A historic clocktower in Hampstead is set for a revamp.

It is one of the applications submitted to Camden Council between May 28 and June 2 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 Hampstead, there are plans to reinstate the roof of the clocktower in Heath Street, complete with flag staff and weather vane (2024/1031/P).

In Nassington Road, there are plans to build a single storey outbuilding to the rear of one home (2024/1336/P).

Another application seeks permission to extend the relocation of the Hampstead Figure Sculpture until the end of 2028 while work to build almost 200 new homes near Swiss Cottage station takes place (2024/1970/P).

In Primrose Hill, there are plans to demolish an existing home in Radlett Place and replace it with a new house, swimming pool and basement (2024/1980/P).

An office building above shops in Camden High Street could be converted into new homes (2024/1301/P).

Under plans submitted to the council, an extra floor would be added to the building.

Nine new flats would be created, while two shops would be retained on the ground floor.  

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

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