The development of a serviced apartments/ aparthotel scheme with ancillary accommodation on a site of 0.635 hectares at No. 25 Upper Pembroke Street and including garages to the rear of Nos. 22 and 23 Upper Pembroke Street (which are located on, and accessed via, Stable Lane), Dublin 2. (Nos. 22 and 23 Upper Pembroke Street are both Designated Protected Structures – RPS Nos. 6670 and 6671, respectively. However, the garages are not located within the curtilage of these Protected Structures.) The development will consist of a change of use from residential apartments (1,884,5 sq.m) and garage/ storage (87.5 sq.m) to serviced apartments/ aparthotel use (1,972 sq.m gross floor area), the provision of additional floor area (191 sq.m gross floor area over Lower Ground Floor Level to Roof Level) as a result of an extension to the rear of No. 25 from Lower Ground to Fourth Floor Level (186 sq.m), and entrance lobby (5 sq.m) at Ground Floor Level. The resulting serviced apartments/ aparthotel development, with ancillary accommodation, comprises 2,163 sq.m gross floor area. The development will also consist of: associated internal alterations and elevation changes; provision of signage comprising individual aluminium letters above the proposed entrance lobby (300mm in height by 1,300 mm in width), the removal of fire escapes from rear elevations and the antennae from the roof; provision of a lift overrun at roof level; the replacement of the roof to the garages; changes to fenestration and doors (including the increase in size in some windows, the blocking-up of some opes, replacement windows and doors etc.); provision of railings to the front boundary wall; opening up of light wells to the Lower Ground Floor; bicycle parking; all hard and soft landscaping; lighting; changes in level; associated site servicing (foul and surface water drainage and water supply); all other associated site excavation and site development works above and below ground.
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