Plans have been lodged to transform a historic former hospital building in Fife into luxury flats.
The modified plans refer to the Mansion House building at the old Forth Park Maternity Hospital site in Kirkcaldy.
Councillors have already approved a new housing development comprising 41 new homes which will replace the main hospital building, as well as a further 14 flats in existing buildings.
Now the same company, Easyliving Developments is seeking listed building consent for internal and external alterations to the rear of the Mansion House.
Its application says “substantial parts” of the former Fife Health Board property had been altered or removed, resulting in the updated planning request.
Once complete, the hospital site is intended to feature five bungalows, 20 semi-detached houses, 11 detached houses with views across the Forth and nine apartments in the B-listed mansion house.
A further four apartment will also be created in the coach house.
The hospital, which dates back to 1932 and had a maternity wing added in 1966, was the birthplace of around 100,000 babies.
It closed in 2012 as services shifted over to the new £170m Victoria Hospital site just a mile away.