The refurbishment of the existing hotel structure facing onto thomas davis street involving a change of use of ground floor from hotel to partial retail use to form a retail unit and to partial café/retail use form a unit of 168sq. M, including ancillary storage and office to the rear. This development involves the demolition of single storey function rooms, bars and storage areas, and alterations to front, side and rear elevations of the hotel building. The total area to be demolished is approximately 2,287sq. M. The development involves a change of use of the existing upper floors [first and second floor] from hotel to residential use, with provision of 6 no. (2 bed) dwelling units, with access provided via existing western lane, through ground floor gate, to first floor common area and unit entrances. The development also includes the construction of a retail unit to the rear of the site of 672sq. M with pedestrian access onto st. James’s avenue to the east. Vehicular end pedestr

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Mixed Development Alterations in Cork

Former Central Hotel

Plans Withdrawn/Invalid

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