Wycombe District Council deals with thousands of planning applications every year.

They range from house owners wanting to build an extension to new homes, shops, businesses and even chopping down trees.

Here are five of the best projects announced from last week - the council will now consider whether each should go ahead.

1) Hawes Recyling Centre, High Wycombe – Plans have been submitted to build a new bailing shed to allow the sorting and bailing of plastics and cardboard for the purposes of recycling.

2) Westfield School, Bourne End – The school have submitted plans to construct a front and rear single storey extensions.

Included in the plans are car park alterations.

3) De Graven Meadows, Askett – This property have submitted proposals to build a new timber stable on the site.

4) Holy Trinity Church, Bledlow: A retrospective planning application has been submitted to approve the installation of both wireless broadband receiving and transmitting equipment.

The equipment is positioned on the church tower.

5) 148 Brands Hill Avenue, High Wycombe – A household has submitted proposals to build a single storey extension to both the side and the front of the property.

The proposals also include alterations to the fences and window to door with a Juliet balcony.