, Harleyford Lane, Marlow (23/07357/FUL)

Applicant Robert Marsh wants to knock down existing workshops and greenkeeping accommodation, as well as Black Barn, Dutch Barn, portacabin offices and a grain store.

The five new dwellings would each have its own oak framed car port finished with plain clay tiled roofs.

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A design statement reads: “With these changes and use of same and proposed materials the design remains completely compatible within its courtyard setting as if they were a collection of converted farm buildings.”

Lowgrounds Farmhouse, which will be retained adjacent to the new homes, dates to the early 18th Century.

Erection of concrete skatepark at Ashbrook Recreation Ground, Aylesbury Road, Wendover (23/02944/APP)

Wendover Parish Council is applying for permission to build the new sports area and has started a crowdfunding campaign for the project.

The longest part of the skatepark will be 29m, the widest part will be 15m and the maximum height, 1.3m.

The design statement reads: “The layout has been considered to mitigate anti-social behaviour by creating an open-plan layout with no hidden areas.

“The layout has been designed to be low-level and viewable from all sides, from within the skatepark plot and from outside.

“This layout promotes safe use for the user by being able to review their surrounds whilst in use and promotes clear views from adjacent areas and any monitoring services.”

Change of use at 220 New Road High Wycombe (23/07434/FUL)

A six-bedroom house of multiple occupation (HMO) could be used as a seven-bedroom property if planning permission is approved.

Applicant Mrs Ann Kempson is hoping to turn the lounge on the ground floor into a seventh bedroom.

The detached property, which sits on the corner of a main road currently has parking spaces for four vehicles.