Plans to build two new flats on top of a building, fell four trees at ZSL London Zoo and install extra glazing in a listed home affected by HS2 construction noise are among those to be considered by Camden Council. 

The applications were all submitted between July 3 and July 9 in the Ham & High readership area. 

The council is currently reviewing each application and has yet to make a decision on any of them.

One application (2022/4164/P) seeks retrospective planning permission for the conversion of a property in Belsize Lane from one home to two self-contained flats.

The proposal is for the change to be a temporary conversion lasting five years. 

In Highgate, an application (2023/2655/L) to make alterations to a listed building in The Grove has been received by the council.

The proposal includes the replacement of a greenhouse with a summerhouse, the addition of a new swimming pool and terracing, and the restoration of vaults within a garden wall.

In Kentish Town South, an application (2023/2627/P) to build an additional storey at 5 Hargrave Place has been submitted.

Under the current proposals, the new floor would have space for two flats.

In Kilburn, a planning application (2023/2368/P) has been filed to build a single-storey rear extension at the second-floor level of a home in Gascony Avenue.

The proposal also includes the enlargement of the rear dormer and the addition of a new front dormer window.

There are also plans (2022/5518/P) to convert the basement and ground floor of a building near to Regent's Park into three self-contained flats.

The space in Hurdwick Place is currently used for commercial purposes, so the application also requests a change of use to provide residential accommodation. 

The proposal would also see alterations to the existing residential mix on the first, second a third floors of the building.

In total, there would be seven self-contained flats in the development, a reduction from the current ten.

An application (2023/2644/L) to install secondary glazing in a listed home in Mornington Terrace to mitigate noise from HS2 construction work has been submitted.

High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd is seeking permission to install internal secondary glazing units to two windows at the front of the building.

Finally, there has been an application (2023/2768/T) to fell two elm trees, a hawthorn and an ash at ZSL London Zoo in Regent's Park.

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