FIVE new homes could be underlying a town on the edges of Herefordshire, if plans are endorsed by the council.
Bob Dhanda has inquired as to whether he can fabricate five dormer cabins in Bringsty, two miles outside Bromyard, inverse the National Trust's Brockhampton Estate.
The houses, each with two vehicle parking spots, will be set out in a patio arrangement, a plan and access articulation submitted with the application said.
The plan's experts said another private access street will be utilized to interface the houses to the A44 among Worcester and Bromyard, close to the Worcestershire border.
It would meet any prerequisites of perceivability, the thruways division and openness for container trucks and crisis vehicles.
"A significant thought is the maintenance of whatever number trees as could reasonably be expected without bargaining the light convenience to the residences and nurseries," the assertion said.
It added: "The structures are to be built to a high natural norm with expanded protection esteems and triple coating in basic positions.
"Heating will be through air source heat siphons utilizing the best accessible technology."
The site, which had gardens which were open people in general somewhere in the range of 1984 and 2016, as of now has one dormer bungalow.
Plans show dividers would be stone and delivered block work, with mud rooftop tiles, uPVC or force covered aluminum windows and composite doors.