A Pakistani street food restaurant could soon be opening a new branch.

Plans for the venue are among those submitted to Camden Council between June 10 and June 16.

The council is currently reviewing each application and has yet to make a decision on any of them.

In Belsize Park, a single-storey lower ground floor extension could be built to a property in Lancaster Drive (2024/2392/P).

Another extension is planned for a property in Hillfield Road, West Hampstead (2023/5183/P).  

In Gospel Oak, one applicant has asked to build a single-storey side extension to a house in Tasker Road (2024/2410/P).

The garage of a house in Mulberry Close, Hampstead, could be converted into new living space (2024/1626/P).

An area of land off Caversham Road, Kentish Town, might soon become a car park (2024/2094/P).

The applicant has asked to change the use of the land from a storage area to a public car park for up to three years.

In Kilburn, an outbuilding could be built in the back garden of a basement flat in Priory Terrace (2024/2314/P).

Changes planned for a Grade II* listed house in Park Village West near Regent’s Park include demolishing and rebuilding a conservatory and excavating a basement (2024/2384/P).

A single-storey rear extension is also planned for a house in Goldhurst Terrace, South Hampstead (2024/2216/P).

A new Khaao Karachi restaurant could soon open in West Hampstead (2024/2237/P) on the site of Firezza Pizza.

The Karachi street food firm already has two outlets in Camden, and has asked to use the takeaway premises in West End Lane as a restaurant.

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

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