Plans to replace old pipework on a housing estate and build a new cafe at a sports centre are among those to be considered. 

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council between January 8 and January 14 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 Park, there are plans to build a replacement single-storey extension at the lower ground level of a property in Belsize Lane (2023/4957/P).

The Black Cap pub in Camden High Street – which has been shut for almost a decade – could reopen under new plans submitted to the council (2023/5228/P).

The LGBTQ+ cabaret venue closed abruptly in April 2015 after the owners were refused permission to turn the upper floors into flats.

New plans hope to largely retain the pub in it current form, with minor changes proposed to its internal configuration.

These include increasing the number of bedrooms on the building’s second floor, so that paying bed and breakfast customers, or cabaret performers can stay overnight.

In Cricklewood, a hip to gable extension in Ebbsfleet Road is planned as well as a rear dormer (2023/5326/P).

Over in Gospel Oak, one applicant has asked to build a single storey extension in Woodyard Close (2023/5418/P).

The Talacre Community Sports Centre in Kentish Town could see some changes under newly submitted plans (2023/5441/P).

One extension would provide extra space for a studio space at the first floor, while an extension to the centre’s entrance would see a new café created.

Internal changes would include installing a barrier system at the centre’s entrance to improve security and creating additional gender neutral changing space at the mezzanine level.

At the Bartholomew Estate, one applicant in Patshull Road has asked to merge two existing flats into one self-contained home (2023/5441/P).

At another estate – Alexandra Road in Kilburn – Camden Council is seeking to replace the existing estate-wide heating distribution system including replacement of old pipework (2023/5338/P).

Two new sub-plant rooms will be created as well as a cold water storage tank room.

In Lymington Road in West Hampstead, there are plans to demolish an existing ground floor rear extension, and build a new single storey extension (2023/5390/P).

The proposals include merging two existing ground floor studio flats to create a one bedroom flat, and extending two other existing ground floor flats.

Trees overhanging Regent’s Park Barracks are also set to be pruned back in order to clear a security fence (2024/0100/T).

First Intuition, a provider of accountancy courses, is seeking permission to move into The Lantern, a development close to Euston station in Drummond Street (2023/5311/P).

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