Plans to build nine homes, including a block of flats, in a car park are among those to be considered.

All of the applications were received by Havering Council between February 13 and February 19.

The plans will be reviewed by the council before any final decisions are made.

In Rainham, one applicant has asked to change a home in Betterton Road into supported living accommodation (P0064.24).

A new two-bedroom home could also be built to the side of an existing property in Hawthorn Avenue (P0073.24).

An existing detached garage and outbuilding could be partially demolished at a property in Ashburnham Gardens, Upminster, to make way for a games room (P0192.24).

There are also plans for extensions to properties in Hall Lane (P0206.24), Clarence Avenue (P0199.24), Canterbury Avenue (P0191.24), Springfield Gardens (P0205.24) and Peterborough Avenue (Y0036.24).

There are plans for a further five extensions to properties in Hornchurch.

These are in Diban Avenue (P0041.24), Suffolk Way (P0139.24), Dawes Avenue (Y0030.24), Rowan Walk (P0195.24) and Pett Close (P0193.24).

The existing Imperials Hornchurch car dealership in Butts Green Road could soon be demolished to make way for a two storey building (P0222.24).

The new development would consist of a car showroom on the ground floor, as well as office space on the first floor and mezzanine level.

The same applicant has also asked for permission to demolish an existing barbers and beauty salon in the same road (P0223.24).

On the site, a new two-storey building would be built to create new retail space on the ground floor, with office space above.

Nine new homes could be built at the current site of a pay and display car park behind shops in Hornchurch High Street (P0224.24).

This would include constructing two buildings each containing two semi-detached homes of three floors, as well as a three-storey block of flats in Fentiman Way.

In Romford, seven applications have been submitted for new extensions.

These are for properties in Wrexham Road (P0234.24), Highfield Road (P0182.24), Litten Close (P0201.24), Orange Tree Hill (P0210.24), Ethelburga Road (P0051.24), Mawney Road (P0219.24), and Dunster Close (Y0034.24).

In North Road, there are plans to build a new two-storey home at the site of an existing bungalow (P0217.24).

The ground floor of former Brentwood Road pub The Durham Arms, which closed down in 2019, could be turned into a “high-end” restaurant with capacity for 73 customers (P0189.24).

Planning documents claim that the pub is currently in a disused condition and has “attracted anti-social behaviour”.

They add that the plans would not impact the first floor of the building which is used residentially.

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

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