EXT.OF DURATION:PROTECTED STRUCTURE:Application for planning permission at no. 3, 4, 5, 6. Parnell Street, Dublin 1. No. 3 is a protected structure, and the site is in an Architectural Conservation Area. The development will consist/consists of: No. 3 Parnell Street is three storey over basement and is a protected structure. The first and second floor are residential and the ground floor is retail. There were associated stores in the basement. No. 3 is in poor structural condition. There has been a recent dangerous building notice issued on the property to make it safe. No. 4, 5 and 6 were originally three storey over basement. There was commercial use on the ground floor. There were associated stores in the basement. The first and second floor were residential. No. 6 is a single storey commercial unit on the ground floor only. Due to the dangerous structural condition of no. 4 and no. 5 they have been demolished to ground floor level by order of Dublin City Council Dangerous Building Section. All original brick and slate have been retained on site at no. 6 to allow for the conservation of no. 3. There is an historic fireplace on the ground and basement floor of no. 4 which is to be conserved and restored. The chimney breast on the first, second and third floor of no. 4 is to be retained. The development will consist of demolition of remaining ground floor front and rear facade of no. 4, 5, and 6 to allow for the construction of a new boutique hotel at no. 4, 5 and 6 and the conservation of no. 3 as part of the new proposed hotel. The proposed boutique hotel will be 5 storeys over basement. The hotel will be entered through a centrally foyer at no. 5 at ground level of no. 6, it is proposed to have a restaurant that fronts both Parnell Street and Jervis Lane. At first, second and third floor of no. 4, 5, and no. 6 there are 18 double bedrooms (6 at 17sqm 6 at 15sqm and 3 at 19.5sqm and 3 at 18.5sqm) on the recessed fourth floor of no. 4, 5, 6, it is proposed to have three meeting rooms (1 at 38.5sqm, 1 at 36.3sqm, 1 at 23sqm). It is proposed to have stores in the existing basement of no. 4 and toilets in the new basement of no. 6. To the rear of no. 3, 4 and 5 it is proposed to conserve the boundary garden walls of calp stone, brick and beach stone and to form a new garden at ground level with granite and salvaged brick paving with planter to rear. (no. 3 will be separate) On Parnell Street the proposed new hotel entrance at No. 5 is copper. The proposed shop front at the restaurant of no. 6 is aluminium. The proposed hotel pub front at no. 4 is hardwood. The proposed new shop front at no. 3 is painted hardwood. On Jervis Lane the proposed shop front at the restaurant at no. 6 is aluminium. The entrance door is copper to accentuate the side entrance. The kitchen facade is painted timber. The proposed new facades on the first, second and third floor is red brick. The proposed windows are double glazed hardwood timber with copper window guards. The conservation of no. 3 Parnell which is the protected structure to allow for the renovation of the shop on the ground floor and a hotel apartment comprising of two bedrooms on the second floor and a kitchen and living room on the first floor with new three storey bathroom block to rear. The proposed work at no. 3 consists of the careful removal and retention of the blue Bangor slates to allow for the reinstatement of slates to the roof. Essential repair and repointing of the front facade. Essential repair to the rear facade comprising of the careful removal of courses of brick to beneath the window on the half landing to allow for reinstatement of same with the re-salvaged brick from no. 4 and no. 5. Essential repairs to floors. Opening up of floors to allow for the splicing and repair and new joists where necessary. Essential conservation works to interior walls. The conservation of cornices and reinstatement of cornices where missing. The reinstatement of plaster ceilings with 1hour fire rated ceilings. Allow for conservation of windows or new windows to matching detail where required. Allow for the removal of the windows on the half landing to allow for the construction of a bathroom block to the rear with flat roof below existing roof level with new buff yellow brick to define new structure. Careful removal of the temporary beams and ties that are installed to secure the safety of the building. New separate drainage to rear of no. 3, 4, 5 and 6. Total site area is 300sqm. The proposed area of no. 3 and existing basement of no. 4 and no. 5 is 1264sqm.

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