Global retail giant Amazon has unveiled plans to create 350 new jobs by doubling the capacity of its base in Staffordshire.
The US firm has submitted a planning application to Cannock Chase Council to create a new entrance to the building on Towers Business Park centre, in Rugeley.
It is also seeking to construct a new roundabout to enhance traffic flow around the centre, add extra parking spaces and build a new bus stop.
The interior of the building, which is already home to many millions of products, will be reconfigured in order to double its capacity.
Amazon initially announced three years ago that it had chosen Rugeley to house a new distribution hub which created circa 900 roles.
Across the UK, it employs more than 7,000 permanent staff, the majority of which are employed in distribution centres, and said it expected to create around 2,500 seasonal roles at its Rugeley hub this Christmas.
Cannock Chase Council's leader Coun George Adamson said: "Amazon's proposal to invest further in Rugeley is to be warmly welcomed, together with the new jobs that would be created.
"This shows that Cannock Chase is an attractive place to invest and create jobs for local people."