Small developments of new homes could be popping up across Reading if plans submitted this week are approved.
The biggest of these developments involves knocking down a house and putting nine in its place in Whitley.
In East Reading, there’s a plan to replace a bungalow with three attached homes, and two semi-detached homes could be built in the Battle area.
Meanwhile, in the town centre, two offices could be converted into homes.
Images for what all of the sites look like can be seen in the main image above.
You can view each applications by typing the reference in brackets into the council’s planning portal.
Plan to replace house with nine homes in Whitley estate (221585)
Brett Property Developments has applied to replace 19 Newcastle Road with nine homes.
The existing house is one storey with a roof and twin dormers with a sizeable garden.
The developers want to knock it down a build two terraces of four homes and a detached home.
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These would be made up of five three-bedroom and four four-bedroom houses, with the detached house having three bedrooms.
Demolition of 19 Newcastle Road would clear a path for the homes to be built.
Two attached house plan resurfaces (221404)
Here, applicants Mr and Mrs Cane have re-applied to build two attached two-bedroom houses to the rear of 12-14 Wantage Road in the Battle area.
It involves demolishing small garages to the rear of the property and replacing them with the houses which would be accessed from Wilson Road.
A similar plan (220121) was refused in July, and another one for the rear of 14-16 Wantage Road submitted earlier this year (201388) was withdrawn.
Bungalow replacement plan (221151)
The bungalow 69 Brighton Road in East Reading could be replaced with three attached homes.
The owner Faisal Ali Fateh has applied to demolish it and build three two-bedroom terraced homes in its place.
Each home would come with a living room, kitchen and toilet on the ground floor, two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, and a study room, shower toilet and storage on the second floor.
Town centre office conversion resurfaces (221653)
A plan to convert a solicitors office into three flats has resurfaced.
Earlier this year, the applicant Andrew Cosma applied for the conversion of 31 Castle Street from flats into offices, but withdrew the plan for revision in April.
The new plans are relatively similar, with two one bedroom flats on the upper and ground floor, and one three bedroom flat stretching across the first and second floors.
Each would come with a double and at least one bathroom. You can view the floorplans in the ninth and 10th images in the above gallery.
Office conversion into home (221398)
Here, the developer called ‘Rowe’ has applied to convert the MAS Recruitment office in 114 London Street into a two bedroom home.
The recruitment company has operated since 1989, but the plan involves converting all three storeys of the office.
The plan would provide a kitchen and dining room on the ground floor, a study and lounge on the first floor, and the two bedrooms on the second floor.