Plans have gone in to develop more flats on the site of a controversial former court.
Medway Council has received plans to develop a block of 12 flats on land along Chatham High Street which is shared with Anchorage House.
Last month the building - which once hosted Medway's County and Family Court and before that was a tax office - was put forward by the Home Office as a potential location from which to house asylum seekers.
The plans for the four-storey block of flats has been put forward by Chatham Homes Ltd which is registered in London.
Under the proposals, there would be six commercial units at the ground floor.
They are due to be decided by Tuesday, March 21.
The development at Anchorage House, which is currently underway, consists of converting the 10-storey building's offices into 81 flats.
Cannon Capital Developments submitted plans in 2020 under Permitted Development Rights for a change of use.
This meant it did not go through the normal local planning process, which was criticised by councillors.
Rochester and Strood MP Kelly Tolhurst spoke out against the plans for the building to host asylum seekers, saying she felt it was an inappropriate and unsuitable location.