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Change of use into residential apartments.

St. Senan’s Hospital was designed by architects James Bell and James Barry Farrell in the 1860s on an elevated site south of Enniscorthy town. The 225m long building is 2-3 three storeys, made primarily of red brick with a silver-grey Kiltealy granite plinth and yellow brick dressings. The project proposes to convert this protected structure into 60 apartments, with a restaurant, leisure and communal facilities. The design intends that new alterations and additions will form part of the history of the building, so they should make their own positive contribution by being well-designed and constructed.  

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