(1) conservation, restoration and new works to Bannatyne Mill, a Protected Structure; and (2) change of use of Bannatyne Mill from a grain store to commercial office use. The proposed works include: (a) provision of 3 no. projecting glass windows on the northern, southern and eastern elevations; (b) internal modifications including limited removal of fixtures and fittings; (c) provision of associated signage; (d) demolition and removal of the redundant electrical room at the west end of the building; (e) demolition of the existing ESB substation at the east end of the building and replacement with a new ESB substation removed from the building; (f) provision of external plant; (g) widening of the existing eastern access; (h) removal of section of boundary wall to Dock Road; (I) provision of on-site car and bicycle parking; and (j) all associated site development works. Bannatyne Mill is a Protected Structure RPS Ref. 255 and is listed on the NIAH (National Inventory of Architectural Heritage) Schedule Ref. No. 21516002.

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