RETENTION: PROTECTED STRUCTURE: The development involves a) The change of use of the basement of no. 31 from a food outlet to a two bedroom residential apartment, the consequential removal of a glazed structure to the front and single storey structure to the rear containing air ducts, cooling room etc. The reintroduction of window to front to match original window two new French doors to rear, new guardrails on external stairs. b) The removal of room subdivision partitions at first floor level of no. 31 and at second floor levels in no. 32, so as to return rooms to original volume, removal of a non-historic door opening at ground floor of no. 31 c) The retention of the conversion of the top floor of No. 32 from residential to office use and the partitioning of the space. D) The retention of interventions including roof valleys of both houses, 4 roof lights in the residential mews at rear, and sanitary facilities at ground and third floor levels of no. 31, and at basement level of no. 3.

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Mixed Development Alterations in Dublin

31 & 32 Baggot Street Lower


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