A large, popular pub is going to get two storeys of flats added to it as part of a massive makeover if plans go ahead.
The Town House in Ealing Broadway was shut down at the beginning of the month after the lease to run it expired.
Its owners are now aiming to split the watering hole into two bars and build nine two-bedroom flats on top.
It had been operated by the Town and City Pub Company, who rented it from Fullers, but after the brewery sold the building in November the new landlords decided not to renew the lease. Fullers had owned the pub since the early 1800s but it has now been bought by a company called Osprey Holdings.
The latest planning application, submitted at the end of last month, follows a similar proposal made by applicant Norman Frenchman back in March. It aimed to build nine two-bedroom flats but this was withdrawn after the developers failed to provide enough information about soundproofing.
At the time, the Town Hall's consultation received 77 responses from surrounding homes and businesses.