BUILDINGS will be demolished for new offices and industrial workshops - as just one of the many planning applications submitted or determined by Slough Borough Council or the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

To view more details for each application, go to the respective council’s planning portal with the reference number attached.

Demolition of the existing buildings for new offices and light and general industrial at Jupiter House, Horton Road, Colnbrook (P/09811/001).

Slough councillors on the planning committee approved plans for developers to knock down Valerie House and Jupiter House on Horton Road for two two-storey buildings.

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They will contain three employments, which include flexible light industrial, general industrial, storage and distribution, and offices.

The two existing buildings range from two to three-storeys in height and are located to the southern end of the Poyle Estate.

Developers have included eight lorry bays in the yard areas in the plans, as well as 113 parking spaces, 12 of which will have electric charging points.

Included are 60 cycle stands, and the applicants will also add new trees and landscaping to the site.

Royal Borough Observer: Demolition of the existing buildings for new offices and light and general industrial at Jupiter House, Horton Road, Colnbrook (P/09811/001).Demolition of the existing buildings for new offices and light and general industrial at Jupiter House, Horton Road, Colnbrook (P/09811/001).

Change of use from retail to studio apartments at Altwood Road, Maidenhead.

Developers want to transform the now-closed down Best-One convenient store into six studio flats with secure cycle parking and motorcycle parking.

No off-street car parking is proposed, but the applicants are proposing a maximum of five on-street car parking spaces for future occupiers.

Royal Borough Observer: Change of use from retail to studio apartments at Altwood Road, Maidenhead.Change of use from retail to studio apartments at Altwood Road, Maidenhead.

They state: “The highway in the immediate vicinity of the site is perfectly capable of accommodating the shortfall of one additional car generated by the six apartments.

“The development therefore would not result in an unacceptable impact on highway safety, or the residual cumulative impact on the road network would not be severe.”

Change of use from offices to 28 flats at Tectonic Place, Holyport Road, Maidenhead (21/01581/CLASSO).

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Remember this? In the last planning round up, we reported developers wanted to transform the offices into 28 flats.

While not a lot of information was released, the applicants argued this scheme will not have any impact on the highways.

However, one resident begged to differ and submitted an objection to the plans.

Royal Borough Observer: Change of use from offices to 28 flats at Tectonic Place, Holyport Road, Maidenhead (21/01581/CLASSO).Change of use from offices to 28 flats at Tectonic Place, Holyport Road, Maidenhead (21/01581/CLASSO).

They said: “There should be no access via Hendons Way. Access should be retained via the current access point on the Holyport Road only.

"Hendons Way enters the very busy Stompits Road which also has a lot of on street parking from the parade of shops and primary school pick ups/drop offs so extra traffic movements from this development would be undesirable."

Planning officers still have yet to decide whether or not to grant planning permission.