A former school site is facing redevelopment as we round up some notable planning applications made in the last week in the borough.

These applications have all been submitted to Camden Council between October 9 and 15 in the Ham & High readership area.

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

In Belsize ward there are plans to build 14 flats in a six-storey building (2023/4241/P) at 31 Daleham Gardens.

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A Lyndhurst Gardens property, also in Belsize, also had proposals for internal alterations associated with the change of use to three residential homes under application 2023/4249/L.

These plans include a summer house with internal cycle parking.

Bloomsbury ward had an application, 2023/3252/P, for 39 fire doors to be replaced at the Brunswick Centre.

St Johns Church in Hampstead has also applied to install a lead upstand for flashing, to protect against weather, to the base of a cupola pedestal.

This application, 2023/3324/L, was supported by agent MEB Design Ltd.

A property in 239 Camden High Street had proposals, 2023/3640/P, to erect a part one, part two-storey extension to create two homes above an exisiting hot food takeaway.

Gospel Oak also had plans for a three-storey home with associated works at the end of an existing terrace on Lamble Street.

This application, 2023/3311/P, was submitted by Nestbrik Ltd and supported by agent AMS Planning, Architecture and Development.

Keats Grove in Hampstead had a proposal, 2023/3201/L, to replace a timber fence with a boundary wall.

This would also include paving existing paths to match current external electrical sockets.

A change of use has been proposed in Highgate Village, from offices in Summit House and medical consultancy rooms to a single home for living.

The application, 2023/3564/P, has been supported by agent RPS Planning & Development.

Kings Cross has had an application, 2023/4099/P, for a loft conversion and the creation of a rear dormer in 109 Rossendale Way.

The former Maria Fidelis School in North Gower Street, Regents Park, has had plans for the site to be redeveloped into office space and community use.

Drummond Crescent is where the school is located now.

This application, 2023/4358/P, would also include external alterations by developer High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd.