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Bucks: A new log cabin, a computer coding school, and a car garage – five interesting plans

A NEW log cabin, computer coding school, and auto repair shop are just a few of the many applications submitted to the Bucks Council over the past week.

Here is a selection of just a few of the latest plans that the council’s planners are now about to decide.

Demolition of the existing block house at the rear and construction of a new block house at the end of the driveway – PL / 21/1823 / FA

Ms. Emily Heath has applied to Bucks Council to build The Wish, 7 Kings Road, Chalfont St Giles.

The plans envisage that a 5 x 5 meter log cabin will be built at the front of the property to replace the existing one at the rear, which will be used as a workspace for microblading.

The new cabin will have a toilet and running water for a sink.

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Change of use of the back office space on the first floor for the provision of education – PL / 21/2125 / FA

Mr. Robin Theakston of Coding Education Ltd filed a change of use request with the Bucks Council for Pilgrim House, 12H Packhorse Road, Gerrards Cross.

There are plans to convert the vacant offices of a management consultancy into a space for Code Ninjas, a company that teaches programming and computer programming to children between the ages of 7 and 11.

Change of use in the vehicle workshop with light bodywork and TÜV inspection and four new TÜV customer parking spaces – PL / 21/1954 / FA

FB Motor Services’ Naaem Butt has submitted a change of use request to the Bucks Council for Little Britain House, Alma Road, Chesham.

In the plans, the conversion of the site into a vehicle repair workshop with services “light body and TÜV inspection” is planned in detail.

The change will ensure full-time employment of four workers, according to Council documents.

The owner, who is believed to be in Chess Business Park 12 in Chesham, has been notified.

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Demolition of existing warehouses and construction of three replacement warehouses with garbage containers, bicycle parking spaces and landscaping – 21/06329 / FUL

GW Copas Farms in Taplow has submitted a building application to Bucks Council for Units 7, 8 and 9, Westfield Farm, Medmenham.

The existing warehouses will be demolished and replaced by three new ones, the council documents say.

The applicant is now “awaiting a decision” from the Bucks Council.

Construction of four one-bed apartments (three with home offices) with parking space for two cars and underground parking for two cars – 21/06450 / FUL

Mr. A. Hussain of St James Design and Build Limited in High Wycombe has applied for a building application to Bucks Council for a plot of land south of 1 Seymour Court Road in Marlow.

The plan is to build four one-bed apartments (all intended for the housing market) with parking spaces for two cars and parking spaces for two more cars – a total of four.

The land between Berwick Road and Seymour Court Road was formerly residential garden land which Council documents have now set aside.

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