Changes to two historic houses in Hampstead are among the applications to be decided by planners.

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council between January 29 and February 4 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 demolish and replace an existing extension to a listed home in Haverstock Hill at ground level (2023/5480/P).

In nearby Ornan Court, a replacement back extension is also planned (2024/0084/P).

A different applicant has asked for permission to convert the garage of a home in Elizabeth Mews into living space, including replacing the existing door with a window and cladding (2024/0367/P).

Major changes could be on the way for Charles de Gaulle’s former Hampstead home (2024/0030/P).

The ex-French President lived at Frognal House, which has more recently been used as a convent, during the Second World War.

The new owners plan to remodel the interior, build three new homes on the site and replace an existing extension under which would sit a swimming pool.

Another historic home in Hampstead could also see some upgrades if planning permission is approved.

The City of London Corporation has asked to install new fire alarms, intruder alarms and CCTV at Keats House, the Regency villa where Romantic poet John Keats lived (2023/4484/P).

Two extensions are also planned for homes in Hampstead – one in South Hill Park (2023/5369/P) and another in Thurlow Road (2023/4981/P).

In Highgate, the basement at a home in Croftdown Road could be lowered and extended (2023/3937/P).

An extra storey could be added to a house in King Henry’s Road, Primrose Hill, under new plans submitted to the council (2024/0298/P).

A householder in Lymington Road, West Hampstead, has asked to create a roof extension at their property (2023/4366/P).

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