Plans have been submitted for a new community food hub and the demolition of a £1 million home that is infested with mould.

Camden Council has received more than 70 applications for a variety of developments in the Ham&High patch.

We have summed up the most notable applications and included them for ease below:

  • A new community food hub and café has been proposed in the existing Queen's Crescent Community Centre at 45 Ashdown Crescent, Belsize Park. The extension would offer a “permanent location” for a food bank. (2024/0511/P).
  • Plans were also put forward for a new Santander cycle hire docking station opposite to 98 - 102 Camley Street, King’s Cross (2024/0496/P).
  • Two applications were submitted to convert two flats on The Grove, Highgate, to a single house – with a side extension and internal and external alterations. (2024/0057/P / 2024/1169/L).
  • There are plans to demolish The Cottage, a property in Lyndhurst Road, Belsize Park, and redevelop it to become a three-bedroom house with a basement and a garden room. The property, which had rooms covered in mould, was sold in an auction by Hammer Price Homes for £1,054,500 (2024/0698/P).
  • Two Primrose Hill garden flats could be converted into a single family dwelling with alterations including a skylight and replaced doors. (2024/0898/P).
  • Kiyoto sushi restaurant on West End Lane, West Hampstead, could be refreshed with a new shopfront and an updated logo. (2024/0211/P / 2024/0337/A).

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