Plans to convert a mid-Suffolk cottage into a holiday home have been revealed. 

The proposals, submitted by a Ms B Butcher, would also see the conversion of an existing holiday home into a residential dwelling. 

The site, which is located just off Wash Lane in Long Green, Wortham, currently consists of an office and workshop space at Old Maria's Cottage and a holiday home in Rhubarb Barn.

If approved, these plans would see the new holiday let established in the cottage and the barn extended and repurposed for residential use.

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The proposed changes have been described by the applicant as "minor" and "essential to support modern day living."

Plans for the new holiday let would see the workshop retained on the ground floor of the cottage, with the first floor converted in order to house a bedroom and en-suite.

The ground floor of the new dwelling would consist of one bedroom with en-suite, one bathroom and a kitchen and dining area. 

The first floor would feature a lounge and two bedrooms - one with an en-suite.