A former retail shop could be transformed into a takeaway in the Elgin town centre.
The building used to be the home of shoe shop Charlie’s Accessories.
Now, there are plans to breathe new life into the property at 54 High Street by converting the building into a pizza takeaway.
A full planning application has been lodged with Moray Council.
The proposed works include forming of a new entrance onto the High Street where the current glazed entrance is situated and the blocking off of the existing entrance to the unit.
A planning statement for the proposed change to the category B listed building said that the build would “enhance” the early 19th century ground floor shop while maintaining the character of the building.
The report said: “The proposed glazed frontage will match the existing design and colour which will allow the character of the building to be preserved whilst bringing better energy performance and usability of the ground floor commercial premises.
“The use of aluminium in this design will give better longevity to the frontage whilst allowing the features to be preserved by means of design.
“Through appropriate respect to the listing and considered design to match the existing.”
Drawings from Hardies LLP show that the plans include a new kitchen, toilets and an eating and drinking area.