A TOTAL of 10 planning applications are set to be discussed at the town hall tomorrow.

The former Magistrates' Court building could be converted into apartments and townhouses.

A further 11 new dwellings could be built, including a four-storey block of flats in Prestwich.

In Ramsbottom, a former bank could be converted into a restaurant, bar and apartment.

There are also plans for new flood defences in the Redvales area.

The planning committee will meet at Bury Town Hall at 7pm on Tuesday.

They will vote on whether to approve, refuse or defer a decision.

Here are the ten applications which are on the agenda.

Apartments and townhouses, former Magistrates Court in Tenters Street, Bury

The building last used as a magistrates' court could be converted into housing.

A total of 22 one-bedroom and 17 two-bedroom apartments have been proposed.

There would also be 10 new townhouses built if plans are approved.

They include 65 parking spaces, including two disabled bays and four electric vehicle charging points.

New house to rear of Carr Street, Ramsbottom

A three-bedroom detached dwelling could be built in a back garden.

The split-level two to three-storey house would be "traditional" in design with a stone finish.

The plans include creating a new vehicular access off Tanners Street.

Two HMOs at former Flying Flute pub in Blackburn Street, Radcliffe

A vacant building, formerly used as a pub with accommodation above, could be converted into shared houses.

A five-bedroom house of multiple occupation (HMO) would be created as well as a six-bedroom HMO.

The plans also include a two-storey rear extension and some external alterations.

Block of flats in Park Road, Prestwich

A four-storey block of nine flats could be built in a residential area.

The corner plot of land previously accommodated a two-storey dwelling.

The basement of the new property would be used as a car park.

Seven-person HMO in Manchester Road, Bury

A two-storey semi-detached house could be converted into shared accommodation.

The property to the south of the Parkhills Road junction would be used as an HMO.

There would be five en-suite bedrooms and a further two bathrooms.

Bungalow demolition and rebuild in Hillsborough Drive, Unsworth

A detached bungalow could be knocked down to make way for a new dwelling.

Planning permission was previously granted for extensions to the property.

This proposal includes the addition of a rear dormer to an ensuite.

New detached house off Salmsbury Hall Close, Ramsbottom

A new detached dwelling and detached garage could be built at the end of a cul-de-sac.

It would be two storeys high and constructed with a tile roof.

The proposed development would be accessed from the existing dwelling on Salmsbury Hall Close.

Restaurant, bar and apartment at former RBS building in Bridge Street, Ramsbottom

The former RBS building could be turned into a restaurant and bar with a two-bedroom flat above.

One unit would be used as as a small bar below the apartment.

The ground and first floors of the other unit would be used as a restaurant and the second floor as storage.

Flood defences south of Central Avenue and Keswick Drive, Bury

A wall measuring between 1.5 and 3.5 metres in height could be erected to form a flood defence.

This northern bank of the land adjacent to the River Irwell extends from the Warth bridge to St Peters Primary School.

The L-shaped retaining wall would be constructed from concrete.

House conversion into residential care home in Lowercroft Road, Bury

A three-bedroom two-storey detached dwelling could be converted into a care home.

The property would accommodate a maximum of three children aged between seven and 17 years old in full time education.

Visitors to the site would be infrequent with occasional social workers visits pre-arranged.