PLANS to refurbish a popular Dunfermline pub and create dedicated event spaces have been submitted to Fife Council.

Seven Kings, on Bridge Street, occupies the ground floor of a 19-century C-listed building and an application has been lodged by owners Greene King to make minor interior alterations.

If approved, the venue could become more suited to private functions, with plans to install timber and glass folding doors to separate different areas.

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Work would also involve changes to the restrooms - including the layout of the female customer toilet and wheelchair accessible toilet and redesign of the male customer toilet - as well as new seating and a bar extension.

As outlined in a design, access, and heritage statement issued with the proposal, customer accessible areas would be fully redecorated, with new wall finishes, floor finishes, decorative lighting, and loose tables and chairs, as well as the installation of a false fireplace and electric fire in the dining area.

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Changes to staff areas would involve minor alterations to the existing catering kitchen, including the removal of doors and addition of new doors to improve flow.

All areas will remain in their current use and nothing proposed will affect the external appearance of the premises.

It is not currently known whether the alterations will require the pub to temporarily close to accommodate the work should plans be approved.