A NEW septic tank and a cesspool are set to be installed in Binfield.

This plan is just one of five interesting proposals sent to Bracknell Forest Council in the past week.

You can view full details of each plan by entering the planning reference at planapp.bracknell-forest.gov.uk

A septic tank and cesspool in Binfield (planning reference: 20/00425/FUL)

Bracknell News:

Homeowners at a property at Wicks Green in Binfield want to replace their existing tank with this application.

They have one because they don’t have access to the public sewer, according to a planning document.

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The new tank will be located further away from neighbouring properties meaning there is less impact on those living close by.

A planning report read: “The proposal will reduce the current number of tank emptyings required during the course of a year and as a result there will be fewer tanker movements along the lane with potential to improve highway safety.”

New educational facility in Bracknell (20/00427/3)

Bracknell News:

Offices on Market Street will be converted into a new learning space if this plan gets the go-ahead.

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According to Google, Polar Network Charging Station was last based at 20 Market Street, where the new facility would be created.

The educational centre would open from 9am-6pm Monday to Friday for eleven to 16-year-olds.

A new outbuilding by Crowthorne’s Royal British Legion (20/00432/FUL)

Bracknell News:

Crowthorne’s Royal British Legion base, on Wellington Road, could soon get a new outbuilding.

The outbuilding is a 2.4m x 2.4 m shed, according to planning documents.

The shed would go next to the Legion’s bowling green.

A new home at stables in Warfield (20/00408/FUL)

Bracknell News:

A barn is set to be knocked down for a new home at Brockhill Stables in Warfield.

The proposed home would be located in the green belt, but developers argue it will have no greater impact on the openness of the countryside than the existing feeding barn.

The home would have four bedrooms.

Tree works in Crowthorne (20/00092/TRCA)

Bracknell News:

Two trees will be chopped down and two more will be pruned if applicants get permission for this application.

The location of the trees is a property on Church Street.

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As with all the other applications listed, this plan is pending consideration.