Plans to turn Dana prison site in Shrewsbury into flats
Plans to transform a historical former prison into flats and student accommodation have been submitted.
The Dana prison in Shrewsbury, which dates from the 19th Century, closed in 2013.
It was one of a number of jails to close in a bid to save £63m. The Grade II listed building was sold in June 2014.
The plans, which also include provision for a gym and restaurant, have been submitted to Shropshire Council.
Built in 1877, the three-acre Shrewsbury site used to house more than 300 prisoners.