Planning permission has been given by the council to build 14 flats in place of High Street offices in Chalfont St Peter.
Under new plans submitted to Buckinghamshire Council the number of flats were reduced by the applicant, in fact in 2018 plans for 19 flats were submitted.
Plans for 14 flats on land at 2-4 High Street, Chalfont St. Peter have been approved.
The supporting statement for the application explains that it seeks “Prior approval for a change of use from office (Use Class B1a) to fourteen residential apartments (Use Class C3) made under Schedule 2, Part 3, Class O of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended).”
A cover letter stated: “This prior notification is for a similar scheme but for 14 units as we wish to improve the overall appeal of the proposal to future purchasers.”
Approval was given on August 31.