Plans have been lodged to convert the former Airline Taxis office in Harrogate into a one bedroom flat.
The ground floor offices on East Parade are currently vacant after a liquidator was appointed to wind up the company in June last year.
A directors report to creditors, signed by Airline’s sole director Mohammad Suleman, said the company experienced a “significant decline” in turnover due to lack of travel during the first covid lockdown.
Now, plans have been submitted by developer Mr T Halliday to Harrogate Borough Council to convert the offices into a one-bedroom flat.
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Documents lodged to the authority say that the building would retain its existing features and the same floor area as the taxi company office.
Harrogate Borough Council will make a decision on the plan at a later date.