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Castle Street Hotels have received the green light from Meath County Council to construct a €5.2m extension to Trim Castle Hotel in Meath.
The extension will bring an additional 43 bedrooms to the hotel in an adjacent 4 storey structure. The hotel will have a total of 111 rooms when completed.
Alterations to the first floor of the existing hotel will see the construction of a glass walkway bridge to link to the new extension.
Located in the ancient in the Royal County of Meath, the hotel overlooks the Anglo-Norman castle at Trim, location of the Mel Gibson movie ‘Braveheart’.
CGI Consultants, 3D Design Bureau liaised with Architects, McKenna and Associates to construct a series of verified view montages which were submitted as part of the planning application to Meath County Council.
Full project details:
Project name: €5m Extension to Trim Castle Hotel
Site location: Trim Castle Hotel, Castle Street, Trim, Co. Meath.
Planning stage: Planning granted
Planning documents: Meath City Council
Floor area: 2440.46 m2
Site area: 0.47 hectares
Developer: Castle Street Hotels Limited are the owners of Trim Castle Hotel. They were founded in 2006 by the O’Brien family.
Architect: McKenna and Associates was founded in 2006 by Michael McKenna, mckenna + associates, based in Trim, Co. Meath is a growing team of friendly, enthusiastic and open-minded Registered Architects and Chartered Building Surveyors.
CGI Consultants: 3D Design Bureau: are specialists in Architectural Visualisation, BIM and VR – Delivering Quality Design Planning and Marketing Solutions. For this project, 3D Design Bureau created a series verified view montages, all of which were used for marketing and planning purposes. They are based in Dublin, Ireland.