Plans to add extra storeys to three existing buildings are among those that have been submitted over the past two weeks. 

The applications were all in the Ham & High readership area and received by Camden Council between July 17 and July 30. 

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

In Gospel Oak, an application (2023/2623/P) has been submitted for new roof lights and changes to the existing rear dormer at a property in Upper Park Road.

A full planning permission application (2023/1885/P) has been made to build an additional storey and a rear extension at the first-floor level of a building in Highgate.

The extension aims to extend the existing first-floor flat and create a new studio flat at the second floor. 

The two flats would be located above an existing café in Highgate Road. 

In Kentish Town, plans (2023/0804/P) have been submitted to build a third floor to two properties in Fortress Road. The proposals would also see a rear dormer built for each property. 

This work would create two one-bedroom flats arranged over two floors above two existing shops.

An planning application (2023/2949/P) has also been made for work at nearby Acland Burghley School.

The school is asking for permission to build a metal store on the western part of its site. 

In Primrose Hill, a full planning permission application (2023/2929/P) has been submitted for the replacement of two sets of rear lower ground doors at a flat in Elsworthy Road .

There are also plans (2023/1888/P) to build a new two-storey self-contained home in the back garden of a property in Arlington Road close to Regent's Park.

In nearby Oakley Square a listed building consent application (2023/2524/L) has been filed seeking to replace four front, and one rear, window sashes with double-glazed units.

A large number of applications have also been submitted to Camden Council relating to work to fell or cut back trees.  

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