A cinema room could be added to the former stables behind Hampstead Police Station, if new plans get the go-ahead.

It is among a variety of applications that have been submitted to Camden Council between March 18 and March 24 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 convert a flat in Fitzjohn’s Avenue last used as a single family home into two separate units (2024/0361/P).

An existing single family home over in Finchley Road could also be converted to make way for extra homes (2024/0666/P).

Under current plans, five self-contained flats would be created out of the existing building.

New proposals have also been submitted for the stables at the back of the former Hampstead police station in Rosslyn Hill (2024/0222/P).

Plans to convert the stables into a home were approved in 2022, with the latest application seeking permission to demolish an existing annexe to the building.

This would be replaced by a two-storey building with a basement to include a cinema room and three new bedrooms.

In Highgate, a single storey garden studio could be added to the rear garden of a flat in Chetwynd Road (2023/5353/P).

Under one new application, the WHSmith in King’s Cross station has asked to extend into the unit formerly used by clothing retailer American Apparel (2024/0914/L).

In Primrose Hill, an extra storey could be added to five separate blocks of flats at Darwin Court, Gloucester Avenue (2024/1039/P).

This would allow for eight new homes to be created – two with three bedrooms, and the remainder with two bedrooms.

In West Hampstead, there are also plans to build a single-storey lower ground floor rear extension to a property West End Lane (2024/0734/P).

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

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