Plans have finally been submitted to transform Plymouth's crumbling Civic Centre into a thriving building with featuring more than 100 luxury apartments, a roof garden, a lounge and panoramic views across the city.
Urban Splash, the firm behind the revitalisation of Royal William Yard, bought the 15-storey Civic Centre from Plymouth City Council in January 2016.
Since then its future has been unclear - but this week a planning application was submitted with detailed designs for the site's future.
Back in 2014 former Plymouth Argyle owner James Brent tried to turn the Civic Centre into a 160-bedroom hotel with restaurants and bars, but talks fell through.
Urban Splash say they want the square around the Grade II listed building to become 'a vibrant cultural location'.
The Civic Centre was designed and built in response to the devastation of World War Two, which saw much of Plymouth destroyed.
It was opened by the Queen in 1962 and was given listed status in 2007.
To see Urban Splash's full plans, click here.