Havering Council has received a series of planning applications for a variety of developments across the borough in the week ending November 11.

In Wheat Sheaf Road, Romford (J0040.23), there's an application for prior notification of development to add an additional floor to an existing bungalow, creating two self-contained flats.

Exchange House in Butts Green Road, Hornchurch (P1662.23), is seeking approval for a new two-bedroom self-contained flat on the existing flats' roof, complete with associated parking.

In Victoria Road, Romford (P1666.23), there's a request to remove restrictions on trading hours for retail units built on the ground floor.

Read More: Havering Council planning applications October 24 to October 30

Ronald Road, Romford (P1664.23), is in the spotlight for the proposed erection of three terraced 2-bed dwellings, each with associated parking, cycle storage, amenity space, and refuse space.

Meanwhile, in Henbane Path, Romford, an application (J0039.23) seeks to convert a two-storey house into a residential supported living for young people under the age of 16.

Similarly, J0038.23, has asked for council's approval to use another property on Henbane Path as supported living house for young people between 14-18 years of age.

Alterations to fenestration at Harold Court House, Church Road, Romford (P1659.23), and various extension proposals like the two-storey rear extension in Elm Road, Romford (P1660.23), and the front/side/rear extension in New Place Gardens, Upminster (P1661.23), indicate a mix of residential modifications and additions.

In Market Place, Romford (P1667.23), an application seeks to replace the rear yard brick wall and timber gate with a new timber fence and gate, with a retrospective request currently under consideration.

Additionally, applications cover a range of tree-related works, such as trimming, reduction, and felling, in locations like Academy Square (T0133.23) and Kew Close (T0134.23), among others.

The planning landscape in Havering also includes certificates of lawfulness for various conversions and loft extensions, such as in Digby Walk (D0473.23), Great Gardens Road (D0470.23), and Eastbury Road (D0471.23), reflecting a mix of residential modifications.

All the above applications are currently undecided by the council. Further details and planning documents can be found on council’s website: https://development.havering.gov.uk/OcellaWeb/planningSearch