Permission for development consisting of:
1) The refurbishment, amalgamation and change of use of 5 No. existing vacant buildings (Nos. 1-5 Ashgrove Terrace) and the construction of a new 2 storey building (730 sqm) to the rear of and part interconnected with the existing Ashgrove Terrace.
The refurbished Ashgrove Terrace (688 sqm) is connected to the new building to the rear and the total gross floor area of the existing buildings and the new building is 1,418 sqm, which will accommodate:
A) Unit 1 (1,094 sqm); a restaurant/bar with a retail element (food hall/delicatessen) and ancillary accommodation over two levels with entrances from Sandyford Road (via existing Ashgrove Terrace) and from the new building extension from the new public space referred to as Pembroke Square. The unit has outdoor seating areas at ground level on Sandyford road, to the rear on Pembroke square and on the first-floor terrace.
B) Unit 2 (324 sqm): a café/restaurant unit over two levels with access from the new Pembroke Square and outdoor seating on first-floor terrace.
2) A Leisure/entertainment/amusement facility with restaurant/bar facilities and ancillary accommodation at extended existing basement level (681 sqm) with access from a new lift/stair core at ground level on Pembroke Square.
3) Multipurpose outdoor space – The remainder of the site will provide a new outdoor space (referred to as Pembroke Square) with associated public realm improvement works, hard and soft landscaping, seating and lighting. Permission is sought for use of the area as a multi-purpose space for events of a cultural, educational, social, recreational or sporting character (including food and craft markets, exhibitions, outdoor cinema, food and beverage stalls and retail concessions on an all year round basis) and the placing or maintenance of tents, vans or temporary or movable structures or objects on the lands in connection with such uses including the provision of power and lighting and associated signage
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