Plans for a new luxury clothes shop and an independent supermarket are among those submitted over the past week. 

The applications were all in the Ham & High readership area and received by Camden Council between August 28 and September 3.

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

One application for Gospel Oak (2023/2980/P) proposes building a cycle and refuse store in the front garden of a home in Roderick Road.

The applicant also seeks permission to replace the existing windows with double-glazed timber windows at the front of the house.

Another application (2023/2882/A) has been submitted for an illuminated sign above a shop in Hampstead High Street.

Eric Bompard, a luxury cashmere wool clothes brand, is set to open in the high street later this year. This will be the shop's second branch in London. 

The application asks to install a sign reading 'Bompard Paris' above the shopfront.

There are also plans (2023/3271/P) to change the layout of Marmara Supermarket in Malden Road, Chalk Farm. 

This would see the shop's entrance moved to the east side of the building alongside the fruit and vegetable stalls.

There are plans (2023/3068/P) to build a two storey side and rear extension, and a roof extension with a terrace at a house in Erskine Mews. 

Changes (2023/2870/L) to a Grade II-listed cottage behind The Haverstock Tavern pub in Haverstock Hill have been proposed.

These would include adding a new timber-framed window to the back of the home and installing a new flue. 

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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