The following plans have been submitted to Wiltshire Council this week .

TROWBRIDGE: Developers Waddeton Park have submitted plans for 180 homes on land south of Trowbridge at Southwick.

The scheme is for a mix of two, three and four bedroom houses with gardens, plus parking and landscaping.

An agent's report on behalf of the developer said: “The site presents an excellent opportunity to provide a high-quality residential development in a sustainable location.

“This contemporary housing scheme will help Trowbridge meet local need and contribute to the delivery of housing across the district.”

But Graham Hill of the Trowbridge Town Development Committee has objected pointing out a number of mistakes in the documents, He said: “These matters are important factual errors which have material impact on the practicality and sustainability of the development as proposed and should be corrected. Due consideration cannot be given to the application at parish, town or county planning levels while these inaccuracies are permitted to remain.”

DEVIZES: Jay Wiffin has applied for permission to put up a two-storey side extension at 37 Ferozeshah Road. He also want to re-site an existing garage.

CORSHAM: Plans to build two new homes with garages and parking at Little Orchard, Bulls Lane, Box have been submitted.

The Howes Partnership on behalf of the applicants have submitted a design and access statement which for the development on land next to the existing house. It says: “The site is not within a conservation area and nor is it a listed building.

“The proposal is for two detached houses with garages of three/four bedrooms with lounge/kitchen and dining room.

“The access is off a new driveway formed from Bulls Lane. It is considered that the proposal will not harm the existing Pear Tree cottage or its setting.”

A bat survey has been carried out and a report says: “There was relatively low level of bat activity at the site. No bats were recorded emerging from the outbuilding although it is likely that up to three pipistrelle bats emerged for another building and flew over the outbuilding.”

The report said: “No evidence of other protected birds or notable species was found within the or immediately adjacent to the site.

“There is a low risk of individual slow worms using the allotment beds or log piles for refuge if present in area.”

It was recommended that no further studies or Natural England bat mitigation licence are required.

BRADFORD ON AVON: Dr Fiona Tees wants to build a a two-storey three bedroomed house at the back of 203 Trowbridge Road.

CALNE: An existing conservatory at 17 Ebor Gardens could be demolished if plans for a new single storey organgery with a roof lantern are approved by Wiltshire Council.

DEVIZES: Ismet and Rosemary Auliar want to separate an annexe from the main hose at Mayfield Lodge, Nursteed Road. They have applied to Wiltshire Council for permission for it to become an independent home.

DEVIZES: Plans have been submitted to create 10 extra parking spaces at 51 Colston Road next to 25-39, 41 to 55 and 57 to 63 Colston Road which are primarily owned by the Aster Group. The plan includes putting storage unit at the back of 12 to 18 Colston Road along with a fence and landscaping.

DEVIZES: David Humphris of 22 Broadleas Crescent wants to demolish single-storey side and rear extensions and to put up a two-storey side extension, a single-storey extension at the back and a carport.

EASTERTON: Anne Baldwin has applied to build a new three-bedroom house at 2 Kings Road on land to the south east of The Beeches.

TROWBRIDGE: Developer Doric wants to make alterations to plans approved for homes on land at The Grange, Hilperton Road.

This would include removal of chimneys on plots one to six, amended window opening positions and the addition of single bay oak-framed carports to plots 7 and 12 to 20.

KEEVIL: Two semi-detached three bedroom chalet bungalows could be built at Church Farm, 16 Main Street if Francis Banfield is successful.

WARMINSTER: Oliver Hurd wants to put up an agricultural worker’s home at Mill Farm, Hill Deverill.