A new high street cafe and takeaway and a gym for student accommodation are among the planning applications submitted to Camden Council.

The applications were all submitted between July 10 and July 16 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 (2023/2656/P) in Camden Mews proposes building a two-storey rear extension to a home and enlarging an existing second storey onto a roof terrace.

In Frognal, a proposal (2023/1394/P) in Finchley Road has been submitted for Tony’s Crepe to operate as a hot food takeaway and cafe.

Changes (2023/1222/P) could be made to Depot Point, a student accommodation block close to King’s Cross Station.  

This would include relocating a bin store and converting it into a gym, as well as creating a new laundry room in the building.

In Gloucester Gate Mews near Regent’s Park an application (2023/2155/P) has been submitted to extend the lift in a listed home to the basement.

This work would include a corresponding increase in the size of the basement and there would also be internal changes to the basement’s layout.

Other planning applications submitted to the council include work to trim or fell tress and minor works to home interiors.

To view or comment on any of the applications visit - https://www.camden.gov.uk/search-for-planning-applications