Architects performing on behalf of Gareth Lees, proprietor of The Stew in Frankwell, are looking for permission to show the derelict building in to places of work, residences, a restaurant and spa.
The building has been on the coronary heart of an extended-operating planning wrangle.
Shrewsbury Civic Society are opposed plans to transform the building, which was as soon as a warehouse, and which stands near Theatre Severn.
A earlier plan to demolish The Stew and change it with a resort was the topic of a protracted planning dispute, and appreciable opposition from the Civic Society, which argued in opposition to the proposal on the grounds of the building’s historic significance to the city.
The plan was in the end turned down at a planning inquiry in 2015.
Quite a lot of makes an attempt to have the building listed have additionally been turned down, with Historic England rejecting the newest earlier this 12 months.
Plans to transform the building date again to 2004 when the applicant utilized to show the building in to a resort.
Nonetheless, the brand new plans, which embrace an extension to the japanese facade of the building and a futuristic roofline, are nonetheless a matter of concern for the civic society.
A design and entry assertion offered by Base Architects says: "The choice to completely reinstate and restore the remaining authentic building, relatively than restore solely, was taken in order that the unique historic readability is amplified. Later interventions have considerably altered the unique type of the building resulting in the detriment of the unique building / facades.
"This breathes life again into the situation, decreasing the detrimental affect of a derelict vacant property in a key place throughout the City of Shrewsbury, offers residential property and locations of employment and offers an answer to an extended operating course of which has resulted in planning purposes and appeals courting again years. It has turn out to be a stagnant state of affairs which wants bringing to shut for the sake of the building and its long run future."
Byron Grainger-Jones, chairman of the Civic Society mentioned that the plans have been 'inappropriate' for the realm and thee scheme was not even 'midway first rate'.
The plans will now be thought-about by the council's planning division in the brand new 12 months.