Proposals to create gender neutral toilets at a fire station are among those being considered by council planners.

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council between January 1 and January 7 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 Cricklewood one applicant has asked to build a part single, part two-storey rear extension to a home in Horton Avenue (2023/5475/P).

Closer to Hampstead, in Pattison Road, one bid seeks to remove a shed and build a single-storey pool building in their back garden (2023/5474/P).

Also in Hampstead, there are plans for a single storey rear extension and an enclosed rear terrace at a home in Gayton Road (2023/5076/P).

An extension is also planned at the first floor level to the back of a property in Perrin’s Lane (2023/5086/P).

In Kentish Town, there are plans to “reconstruct” an existing building in Malden Road (2023/5113/P) to provide a new, part four-storey, part two-storey building containing four homes.

The plans would include the creation of a basement.

There are also plans to build an extension to the first floor and roof of a property in Willes Road (2024/0004/P).

In Highgate, one applicant has asked to construct a single-storey rear outbuilding in Croftdown Road (2023/4728/P).

Acland Burghley School in Tufnell Park has requested permission to change the layout of its media department classrooms and library entrance (2023/5151/L).

Plans would see the removal of stud walls, replacement of surface finishes, and a doorway in a structural concrete wall enlarged.

Down in Camden, a two-storey rear extension could be knocked down and replaced by a new extension (2023/4833/P).

At Meadowbank in Primrose Hill there are also plans for an extension to the back of a property at the ground floor level (2023/4888/P).

Biomedical research centre the Francis Crick Institute, in Midland Road close to St Pancras station wants to build a glazed pavilion on its fifth floor roof terrace (2023/5423/P).

Plans also include installing a green wall as well as “biodiversity enhancements” on the sixth floor terrace.

At West Hampstead fire station, there are plans to reconfigure and refurbish existing communal accommodation on the first and second floor (2023/5041/L).

This includes forming single occupancy gender-neutral resting and changing rooms.

Internal alterations to the men’s toilet on the ground floor will also be made to create an accessible, gender-neutral toilet facility.

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