An application to build three homes on a demolished site was among proposals received by the local authority last week.

Havering Council received a range of planning applications looking to bring change to the areas you live in from November 7 to 13.

From housing developments, extensions and a replacement wall in Market Place, Romford, the past week has brought a variety of applications.

We have rounded up some of the most notable below.

Upminster had plans, P1624.23, for a first floor extension to the building's rear to create a larger bedroom and ensuite in Fen Lane.

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An extension was also proposed in South Hornchurch, namely the demolition of a detached garage and workshop to facilitate a two-storey side extension.

This application, P1549.23, on Blacksmiths Lane in Rainham, would involve demolishing the front garden walls and gates.

Also in Rainham, plans have been made for two externally lit "Howdens" signs to be implemented on Unit C1 Barlow Way.

The plans, A0058.23, would see kitchen supplier Howdens attain prominent red and white lettering with their recognisable chicken logo.

St Edwards ward in Romford has also had plans to replace various walls, including one in Market Place.

This application, P1667.23, would involve replacing a rear yard brick wall and timber gate with a fresh timber fence and gate.

The replacement of an existing wall with a mesh fence has also been proposed on London Road in Romford under application P1630.23.

In St Albans, an application for prior notification to erect an extra floor above an existing bungalow to create two flats has been received by the council.

The application, P1666.23, pertains to the premises at 80 Victoria Road.

Another plan, P1511.23, in Squirrels Heath to convert a detached garage into a home that supports the main dwelling was received.

Rush Green saw a similar application, P1652.23, to erect a two-storey rear extension and a single-storey front infill extension.

Ronald Road in Harold Wood also had plans, P1664.23, made to create three two-bed homes with parking, cycle storage and amenity space.

This would be located at the demolished site of 5 Ronald Road.