Extension of duration for 16/800 for demolition of the former ESB premises, demolition of rear annex, circa 1868, and demolition of 20th century staircase additions to No. 104 Henry St., known as ‘The Bishop’s Palace’. Change of use of No. 104 Henry Street, known as ‘The Bishop’s Palace,’ from commercial use to residential use to provide 7 no. apartments, and all ancillary development works, including refurbishment and restoration of the building, change of use of the 2-storey over basement building on Henry Street known as ‘The Coach House’ from commercial use to café/restaurant use and all ancillary development works, including refurbishment and restoration of the building. Construction of a commercial building comprising 15-storeys over 2 basement levels fronting Lower Cecil Street and Bishop’s Quay, and comprising 4-storeys fronting Henry Street, to provide 14,325sq.m. approx. of office floor space overall and 2 no. café/restaurant units. Construction of a residential building comprising 7-storeys over 2-basement levels fronting Bishop’s Quay to provide 35 no. apartments. Replacement of an existing surface car-park to the front of No. 104 Henry Street with a new public plaza; and public footpath upgrade works along Bishop’s Quay, Lower Cecil Street and Henry Street. Vehicular access serving the development via a proposed entrance point on Lower Cecil Street. Car parking spaces at ground floor level (Level 0) and 2 basement levels (Level -1 & Level -2). Cycle parking spaces. Communal and private open space to include a roof garden and gym pavilion to the residential building, a landscaped courtyard at podium level (Level 1) linking the new residential block with No. 104 Henry Street, and balconies. Removal of existing sub-station and provision of new sub-station within the development fronting Lower Cecil Street. The development will also include surface water attenuation tanks, general plant, storage areas, shower facilities and refuse management zones at basement level; signage; diversion of underground services; set-down areas; and all related site development and excavation works above and below ground all on a site of 0.4ha approx.

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