Plans have been submitted to convert a listed building into three flats on the first and second floors in Ipswich town centre.

Ipswich Borough Council has received plans which would see a three-storey grade II listed building, dating back to the 18th century, converted into three flats.

The building is located at 10 Queen Street, above the Staff Bank offices on the first and second floor.

All flats will be one-bedroom, with one being on the first floor, one on the second, and the third will be split between the two.

Ipswich Star: The location for the three flatsThe location for the three flats (Image: Google Maps)

In order to make the flats habitable, changes will be made to the interior, including upgrading walls and inserting two dormer windows and one gable end window.

The flats will not have a dedicated parking space, but will have cycle storage on the ground floor.

The application states "the proposals are considered to have a very low impact on the Conservation Area as all of the external alterations are located to the rear of the building, where they will not be visible from the surrounding area".

Ipswich Borough Council will discuss the plans in the new year.