A roof terrace, several extensions and Network Rail bid to chop down trees are among the most recent planning applications to Camden Council.

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council over the past two weeks 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 (2023/2895/P) is for the creation of a roof terrace on a previously approved single storey extension in Redington Road, in Frognal.

Over in Belsize Park (2023.3017/P) there are plans to replace a side extension behind a new brick wall, a basement extension and a new arrangement of windows in Maresfield Gardens.

In Grafton Road, Gospel Oak (2023;3137/P) there is a proposal to partially demolish an existing extension and replace it with a single storey extension. 

Another application in Thurlow Road, Hampstead, (2023/3145/P) are details about the demolition of an existing rear extension, and the construction of a part single, part two-storey rear extension over lower and upper ground floor levels with a terrace above and staircase to the back garden.

There are plans to replace existing side and rear dormers and introduce a new bike and bin store in front garden, lowering the existing lower ground floor level and removing multiple trees within the front and rear gardens.

Network Rail plans to fell two plane trees in Murray Street (2023/3370/T) and two cherry trees and an apple tree in St Augustine's Road (2023/3371/T)

There is an application at 37 Belsize Lane (2023/3230/P), where Roni's café currently operates, for the installation of security shutter, shutter box, awning and access ramp to shopfront.

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