A prominent building in Birmingham, which was bought at the start of the year for a seven-figure sum, could be transformed into almost 80 apartments after the plans were recommended for the go-ahead.
Priory House in Gooch Street North and Kent Street has been earmarked for the proposed scheme which would see 79 flats created.
The plans come after Rainier Developments, based in Henley-in-Arden, announced it had bought the former forensic laboratory at the start of 2020.
The seven-storey building, which was constructed in the 1950s, was home to the Forensic Science Service for more than 40 years before it closed in 2011.
Birmingham City Council's planning committee is set to meet virtually on Thursday 19
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