Wycombe’s legendary White Horse pub and strip club will become a 13-bedroom house in multiple occupation (HMO) after planning officers approved the plans.

This is just one of the many applications considered by Buckinghamshire Council during the past seven days.

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

Change of use of the White Horse pub, 95 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe (24/05042/FUL)

The permanently closed pub, which took its last orders on New Year’s Eve, can become a 13-bedroom HMO, planners have ruled.

The well-known boozer, that has long stood proud in the town, is known for hosting US rock band Kings of Leon’s first ever gig in the UK.

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But it will now be repurposed by its owner Streamdown Properties, a local firm run by businessman Shafqat Dad.

The approved plans for the White Horse mirror planning officers’ previous consent for a 13-bed HMO in 2020, which expired.

Streamdown says the six parking spaces it is retaining onsite will be ‘more than adequate’, claiming that the limited parking of nearby HMOs ‘does not cause an issue’ due to occupants not having cars.

Continued use of marquee for five years, Missenden Abbey, High Street, Great Missenden (PL/24/0387/FA)

Buckinghamshire New University has applied for permission to keep using the covered area during periods of warm weather.

The university’s application follows the opening of the Missenden Abbey International Hotel and Hospitality School at the 12th century former medieval abbey in September.

The various functions held in the marquee – including weddings and conferences – account for around one third of the abbey’s income.

A planning statement read: “The availability of the marquee has enhanced the attraction of the abbey as a wedding venue, which in turn has made an important contribution to the viability of the abbey.”

Pool demolition at Beechwood House, Abbey Park Lane, Burnham (PL/23/4049/FA)

Joanna Hasted has been given permission to demolish the existing pool building at the huge south Bucks mansion.

The structure will be replaced with a new single-storey building within the garden to provide a pool house, gym and games room.