A power hub could be built next to a pub after it was forced to move by HS2 work. 

This is among applications submitted to Camden Council between May 6 and May 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.

The electricity substation could soon be relocated to just north of the Exmouth Arms pub near Euston station (2024/1734/HS2).

The substation needs to be relocated as a result of HS2 work, and is described as “critical” for supplying power to the surrounding area.

There are plans for an extension to three homes in Kentish Town – two in Leighton Road (2024/0803/P and 2024/1517/P) and another in Marsden Street (2024/1171/P).

Two extensions are also planned in Belsize Park – to properties in Wedderburn Road (2024/1693/L) and Belsize Lane (2024/1759/L).  

Also in Belsize Park, in Netherall Gardens, there are plans to demolish a garage and build a home in its place (2024/1266/P).

Nearby, in Chalcot Gardens, there are plans to convert two flats into one (2024/1382/P).

Another applicant has asked to build an extension to a property in Gascony Avenue, West Hampstead – (2024/1637/P).

In Ferncroft Avenue, Hampstead, there are plans to combine four existing homes into a single property (2024/1200/P).

Near Regent’s Park, there are plans to convert two flats in Cambridge Gate into a single home (2024/1601/P).

In Primrose Hill, an outbuilding could me merged with an existing home in Queen’s Grove to create a larger property (2024/1688/P).

A property in Royal College Street, Camden Town, could soon be converted into a house in multiple occupancy (HMO) (2024/1769/P).

Nearby, in Arlington Road, an existing rear conservatory could be replaced by a two storey rear extension (2024/1821/L).

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

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