Sudbury Snooker Club could be transformed into four flats in plans before a council. 

Proposals seeking to convert the first floor of the snooker hall at 50-51 North Street, which has been open since 1985, have been submitted to Babergh District Council. 

In documents before the council applicant D&A Property Developers Limited said planned flats would comprise of two three-bedroom homes and two two-bedroom homes. 

The seven parking spaces behind the hall would be retained with one space allocated per flat. 

Currently, the first floor is made up of a snooker room, communal room, seating area, bar and toilets.

The ground floor of the building is home to Hot Wok, The Tile Gallery and The Laundry Goddess, which have their own separate accesses onto North Street.

There are no proposed changes to the ground floor units. 

The plan is with Babergh District council pending consideration.