Modify existing permissions Ref. Sd17a/0470, sd16a/0047, sd15a/0386 and sd15a/0318 to consist of: (a) partial demolition of the existing northeast wing of the original hotel building and the construction of a new hotel wing of a 5 storey over basement with adjoining stairs and lift core of 6 storeys; (b) remodelling of the original main hotel building including removal of mansard roof and the provision of an additional 2 storeys resulting in a 6 storey building; (c) provision of a new glazed atrium (c. 490sq. M) with bar at ground floor between the original hotel and recent hotel extension; (d) redesign of the ground floor to provide an enlarged restaurant area to the northeast (by c. 242sq. M) and the conversion of 13 ground floor bedrooms into 6 new conference/meeting rooms and event space in the southeast wing of the hotel; (e) provision of a new covered outdoor smoking area of c. 31sq. M; (f) demolition of the existing shed and provision of a new ESB substation and switch room (c. 54sq.m) in their place; (g) a new service link at first floor level resulting in the removal of one bedroom at first floor level in the newly constructed wing; (h) extension to the café link at ground floor by c.150sq.m.; (i) alterations to stairs, provision of plant and stair/lift cores at roof level; (j) provision of 5 pieces of art signage on the roof, signage over the restaurant and bar at ground floor level on the northwest elevation and signage on the new stair tower at 6th floor level on the northwest and southeast elevations; (k) all associated site development, staff facilities and back of house space, landscaping, open spaces, boundary treatment works, car parking and infrastructural services provision; proposal will result in an additional c.128 new hotel bedrooms (including 12 two-room aparthotel/apartment rooms providing a total of c.435 hotel bedrooms. The revisions result in a net increase in gross floor area of hotel accommodation by c.7,106sq.m.
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