A plan to make changes to a listed house in Warfield is among several interesting planning applications submitted to Bracknell Forest Council in the past week.

The council recieved the application to make changes to a listed building, South Lodge, Warfield House.

It includes changes the appearance of the building and adding a new roof with five floodlights after the demolition of an existing porch, balcony and detached garage at the home.

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Elsewhere, there are also plans to build a buggy shelter at Priestwood Community Centre, applications for new floodlights, and home extensions.

For full details of each plan, enter the planning reference at planapp.bracknell-forest.gov.uk.

New roof with floodlights for home in Warfield (21/00255/FUL)

With this proposal, the applicants want to alter the external appearance of South Lodge, Warfield House, and install a new roof with five floodlights.

This work at the home follows the demoliton of an  existing porch, balcony and detached garage.

New roof with floodlights for home in Warfield – Listed Building Consent (21/00256/LB)

A separate application is on Bracknell Forest Council’s planning portal for the same address, mentioning that South Lodge, Warfield House is a listed building.

A new buggy park shelter for Priestwood Community Centre in Bracknell (21/00164/3)

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Here, the applicants want to make a new shelter for families parking their child buggies outside Priestwood Community Centre.

The shelters would protect the buggies from rain and allow families to put the buggies in a safe place while they use the centre.

The community centre has a main hall and two meeting rooms for users.

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Build of single-storey extension to home in Sandurst (21/00334/PAH)

Here, the applicants in  Burne Jones Drive, College Town, Sandhurst want to build an extension to the rear of the address.

As with all applications above, this plan is currently pending consideration from Bracknell Forest Council.

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