A popular bar on Marlow’s High Street could get a revamp – and a change of name.

Baroosh could become The Duke of Clarence if new plans are given the green light by Wycombe District Council.

According to the plans, Baroosh – a bar owned by pub company McMullen & Sons – could make changes to the shop front including new window box planters and lights.

But perhaps the biggest change would be the name – with drawings suggesting it could be called The Duke of Clarence instead.

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An unused door could also be filled in, replacing the glass with brick to match the rest of the building.

The proposals explain that the six new planters will be painted green and gold to go with the bar’s potential new logo and will be put in the windows on the ground and first floor.

A new sign has also been proposed and this will be situated on the brickwork, with two lights being put at either side of the existing entrance.

The bar is in the Marlow Conservation Area – so Wycombe District Council will be studying the plans carefully.

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But McMullen & Sons say the revamp plans have been “carefully designed” to make sure there will be no adverse impact on safety or the surrounding shops.

The new signage will also be “high quality” and will help “preserve the historic environment [while] promoting the presence” of the bar.

McMullen & Sons have been approached for comment.