A PUB which has been shut since 2008 could be transformed into shops and apartments.
Michal Palamarczuk, owner of the boarded up Nags Head in High Street, Farndon, has unveiled revised plans for the site which includes the creation of offices and new homes.
He wants to convert the pub into two ground floor shops with a mix of one and two bedroom apartments on the above floors and at the rear of the building.
It is proposed that part of the pub be demolished to provide a widened access point to the site.
The plan also includes the stables at the back of the pub being turned into a business unit with an apartment, and the derelict barn being rescued and transformed into a four bedroom house.
On the courtyard a trio of three bedroom properties are proposed.
Changes have been made to the original proposal which was submitted in May last year and subsequentially withdrawn two months later.
They include replacing the hipped roof with a gabled roof at a lower level, with the addition of dormer and roof windows.
Removing the render finish on the building and repointing brickwork do not form part of the revised proposals.
In the plans, the canopy has been removed and and the main entrance door has been moved to its original position between the two ground floor windows.
The position of a series of apartment windows has been adjusted to prevent overlooking the Old Bake House property.
Changes have also been made to the proposed business unit and the three homes to avoid overlooking the Bridge View and Old School House properties.
The main access road finsih would be tarmac rather than paving blocks.
Cheshire West and Chester Council’s planning department is expected to make a decision on the plans in June.