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.

Asda, Crest Road, High Wycombe

HIGH Wycombe’s Asda is set to get a big makeover as part of new plans to shake up the layout of the store.

Bosses at the supermarket, based on Crest Road, have asked Buckinghamshire Council for permission to make changes to the site’s home shopping pod and click and collect area.

You can read more here.

138 Kitchener Road, High Wycombe

Plans have been submitted to convert an existing property.

The existing property comprises a single dwelling house, semi-detached and built over two storeys.

It contains two reception rooms, a kitchen, two bedrooms at first floor with a bathroom and a further bedroom at second floor within the loft. 

The proposal is to extend the existing home and convert the lower ground floor to create a flat.

Site Of Wharf Business Centre, Bourne End

A proposed non-material amendment has been submitted for the approval of a plan to demolish the existing buildings and erect a new block of sheltered housing.

This will comprise of 21 apartments (three one bedroom apartments and 18 two bedroom apartments) with communal owners lounge and concierge office; associated parking spaces, a bin store and electric pavement buggies/cycle store.

232 & 232C West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe

Plans have been put forward to demolish the existing properties on the site.

They will be replaced with two apartment buildings, comprising of ten two bedroom flats and seven one bedroom flats.