Final plans for a multimillion-pound scheme to redevelop an area in central Southampton have been submitted.
The developer, Tellon Capital, are set to build 519 new homes and a small shopping area.
Tellon Capital have made some changes to focus on the positive aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic, "such as the fact more people are walking and cycling".
It said the final plans include secure cycle spaces and electric vehicle charging points, with garden areas to make a feature of the medieval walls.
Buildings along Queensway and East Street and the Bargate Shopping Centre have already been demolished ahead of work starting on the redevelopment.
Southampton's town walls
• The oldest sections, Bargate and Eastgate, date from 1180 - alterations were made in about 1290
• They were extended following the devastating French raid of 1338. Edward III ordered that walls be built to "close the town", with the western walls completed in 1380
• The walls - including eight gates and 29 towers - stretched for one-and-a-quarter miles, with the Bargate as the entrance to the medieval town
• In the late 19th Century an idea to demolish the Bargate as an impediment to traffic was defeated following a public campaign. But in the 1930s the adjoining walls were removed to allow traffic to flow on either side
• Roughly half of the walls, 13 of the original towers and six gates are standing, making them some of the most complete medieval town walls in the country
Source: BBC News/ Southampton City Council