HOTEL rooms will be added to a new flats complex at Titanic Mill in Linthwaite.
Lowry Renaissance, of Manchester, is creating 130 flats in the empty mill at Lowestwood Lane.
The firm originally planned to have one or two single hotel rooms on the ground floor, alongside a restaurant and bars, spa, therapy room, gym, pool and bistro.
Now, it has decided to use the ground-floor space for more facilities and put 16 hotel rooms on the first floor.
The rooms will take the place of flats.
These 16 flats will be re-created on other floors by splitting some of the complex's two-bedroom flats in half.
The hotel rooms and ground-floor facilities - which will be open to the public - are being managed by Property Renaissance.
But the application to Kirklees Council for the new flats has been made by the firm's partners in the project, Lowry Renaissance, which is in control of the flats.
Planning officers are expected to make a decision on the 16 new hotel rooms after July 28.
Eileen Harrison, a director at Property Renaissance, said: "The idea of the hotel rooms is to encourage people to stay with us for more than a day.
"The rooms will be spacious and upmarket. They will be something special."
She added that work to clear the mill site was almost complete.
Structural repairs will start on the Edwardian mill very soon, then construction of the flats will take place.
Anyone wanting a preview of the finished product will be able to view a `dummy' flat next to the marketing office on the mill site.
The flats will cost between £144,650 and £256,650.