It is proposed to construct a cultural centre on high street, trim. The development will be an extension to an existing library and will incorporate an existing chapel which is adjacent to the library. The development will consist of an auditorium at first floor and ancillary areas for the existing library.
The description of the development in accordance with the Notices of Proposed Development for Trim Library & Cultural Centre, High Street, Trim, Co. Meath, and in accordance with Part XI of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended) and Part VIII of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 (as amended) is as follows: In accordance with the above regulations Meath County Council proposes to carry out the following development on a site of 1,788 m2 at High Street, Trim and extending westwards to frontage on St. Loman’s Street, including the existing Trim Library of 473.8 m2 and the former St. Patrick’s Chapel of 115.6 m2 (a Protected Structure).
The development will consist of the construction of the Trim Library & Cultural Centre in a total of 1,162.4 m2 which will be part single, part two and part three storey in height, including: the demolition of a lean-to structure to the rear, and a boiler house to the side, of St. Patrick’s Chapel and the conservation, alteration and refurbishment of the former chapel for use as part of the Centre; the demolition of temporary office accommodation to the rear of the current library and a section of the library itself (164.9 m2) to allow for the construction of the Centre; the provision of additional facilities for the library including new reception, study & multipurpose rooms and support services, the library additions being, in total 187.9 m2; the construction of a multipurpose performance space with seating capacity up to 247 no., including stage, scene dock and support spaces, in a total of 409.1m2; shared foyer and entrance space to the Centre including shared facilities, meeting/changing rooms and rehearsal spaces, toilets, circulation spaces, plant rooms etc in a total of 565.4 m2. The development will also include associated site development works, drainage and hard landscaping works including pedestrian access from High Street and vehicular & service access from St. Loman’s Street.
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