Plans to demolish buildings to make way for a new block at a private school in Hampstead are among those submitted in the last few weeks. 

The applications were all submitted to Camden Council between December 18 and January 3 in the Ham & High readership area.

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

Plans include one bid to build a roof terrace on a home in Railey Mews, Kentish Town (2023/5361/P).

In Gaisford Street, one applicant has asked to install a platform lift in a flat’s front garden to help with access to and from the property (2023/4886/P).

There are also plans to build a mansard roof extension to a house in Loveridge Mews, West Hampstead (2023/4695/P).

Over in South End Road in Hampstead, permission has been asked to install new doors and glazing, and to alter the layout of a newsagent (2023/3955/P).

In Primrose Hill a number of alterations to a terraced home in Elsworthy Terrace have been proposed (2023/5350/P).

These include building a lower ground floor rear extension, replacing some existing dormers and constructing a new sunken rear garden.

An outbuilding would also be constructed on the site, as well as a cycle store and bin store.

The applicant has also applied for permission to rebuild the front boundary wall with a hedge planter at the rear.  

University College School in Hampstead has asked for permission to carry out major works at its Frognal site (2023/5366/P).

This includes demolition of one existing building and partial demolition of one of the school’s wings.

A part one-storey, part two-storey building would also be constructed. Classrooms, medical rooms, music rooms, drama studios and a cafeteria would all be housed in the building.

There would also be a sports area as well as new cycle parking and replacement car parking.

While construction takes place, two temporary part-one, part-two storey buildings would be built if the plans are approved.

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