A former Wetherspoons pub in Romford could see an extra floor added to its building to provide new flats.

It is one of various planning applications received by Havering Council between June 25 and July 1.

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

The Grade II listed stable block at Upminster Court could soon be turned into a training centre for supply chain leadership run by The Supply Chain Academy (L0006.24 and P0881.24).

The stables would be refurbished, and an extension added, to allow for the block to be used as overnight accommodation.

At Sutton’s Farm in Tomkyns Lane an existing barn could be demolished as part of redevelopment on the land (P0773.24).

In its place, it is planned that four new three bedroom homes would be built, each with its own private garden and car parking space.

In Romford, there are plans to demolish existing shops in Victoria Road to make way for new homes (J0017.24 and P0887.24).

The new scheme would see a terrace and a block of flats built on the site.

Nine homes would be created in total, comprising of three terraced houses, and six flats in a three storey building.

Office space in Romford Market Place could also be re-developed to be used as homes (J0018.24).

One applicant has asked to turn the offices into eight flats of two bedrooms, as well as a single flat of one bedroom.

An extra floor could be built at the top of former Wetherspoons pub The World's Inn in South Street (P0914.24).

The pub currently occupies the ground floor, but has two floors of homes above.

This application seeks permission to build a third storey to the building to provide two new flats of two bedrooms.   

For the full details of all of last week’s planning applications – which include various home extensions – visit Havering Council’s planning portal.

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