A GYPSY pitch could be built in Iver if a planning application is given the go-ahead by South Bucks District Council.
A plan has been submitted to provide a family-sized pitch to provide room for a mobile home and caravan in Little Sutton Lane, Iver.
The application also includes the building of a utility room and provision of sewage works for the site.
The plan, which has been submitted by Billy Smith, is set to be discussed at a future meeting of South Bucks District Council.
In Mr Smiths application, it is said that every effort will be made to ensure that the site will fit in with the rest of the surrounding area.
The area surrounding the proposed site has some housing and noise surveys have been carried out to make sure that the site will not disturb people living nearby.
It is also located near to the M4 motorway and it is thought that the noise created by the building of the site and subsequently having people living there will not be louder than that created by traffic on the motorway.
Brian Cunningham, 68, who lives in Grasholm Way, near to the development, said: It sounds like it will be quite a small site, so hopefully it wont cause any problems.
I'm sure that people will be worried though.
Well just have to see how it turns out.
Mary Trent, who works at The Bull in Iver High Street, said: I hadn't heard about this, but there will definitely be some concerned people.
With a bit of luck, it will be very small scale and not one of the larger sites.
The plans are set to be discussed at a future meeting of South Bucks District Councils planning committee.