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St. Patrick’s Church

  •   St. Patrick’s Church, Donegall Street, Belfast

Romanesque style church with substantial tower and spire forming West wall of the nave and entrance. Early French detailing. The flanking aisles have smaller entrances at West face. Has been re-pointed with (1970’s) cement based mortar, cleaned and treated but re-soiling very evident.

Stone Information

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  • Stonework Construction:
    Rough-coursed rubble
  • Stonework Condition:
    Stonework is in poor condition with significant bedding-plane erosion, face loss and hollowing of individual blocks, exacerbated by the use of hard cement mortar
  • Condition Assessment (QUB):
    Stage 4 – Serious deterioration affecting more than 50% of the total façade. A stage 4 classification indicates that widespread remedial treatment will be required to stabilise stonework.
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Architect Information

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  • Architect:
    Timothy Hevey, Mortimer Thompson
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  • HB/SMR Ref:
    HB26/50/077 A
  • 2nd survey by EHS: