Plans to transform an office into new homes and to change a beauty salon into a grooming service for dogs are among the many planning applications submitted to the local authority over the last week.

Havering Council has received over 29 applications for a variety of developments in the borough.

We have summed up the most notable applications and included them for ease below:

  • It’s proposed - P0112.24 – that an existing double storey side extension is removed at Rosewood Avenue in Hornchurch to build a new two-bedroom property.
  • At the Enterprise Rent-a-Car site at Southend Arterial Road in Romford, there are plans to erect a 1.8m high perimeter fencing and 1.8m gates. The mesh gates are described as “anti-climb” and would be painted black. P0085.24
  • A new three-bed semi-detached home is proposed at Spey Way, Romford, with parking and a new boundary fence, while a side extension, garage and outbuilding is demolished. P1885.23
  • A house could be converted into two self-contained flats at Burlington Avenue in Romford, with plans to extend parts of the ground floor, first floor and two storey side extensions. P0049.24.
  • At Primrose Glen in Hornchurch, plans were put forward to demolish an existing garage and build a two-storey semi-detached home with one bedroom. P1897.23
  • Sevak Khudaverdyan, who represents Fluff and Scruff Studio, applied to change the use of Bliss Beauty Salon in Hillview Avenue, Hornchurch, into the family business which provides grooming for dogs. P0088.24.
  • The first and second floor of an office at 161 High Street, Hornchurch, could be transformed into a two-bedroom flat, with a one-bedroom flat also erected to the rear of its first floor. P1798.23.
  • Plans were submitted to develop an additional storey to Neale Court in Upminster Road, above the existing building, to provide six residential flats. J0003.24

Detailed documents on every application can be found on council's website: