CHANGES are being planned at Bracknell’s Morrisons supermarket.

This is just one of five interesting plans submitted to Bracknell Forest Council in the past couple of weeks.

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For full details of each plan, enter the planning reference at

Changes at Morrisons (20/00517/FUL)

The Peel Centre supermarket is set to add a building within its service yard to create a warehouse pod will hold two gas coolers and two refrigeration holds.

Bracknell News:

Bosses at the store are also hoping to create three new additional parking spaces for delivery vans, as well as an additional exit gate.

A new gantry is also planned for the store.

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Conversion of a teashop in Sandhurst (20/00534/FUL)

Retirement home chiefs at Fleur-De-Lis on Yorktown Road want to turn their tearoom into a two-bedroom residential apartment.

Bracknell News:

Renaissance Retirement currently runs the 42-bedroom retirement village, which was set up after permission was granted in 2016 and included a tearoom.

Now this space could be changed to add another two beds to the building, which is for over 60s only.

A similar original plan was refused by Bracknell Forest Council (BFC) in 2019, however, after planning chiefs said this would result in the loss of a community facility.

New advertisement boards around The Lexicon (20/00532/A)

As residents return to the town centre, shopping bosses are preparing to make some additions to The Lexicon.

Bracknell News:

New plans indicate seven ‘advertising totems’ — or in other other words, electronic displays — will go up around the shopping centre.

Locations planned include by Brooke House, the war memorial, Bond Way and more.

Four new flats in Bracknell (20/00510/FUL)

Another application involving a retirement housing development — this time in Bracknell.

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Housebuilders are hoping to add four flats at Montgomery of Alamein Court, Cumberland Drive, with four new parking spaces also planned.

Internal changes and an extension to the conservatory is also planned, with easier access to the existing buggy store also a possibility.

Bracknell News:

Montgomery of Alamein Court is a purpose-specific development, built in 1980 as a retirement housing facility. It currently contains 68 one x bedroom flats and a one three-bedroom flat.

A new home in Warfield (20/00461/FUL)

An existing brick building at Whitelocks Farms on Garsons Lane could be converted into a two-bedroom home if this plan gets approval.

Bracknell News:

The proposal includes permanently removing a two-bed mobile home currently sitting at the site.

As with all applications listed above, this plan is pending consideration from BFC.