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Six-storey apartment building proposed for former Swansea e-Golf shop

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A six-storey residential apartment building could be coming to a former e-Golf shop on High Street in Swansea City Centre.

The proposals by South Wales-based Karim Developments at 22-23 High Street also include an extension of the building to front onto Orchard Street to the rear of the plot.

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Sixteen one and two bedroom apartments for the site are proposed in total.

The Orchard Street frontage, which is currently an unbuilt portion of the site, would include a commercial premises on the ground floor with residential apartments above.

On High Street, the existing commercial premises that formerly housed the e-Golf shop would be refurbished, with residential apartments above including an additional upwards extension.

A roof garden is proposed on the first floor of the middle portion of the building, between the two frontage towers. A planted green roof and façade is also proposed for the High Street frontage.

The former eGolf shop at 22-23 High Street (Image: Google maps)
Artist’s impression of the Orchard Street frontage (Image: Asbri Planning / Karim Developments)
The proposed roof garden looking towards the rear of the High Street block (Image: Asbri Planning / Karim Developments)
The proposed roof garden looking towards the rear of the Orchard Street block (Image: Asbri Planning / Karim Developments)

The proposal is currently open for a pre-application consultation with planning agents Asbri Planning. A full planning application to Swansea Council will follow after the consultation has been completed.

(Lead image: Asbri Planning / Karim Developments)

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