Plans to create a new bowling alley and games centre in Camden Market are among those being considered by planners.

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council between October 30 and November 5 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 West Hampstead, a proposal (2022/0475/P) has been submitted to merge two existing leasehold flats in Gladys Road into a single home.

Just a short walk away, in Compayne Gardens, another proposal aims to convert two flats into one unit (2023/3745/P).

Alterations are proposed to a home in Ravenshaw Street under the application 2023/4025/P.

These changes include erecting a rear dormer, rear and front rooflights, and replacing side and rear elevation windows.

In Chalk Farm, various modifications are also proposed (2023/3629/P) for a house in St Ann's Gardens.

These include creating a rear roof terrace at the second floor, installing a Juliet balcony at the back of the first floor, and replacing windows at the front of the third floor with sliding doors.

A new bowling venue could open in Hawley Wharf in Camden Market, after Lane7 asked to change the use of the current space (2023/4686/P).

The applicant says that the space has remained vacant, save for its current temporary use as a gallery.

Not only would there be a bowling alley at the site, but also space for interactive darts, tech-infused mini golf, immersive cricket batting cages, pool, table tennis and high tech arcades. 

Also in Camden Town, there are plans to build a single-storey front extension to a unit at Hartland Road Arches (2023/3450/P).

Building work is also planned for a Grade II-listed house in Mornington Terrace to remove changes carried out to by the previous owner, rectifying various planning breaches in the process (2023/4743/L and 2023/3720/P).

In Highgate High Street, one application seeks to separate a post, parcel and print centre into two units (2023/4128/P). 

Planning documents state that the two sections will continue to be used as they currently are, but will allow for the separation of the retail and office spaces.

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