Plans have been lodged to convert city-centre offices into a block of flats.
A developer wants to create six “high quality” apartments at 133-139 Union Street.
Tinto Architecture Ltd has submitted a planning application to transform the office block on behalf of its client City Restoration Project Ltd.
Documents submitted alongside the blueprints said a “significant amount of work” was needed to bring the building up to scratch.
A planning statement said it required a “complete redecoration” and replacement of floors, walls and ceilings.
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The document said: “Overall, there is a significant amount of work required to bring the aforementioned floors back to an acceptable state for habitation.”
The building is C-listed and the developer wants to create a mix of one- and two-bedroom flats as part of the project.