Plans to double the number of flats in a high street development are among new schemes tabled for planning consent.

The applications have all been submitted to Camden Council over the past seven days in the Ham & High readership area.

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

Here are a selection of applications submitted between December 5 and 10:

Amendments are being made to plans for a seven-storey building plus a basement for student accommodation in Stephenson Way, Regents Park ward.

Rooms will be on the upper floors, with shared amenity space on the ground floor and a terrace on the sixth floor 

The application (2023/4524/P) is to expand the basement to allow a plant room underneath and car ramp. 

Also in Regents Park ward is an application to convert a property in Camden High Street from four flats - made up of three two-bedroom flats and one one-bed flat - to eight flats comprising two two-bedroom flats and six one-bedroom flats ( 2023/4561/P).

The designs also include a mansard roof extension above existing the second floor and a second floor rear extension.

Over in Fortess Road, Kentish Town, there are plans to convert a self-contained bedsit flat into a self-contained one-bedroom flat (2023/4928/L).

In The Mount Square, Hampstead, there are plans for internal alterations to a ground and lower ground floor rear apartment (2023/4810/L) .

These include the replacement of existing stairs, joinery alterations, bathroom and kitchen reconfigurations, rewiring and replumbing throughout.

The creation of a freestanding garden room in a back garden in Gainsborough Gardens in Hampstead will see all existing original window frames retrofitted, should the application be approved (2023/5202/L).

Also planned are external restoration works, the repointing of the entire building with mortar and the installation of electric underfloor heating system throughout.

In South End Green there is an application for the addition of a new plant unit at ground level on the facade facing Wentworth Mansions.

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