PLANS to build 10 maisonettes that would bring a “fresh look” to a Maidenhead street have been withdrawn despite public support.

This is just one of the many applications submitted to the local authorities in Slough, Windsor, and Maidenhead in the past seven days.

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

A developer seeks to extend a town centre apartment block to add more flats at 87-89 High Street, Maidenhead (22/00854/FULL).

Royal Borough Observer: CGI of what the extension could look likeCGI of what the extension could look like

The three-storey building has a gym and a retail unit on the ground floor, three flats on the first, and two apartments on the second floor.

Plans have been submitted to build a two-storey extension to the rear of the property on Nicholson Lane in order to provide six new apartments.

The mix includes one two-beds and five one-bedroom flats.

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The development proposes no car parking spaces but proses eight cycle parking spaces. No development would occur on the building towards the High Street.

Royal Borough planning officers are still yet to determine this application.

Plans to build 10 flats have been withdrawn at 2-4A Boyn Valley Road, Maidenhead (22/00099/FULL).

Royal Borough Observer: Drawing of the maisonettesDrawing of the maisonettes

A developer wanted to build 10 two-bedroom maisonettes compromising of five three-storey and five two-storey units.

Thirteen car parking spaces were proposed with level screening provided by landscaping and railings to prove a “more welcoming” and “active frontage” to Boyn Valley Road.

One of the flats would have an accessible unit to support a disabled person to live an independent life.

The application has since received support from neighbours who think the maisonettes are “much needed” and will bring a “fresh look” to a “very run down” street.

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One resident wrote: “As a resident of Maidenhead for over 50 years and having lived on Boyn Valley Road for a short while, I believe the proposed building works would bring a fresh look to that side of Boyn Valley Road.

“It would help to enhance the area and ease the burden of housing which the country is facing as a whole. The aesthetics of the area would be enhanced with a clean modern build.”

However, the plans were withdrawn without a reason given.

Plans for new family homes approved at 140 Langley Road, Slough (P/00679/005).

Royal Borough Observer: Drawing of the semi-detached homesDrawing of the semi-detached homes

Slough planning officers have given the go-ahead for a developer to demolish a single house to build two semi-detached homes.

The two houses are for families and have five bedrooms each with six off-street parking spaces, private gardens, refuse, and cycle storage.

The design and access statement states the existing dwelling is in a “poor state” due to the previous owner's negligence'’ to maintain the site.

It states: “Due to this the current client has chosen to demolish the existing structure to better utilises the site in an efficient manner.”