A planning application has been made for the development of 5 new apartments at the rear of – and on the two floors above – the popular Mint & Mustard restaurant at 33-34 Windsor Terrace, Penarth.
The Mint & Mustard restaurant itself, on the ground floor, will remain unchanged.
Four self-contained flats would be created on the upper floors of the building and the rear ground floor would be extended to “create a single annexe structure consisting of a one-bedroom apartment”.
Numbers 33 and 34 were originally built as two semi-detached houses but “became integrated” into a larger terrace.
In the 1920s or 1930s the ground floor residential rooms were converted into commercial premises and their front elevations extended. In the 1970s there were further internal adaptations
The former internal staircases to 34 Windsor Terrace will be removed – with a new atrium staircase being attached to the rear of the building.
The rear car parking space – which is currently used by neighbouring commercial premises – is to be designated parking solely for the use of the new flats.