Proposed changes to the gardens near Euston Station are among an array of notable planning applications made in the borough over the last week.

Camden Council has recieved various applications from February 19 to 25 this year, including plans for four flats in Belsize ward and replacement signage for a unit in Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross.

Take a look at our selection below.

Plans for four flats on Finchley Road have been made in the Belsize Park ward.

The application, 2023/5180/P, involves the extension of the existing building at 529 Finchley Road to provide three one-bed flats, and a three-bed unit.

A property on Great Russell Street in Bloomsbury has had plans made for works to its roof, including the removal, reinforcement and replacement of its front, side and rear parapets.

RELATED NEWS: Camden Council planning applications February 12 to 18

The application 2024/0207/P, also involves the replacement of roof slates to the front and the repair of its rear fixtures.

Dartmouth Park in Highgate has had an application, 2024/0306/P, to extend the back of a property on its ground floor.

The proposal also includes rooflights, a loft conversion and rebuilding the front boundary wall of the Boscastle Road home.

In Kings Cross, an application, 2024/0341/A, has been made to display four illuminated signs at Unit 2 of Coal Drops Yard.

Coal Drops Yard, a shopping and dining space, contains boutiques among other businesses.

Euston Station in Regents Park ward has had plans, 2024/0741/HS2, to reassemble and re-erect railings aroung Euston Square Gardens.

In South Hampstead ward, plans have been made to replace all windows to the front and rear elevations of the "Fairhurst" block in Compayne Gardens.

The plans, 2024/0064/P, were made by Mr Ivan Bozhilov of Woodford Green.

Bloomsbury ward also had an application, 2024/0388/A, for a fresh black and red logo sign made by tech company Databricks.

Two aluminium projecting signs were also proposed to replace a former fascia sign and other projecting signs. This was for the premises at 11-14 Windmill Street in Camden.

Camden Town also had a proposal, 2023/4769/P, to replace sash windows and a door with double-glazed windows and a fresh door on Arlington Road.