One of Liverpool’s iconic Three Graces is set for a partial revamp under plans submitted to Liverpool Council.

The Port of Liverpool Building, which sits on the waterfront alongside the Liver Building and the Cunard, could have parts of its first and second floors refurbished under proposals from Amtrak Real Estate.

Built between 1904 and 1907, it is the oldest of the three buildings now collectively known as the Three Graces.

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According to the plans, areas of both floors are set to be revamped with a focus on bringing office spaces up to a higher standard.

The refurbishment would include the introduction of air conditioning to improve ventilation in the spaces, as well as improving their appearance.

A report submitted with the application said the work will aim to make the spaces more appealing to potential tenants.

The report, from commercial real estate company CBRE, said: “Currently the spaces are dated and with minimal building services installations.

“The purpose of this project is to improve the services provision and presentation of the spaces, to assist lettings.”

The Port of Liverpool Building housed the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, which administers the city’s port, from 1907 to 1994.

Later sold to a property company, the building underwent a far more extensive refurbishment between 2006 and 2009 to restore its older features.

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Built in an Edwardian Baroque style, the building is known for its large atrium, sitting underneath its distinctive domed roof.

Liverpool Council’s planning department will now consider the latest refurb application.