The Urban Development Commission of the Madrid City Council will definitely approve this Wednesday a plan submitted by El Corte Ingales SA to improve two buildings in the Salamanca district and convert them into a hotel with approximately 111 rooms, which The first will be the hotel. distribution group.
As sources in the area have reported to Europa Press, the plots on Carrer Day goya number 89 and alley calculation of penalty number 3,
The plan seeks to group these two plots into two existing buildings to be able to implement the use of housing jointly, in this way a better organization of the complex is achieved. “Furthermore, the impact on the sector from the implementation of this use is also assessed,” he indicates.
The total built-up area of the resulting plot would be 9,126.30 square metres, which would be the sum of the existing buildings. These are plots listed with protection level 3, partial degrees, bearing facades, portals and internal stairs, which are mandatory restoration elements.
At present, the buildings have commercial premises on the ground floor and first floors and without occupying the upper floors. There are only a few rental houses whose tenants have agreed to the property to voluntarily vacate the house.
Affected buildings will be used exclusively for tertiary housing use, maintaining commercial tertiary use on the ground floor and first floor.
The change will also improve accessibility, removal of barriers and fire safety conditions for the entire building.
special hosting plan
Farms under this special scheme are located within Ring 2 of the Special Housing Scheme (PEH), which was approved during the final mandate in March 2019.
Implementation of hotel use in these buildings complies with the above regulations, as PEH stipulates that in plots containing buildings whose existing use is residential, use level B or C (in this case it is C) and security level 3 Or the use of tertiary services in the hosting class without cataloging can be implemented.
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