Proposals to build a three-storey block of flats in between existing terraced house are among those to be considered by town hall planners.

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council between February 12 and February 18 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, extensions to two flats in the same block are planned in Adamson Road (2023/5134/P).

Plans for four “round” tower blocks next to Camden’s Roundhouse music venue have also been submitted (2024/0479/P).

Student flats will be located in three of the four cylindrical towers in Chalk Farm Road that range between six and 12 storeys in height, providing 265 rooms in total.

The other ten-storey tower would provide 24 affordable homes for Camden residents, including family homes.

Demolition of the existing buildings on the site will need to take place before work on the new blocks can begin.

In Cricklewood, a rear extension is planned to a home in Ebbsfleet Road (2023/5324/P).

Closer towards South Hampstead, in Ravenshaw Street, there are plans for a “contemporary” three-storey block of flats with a basement (2024/0467/P).

The plans would see an existing Victorian end-terrace house demolished, with the block of six flats built on this site and an adjoining parking space.

Two previous schemes for the site dating back to 2007 have previously been put forward, but neither received planning approval.

In Swiss Cottage, one applicant has asked for permission to build a new 2-storey home in the northeast corner of the existing Boydell Court estate (2023/3169/P).

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