A five-storey flat block could be replacing four homes in Knoll Rise if a significant new development is accepted.

The four homes are located at 14-20 Knoll Rise, which is adjacent to Orpington High Street.

Home development company Rooksmead Residential is proposing to build 58 flats for a mix of open market and affordable housing.

If accepted, Rooksmead Residential say 38 per cent of the flats would be affordable.

Current access to Knoll Rise will be shut and a new one constructed to Vinson Close, if Bromley Council grant the application.

The potential flat block would comprise of 21 one-bedroom flats, 31 two-bedroomed flats and six three-bedroomed flats.

This proposed development would be supported with 29 parking spaces.