PLANNING permission is being sought for the next phase of redevelopment of historic Port Glasgow premises.
Inverclyde Council plans to turn the B-listed King George VI property in King Street into a community hub.
Work will include a new roof, replacement windows, changes to the internal layout and a rear access stair extension.
The building, which dates back to the 1700s, will have meeting rooms, office space and a café, becoming the new home for Clune Park Resource Centre.
The local authority has been awarded £1.2million of Scottish Government regeneration funding for the next phase, following initial £1million restoration work.
The plans are now awaiting approval from local planners.