Plans to convert a home into a nine-room HMO, alter a listed building and improve emergency service access to a business school are among those to have been submitted in the past week.

The applications were all in the Ham & High readership area and received by Camden Council between August 21 and August 27.

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

In Finchley Road, there are plans (2023/3121/P) to convert a four-bedroom house into a nine-room house in multiple occupation (HMO).

Planning documents state that all nine rooms would be big enough accommodate two people, but that it is likely that most rooms would be let out to an individual.

Another planning proposal (2023/3408/P) in Finchley Road relates to the ESCP Business School campus.

There are plans to alter the boundary wall facing Parsifal Road to increase the width of the opening by 3.5 m, and also to widen the dropped kerb.

Work would take place to remove part of a landscaped area along the boundary wall to improve access for fire services.

Another proposal (2023/2709/P) has been submitted to alter a boundary wall at a home in Upper Park Road, Gospel Oak.

The applicant has asked to demolish a brick wall, while adding new timber fences along the northern and western boundaries of the property.

Four applications have been submitted to the council to build a single-storey rear extension.

These are for a ground floor flat in Hampstead Hill Gardens (2023/3098/P), a home in Lady Margaret Road, Kentish Town (2023/2718/P), a flat in Kenmore Court, South Hampstead (2023/2997/P), and another in West End Lane (2023/3038/P).

In Highgate, an application (2023/3463/L and 2023/3329/P) has been submitted to make alterations to a listed building in Holly Terrace.

Planned works include creating a lobby at basement level, enlarging the courtyard passage to make room for a bin store and installing French doors.

A large number of applications have also been submitted to Camden Council relating to work to fell or cut back trees.

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