Buckinghamshire 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 four of the best projects announced from last week - the council will now consider whether each should go ahead.

HSBC Bank, 1 Cornmarket, High Wycombe 

HSBC's branch in High Wycombe could be set for a refurbishment which has been designed with the aim of remodelling the inside of the bank.

The bank wishes to undergo internal remodelling of the existing customer service space at both the ground and first floor level.

14 Hughenden Road, High Wycombe

This property in High Wycombe could be set for a conversion in order to convert it.
Plans have been put forward to convert the existing three-bedroom house, in order to create two new flats.

One of the new flats will contain two bedrooms and the other will be a one bedroom property.

2 Morris Place, Marlow

Plans to convert a dry cleaners in Marlow into a takeaway have been submitted to the council.

A plan has submitted to Bucks Council a ‘change of use’ application for Bentley’s Dry Cleaners, in Morris Place, Marlow.

The removal of a rooflight and construction of a chimney stack for an extraction system are also planned for the Grade II Listed terraced building, as are some internal works.

83 Easton Street, High Wycombe

Proposals to convert the site of High Wycombe’s oldest curry house to a retail space have been submitted to the council.

The Curry Centre was thought to be the oldest Indian restaurant in the town and had been owned by the Ali family since it opened in 1970.

Developers hope to convert the former restaurant to a retail space, and to convert a staff flat to a residential property.