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Clarence Place Hall

  •   10 May Street, Belfast

Italian Gothic style, 2 storey, 6 bay hall. Shouldered doorway at East end of May St. façade with Corinthian columns and pointed arch surround with carving, balconette above and window with carving. Right of doorway; double pointed arch window with oval window inset and Corinthian column, windows this style on first floor, other ground floor windows are 4-centred arches. Pale, red, and black brick, moulded brick decoration above windows, stone dressing and plinth. Originally Church of Ireland Young Men’s Society.

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    Un-coursed squared
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    Widespread examples of surface deterioration of sandstone blockwork with delamination and loss of architectural detail. Some façade sections remain relatively intact whilst adjoing blocks show significant evidence of surface loss.
  • Condition Assessment (QUB):
    Stage 3 – Significant intervention is required with up to 50% of the total façade surface showing evidence of deterioration. Appropriate intervention should prolong the life expectancy of the structure.
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  • Architect:
    Lanyon, Lynn & Lanyon
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