A STRIP of farmland on the edge of Bracknell Forest is set to become a film set resembling a London square for a big new Netflix show, new planning documents reveal.

Details within the designs indicate the set could be used for the filming of American-made period-drama Bridgerton, a series based on Julia Quinn’s best-selling novels which follow the world of London high society.

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The show, which features stars such as Julie Andrews, Ben Miller and Jonathan Bailey, has already wrapped on filming for its first season, which was shot in Bath and London and which premieres on Netflix next month.

But season two could be filmed on the border of Bracknell Forest according to new plans.

Papers sent to the Royal Borough’s planning department show green belt land at Sunninghill Park, north-east of Ascot, could be turned into a space for the small screen if the proposal gets planning permission.

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This will involve putting up a temporary film set structure, with land next to the park used for support services, parking and storage.

This space will be transformed into a London square, with scaffolding erected to give the appearance of buildings around the square.

The centre of the set will feature an arcade consisting of fake shops and buildings.

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Drawings submitted as part of the plans show ‘Bridgerton House’ and ‘Featherington House’ flanking either side of the set design.

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It appears the drama will revolve around two families, with lead actors set to play members of the Bridgerton family and members of the Featherington family.

If permission is granted, the set would be allowed to say for at least five years.

Despite this, applicants say filming would only take place for between six to eight weeks each year.

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They say this is to accommodate a series which will be filmed in up to seven parts over the next five years.

A US production company will be overseeing the project, according to the documents.

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Filming will mainly occur within an area which has been previously used for filming purposes, which is currently used as open farmland.

Should planning permission be granted, filming would start in late spring 2021.

As a neighbour in close proximity to the site, Bracknell Forest has been given the opportunity to comment on the proposals.

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has not made a decision on the plans yet.

Shondaland, the TV production company which makes Bridgerton, has been contacted for comment.