15 June 2022 Fit out of the 1st floor and 2nd floors as office
07 Dec 2017 Demolition and reconstruction of existing façade, 7 storey rear extension, demolition & reconstruction of 2no. penthouse levels, together with refurbishment & fit-out of existing 7-storey over basement office building
Permission for development at a site (c.0.094 ha) at Scotch House, corner of Burgh Quay and Hawkins Street, Dublin 2. The site currently accommodates an existing 7 storey office building (c.4002sq.m gfa) over basement (8 floor levels in total), including plant at 6th floor level (c. 160sq.m) and basement level (c.14sq.m), and excluding existing basement car parking (c. 519sq.m / 18 no. car spaces). The building is currently being used for education purposes on a temporary basis. The proposed development will increase the overall gross floor area of the existing building from c. 4002sq.m to c.4940sq.m, (excluding basement car parking) with works comprising: a change of use to cafe within the internal basement and at ground floor level (c.197sq.m) with a new independent access off Burgh Quay at ground floor level; the construction of a new building extension from ground to 6th floor level (7 storeys) to existing western elevation; construction of 2 no. new office levels at 5th and 6th floor (c. 1,175sq.m), following demolition of the existing 5th and 6th floors, to provide a seven storey building over basement; provision of a terrace/balcony at 5th and 6th floors (c.178sq.m); existing facades to Hawkins Street and Burgh Quay to be removed and replaced with new facades; the provision of an overhang of the upper levels of the building over the footpath at the corner of Burgh Quay and Hawkins Street; existing south, west and north inner facades to be retained in part and upgraded with external insulation and new windows provided; total demolition works proposed c.709sq.m; internal refurbishment and reconfiguration of the existing office building as exempted development (c.3294sq.m); reconfiguration of basement car parking areas resulting in a reduction of existing car parking spaces from 18 no. spaces to 12 no. spaces; the provision of 52 no. bicycle parking spaces, bin storage and plant at basement level; and all associated site development works and ancillary works.
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