Brighton and Hove City Council has released its weekly list of planning applications - and it includes a plan for the installation of a 5G street pole.

One application in Hollingdean and Fiveways involves the erection of a single-storey side return extension to the rear of a home in Waldegrave Road.

In Regency, an application involves the replacement of single-glazed wooden windows to the rear of a property in Vernon Gardens with UPVC double-glazed windows.

An application for a property in Grand Junction Road requests the reinstatement of original basement lightwells, addition of windows at basement and ground levels, refurbishment of existing railings and fire escapes, and internal alterations to add shared kitchen facilities and additional rooms.

West Hill and North Laine saw an application for the erection of site hoarding to the perimeter of the building housing the Cafe and Public Toilets at The Level on Ditchling Road.

In Kemp Town, an application sought to convert an existing seven-bedroom HMO accommodation in Dorset Gardens into five self-contained flats for individuals with mental health needs.

In Moulsecoomb and Bevendean, an application has been submitted for the installation of a 15m high 5G telecommunications street pole with associated equipment cabinets.

In West Hill and North Laine, a change of use has been submitted from a framing shop to a takeaway food shop on Baker Street.

Other applications have also been registered in various areas of Brighton and Hove.

These include a change of use from a betting shop to a coffee shop at 95 George Street in Central Hove, the installation of internally illuminated fascia signs and an extension at the American Express Community Stadium in Coldean and Stanmer, and the erection of extensions and alterations to residential properties in several other areas of the city.

Residents and interested parties are encouraged to view the plans and documents related to any of these proposals and provide feedback by visiting the online planning register at