Progress at a huge housing development and, a move for a tattoo parlour are in this week’s roundup of planning applications and decisions in Bracknell Forest and Wokingham Borough.

You can view each one by going to the relevant council’s planning website and searching for the application number provided.

Bracknell Forest: 90 homes (22/01051/FUL)

Work can begin on another chunk of the huge Bucklers Park development near Crowthorne after the latest phase was awarded planning permission.

Bracknell Forest Council gave planning permission to ‘phase 5B’ of the development, which is made up of 90 homes.

This is part of the 205-home ‘phase 5’ – which is in turn just one part of the entire 1,000-home Bucklers Park development being build on the former site of the Transport Research Laboratory.

Bracknell Forest: barn replaced with three-storey home (23/00165/FUL)

A barn in Winkfield can be replaced with a three-storey family home after Bracknell Forest Council planning officers granted permission.

Owners of the home on Winkfield Lane want permission to demolish an existing barn and replace it with a house that replicates how it looks.

Bracknell Forest Council approved the plans, which also included car and cycle parking, and bin storage, to serve the house.

Bracknell Forest: Tattoo parlour (23/00791/FUL)

The owner of Love Tattoos wants to move to a new premises in Sandhurst as he needs more space.

Glynn Hawkins runs the tattoo shop on Yorktown Road in Sandhurst. But he has applied for planning permission to turn 62 High Street – formerly Aspire Fireplaces – into a tattoo parlour.

Bracknell Forest: industrial park near Sandhurst (23/00738/OBS)

Planning officers say they have no objection to plans to build at an industrial park near Sandhurst.

Bracknell Forest Council was asked to comment on proposals to build an industrial unit and 19,000 square metres of industrial floorspace at Watchmoor Park in Camberley, which is some 800 metres from borough’s boundary.

Planning officers told their counterparts at Surrey Heath Borough Council they had no objection as the plans wouldn’t have a negative impact on traffic in Bracknell Forest.

Wokingham Borough: Farm workers’ houses (233060)

Heathlands farm wants permission to build four farm workers’ houses for managerial staff on site at Honey Hill in Wokingham Without.

The farm was last week also granted permission to build more than 1,000 solar panels in one of its fields.