A scheme to create a new gym on the site of existing shops is among those to be decided by planners.

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council between January 22 and January 28 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 Camden Town, an existing conservatory to the back of a property has been earmarked for demolition, with plans to build a single-storey extension in its place (2023/4973/P).

In Hampstead, one household has asked to build a two-storey side extension to a home in Frognal (2023/4996/P).

Other extensions are also planned at two different flats – one in Platt’s Lane (2023/5413/P) and one in Hampstead High Street (2023/4961/P).

Nearby, at a home in Oak Hill Park, a range of changes have been proposed, including converting the garage into extra living space (2023/5001/P).

New rear decking and the lowering of the front patio area can also be expected if planning permission is granted.

A rear terrace with privacy screens could also be built at the first-floor level of a property in South End Road (2023/5280/P).

In Hampstead Hill Gardens, an applicant has asked for permission to demolish two garages to make way for a new two-storey family house with a basement (2023/3816/P).

More garages – this time within the West Kentish Town Estate – are also earmarked for demolition (2024/0285/P), although it is not clear if this is part of a wider development.

Also in Kentish Town, two flats could be knocked together to create a single family home in Brecknock Road (2024/0081/P).

In Lisburne Road, Gospel Oak, a single storey extension to the back of a property has been proposed (2023/5005/P).

A listed building could be altered under new plans submitted in Millfield Place, Highgate (2023/4852/L).

Changes include demolition and replacement of a “non-original” pool house, as well as the demolition of a conservatory to make way for a new garden room.

Over in Swain’s Lane, there are plans for a side extension to a property at ground level (2023/5415/P).

Shops close to Swiss Cottage Tube station could soon disappear, if the council grants planning permission for a new commercial gym (2024/0126/P).

The works would see the shops at 115-121 Finchley Road combined so that the owners of the space can let it out to a gym operator.

The shops sit beneath flats on the ground floor of a five-storey building dating back to the 1960s.

To view or comment on any of the applications visit - https://www.camden.gov.uk/search-for-planning-applications

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