Development at a 0.1 ha site approximately. This site is principally bounded by Earlsfort Terrace to the west, the Conrad Hotel to the north, Blocks J and F of Earlsfort Centre to the east, and Block D of the Earlsfort Centre and Nos. 5-15, Hatch Street Lower and Convent Place to the south. The development will consist of: – an extension of the existing building comprising two additional floors, which will principally be provided over the existing six storey rear section of Block E (The proposed new eighth storey will extend over part of the existing seven storey front section of Block E). The development will also consist of: – the extension of the existing six storey rear return to the northeast across all levels to facilitate the internal reconfiguration of the main building core and office floorplate; – the extension and reconfiguration of the existing basement core by 46 sq.m, including the provision of showers, drying room and lockers; cycle parking stands at basement level; – a new set back roof plant room and screened enclosure above the eighth storey. The development will also consist of: – the removal of the existing roof plant (131 sq.m); – demolition of 7 sq.m at first floor level in order to expand the double height entrance; – the removal of existing splayed panels at parapet of rear return and replacement with brick to facilitate the additional floors; – removal of roof lights and other elements on the roof of the rear return; – revisions to elevations including the provision of 2 no. new doors at the southern elevation and additional external lighting; – and all site development works above and below ground. The overall extension results in a total increase in floor area of 1,273 sq.m approximately, resulting in a building of 7,648 sq.m total GFA (including the basement core and roof plant room). The building will become a part seven, part eight storey building with roof plant, over basement.
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