Hotel bosses in Sheffield hope to convert the building into housing.
A planning application has been submitted to Sheffield Council seeking permission to transform the eight-bed Ivory House Hotel, on Wostenholm Road, Sharrow.
The plan would see the hotel converted into five apartments, while retaining the owner’s one-bed apartment.
Elsewhere, restaurant bosses in Sheffield hope to build a smoking shelter outside the premises.
An application has been submitted to the council seeking approval for the shelter to be built outside Lebanese restaurant Levantine Cuisine in the former Tollgate Inn building, on Pitsmoor Road, Pitsmoor.
Plans have been also unveiled to transform a Chinese takeaway into a home.
An application has been submitted to the council requesting approval to change the use of the Canton House outlet, on Lindsay Avenue, Firth Park, from hot-food takeaway to residential.
Decisions on all three applications are expected from the council by June.