Permission for development for the change of use of a permitted eight-storey over basement building (Dublin City Council Reg. Ref. 3672/11 (An Bord Pleanala Ref. PL29S.240838)) to change the use from permitted student accommodation and office use to an aparthotel scheme with ancillary cafe on a site of 227sqm at Nos. 100-101 Bride Street, Dublin 8 (the site of the former Napper Tandy public house (with frontage also to Chancery Lane)). (The site for this amendment application forms part of a larger site for planning purposes of 0.1326ha that includes The Chancery, 3-10 Chancery Lane, Dublin 8, D08 E4PK, the latter now in separate ownership). The proposed development will consist of the change of use of the permitted building to be constructed on the Napper Tandy site (and revision as appropriate to the conditions attaching to that permission) to provide 51 No. studios ranging in size from 18sqm to 29.5sqm. (Allowance is also made for the inter-connection of certain studios at first, second, third and fourth floor levels to have the option in lettings to facilitate larger units.) An ancillary cafe (30sqm) is provided on an elevated level at reception/ground floor level. The proposal will also consist of: the reduction in size of the permitted basement from 146sqm to 97sqm (to accommodate back-of-house facilities and bicycle storage for ten bicycles); associated alterations to permitted floor plans (ground floor decreased by 5sqm; first to fourth floors increased by 2sqm each; fifth floor increased by 4sqm; and sixth and seventh floor levels increased by 5sqm each); the omission of the basement level link between the proposed development and of The Chancery Building (including the removal of the permitted 30 No. bicycle spaces in the latter); revisions to the ground level entrance doors to Chancery Lane/Bride Street and associated glazing (the latter including views through to the basement below); and the provision of associated signage and canopies over the footpaths to the permitted Bride Street and Chancery Lane elevations. These alterations are proposed together with previously permitted ancillary facilities including plant/solar panels and landscaped open space at roof level and the provision of photovoltaic panels on the southern elevation, and all other ancillary works above and below ground. The total gross floor area of the permitted building on the Napper Tandy site is decreased from 1,717sqm to 1,685sqm.

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