Plans to convert a family home into a student HMO are among those being considered by town hall planners.

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council between February 5 and February 11 in the Ham & High readership area.

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

A new HMO could be created out of an existing two-bedroom family home in Camden Town.

The existing flat in Parkway would be converted to provide four self-contained rooms for students at London universities (2023/3080/P).

More cycle hire docking stations could also be installed in nearby Albert Street (2024/0377/P).

In Belsize Park, an extension to a property in Netherhall Gardens could be demolished and rebuilt with rooflights (2023/5417/P).

In Chalk Farm, one householder has asked to demolish an existing rear conservatory so that it can be replaced with a single-storey extension.

There are also plans to install solar panels and a wood burner at the same home in Harmood Street (2023/5102/P).

An additional floor could be added to two homes in Quickswood, Primrose Hill, (2023/4994/P and 2024/0160/P).

Two people at a flat in Ainger Road have asked for permission to build a single-storey rear outbuilding (2023/5152/P).

A single-storey rear extension could also be built if an application at a property in Meadowbank is approved (2024/0273/P).

A Frieze Sculpture exhibition is set to take place in Regent’s Park from September 17 until October 27 and an application has been submitted to allow the display to go ahead as planned (2024/0281/P).

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