conservation report of building and design consultancy, dundalk
We recently provided conservation consultancy to a local design team in Dundalk in relation to alterations, extension and change of use of two early 19th century buildings at 1-2 Seatown Place to cafe and residential use. The buildings are protected structures as well as being located in the Seatown Place ACA.
Our input related to design and 3d visualisation for a substantial extension as well as visual impact and heritage impact assessment reports to support the planning application. The development received a decision to grant planning permission from Louth County Council recently following an exhaustive design and planning process since 2015.
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