Three buildings in Beckenham town centre once used as offices could be converted into flats if a new planning application is accepted.

Provident House, in Burrell Row, and Ironstone House and Marqueen House, both in Beckenham High Street, are the buildings where the new homes are planned.

A similar application by Ironstone UK Limited was accepted in December 2015.

The fresh application was submitted "to allow for an extension of the relevant time period".

On-site parking would be provided between the three buildings.

Five spaces would be reserved for Ironstone House, five spaces for Marqueen House and six spaces for Provident House.

For Provident House, it is proposed that 18 one-bedroom apartments and two two-bedroom apartments would be installed in the three-storey building.

In the three-storey Ironstone House, the first, second and third floors may be converted into 18 one-bedroom apartments depending on Bromley Council's decision.

This development is also planned for nearby Marqueen House where 18 one-bedroom flats are proposed for the three-storey building.

The planning application states the office use of the premises is no longer required as they have been vacant for a long time.