Builders merchant group Travis Perkins has submitted new plans to Elmbridge Borough Council, applying for permission to build 14 homes, a Wickes showroom and a storage/distribution unit.
Travis Perkins has applied to demolish the existing buildings at the former Dairy Crest site in Walton High Street and build a new Wickes retail showroom, with 14 homes above.
It also wants to demolish the disused former milk depot to the rear of the property and build a new unit for its City Plumbing Supplies brand.
Travis Perkins already has permission to build a trade counter with nine flats above on the site, as well as a terrace of five houses to the rear.
Members of the public have until next Wednesday, September 14, to comment on the proposals.