PLANNING can enrage, bewilder, or excite communities and we’ve spotted five plans which might pique your curiosity.

All five are some of the most recent applications submitted to Reading Borough Council’[s (RBC) planning bosses and can be found at

Huge town centre affordable housing plan

41 affordable housing flats could be coming to North Street in the town centre.

Reading Borough Council (RBC) has submitted plans for two buildings of four and five storeys, all at affordable housing rates at the former Reading Family Centre.

READ MORE: Reading Borough Council hopes for 100 per cent affordable housing at former Reading Family Centre

Two-storey extension in Norcot

A couple had applied to build a two-storey extension of their home on Drayton Road, Norcot.

The existing house is a semi-detached property from the 1930s.

Extension plan in Caversham

Another couple are also planning an extension, this time a part two-storey, part single-storey side and rear extension in Caversham.

Another extension in the town centre

Extensions are very popular in the town and another one is planned on William Street near both Reading Station and Reading West Station.

Emmer Green extension plan

Another single storey and rear extension is planned in Emmer Green on Rotherfield Way.