A developer has submitted plans to build flats next door to a train station.

A total of 36 flats and commercial space would be built in Station Road in Kings Langley.

Applicant Harman Properties already has permission for 23 flats but wants to add a further two storeys to create a six-storey building.

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The scheme would include 16 one-bed flats and 20 two-beds with 244 square metres of retail space on the ground floor.

None of the homes are proposed to be affordable with the applicant proposing to pay an affordable housing contribution of just over £300,000 to Three Rivers District Council.

A total of 31 parking spaces would be provided, including 25 for residents and six for commercial use.

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The site was formerly home to commercial printing firm Alpine Press.

Two commercial units have already been demolished and a warehouse and office would be knocked down under the latest proposal.

The plans can be viewed on Three Rivers District Council’s planning portal via reference 22/2025/FUL.

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