Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Builder, of Belfast, active in the 1840s. Peter Lundy was the builder of the Victoria Music Hall (1840), Royal Terrace (circa 1842) and the interior of St Malachy's Catholic church (1844). He failed in business shortly afterwards and emigrated to the United States.

Address: 11 Joy Street, Belfast, 1841.(1)



References

All information in this entry is from C.E.B. Brett's architects files.

(1) Martin's Belfast Directory for 1841-42, 166.


3 work entries listed in chronological order for LUNDY, PETER *


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Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MAY STREET, NO. 012 (VICTORIA MEMORIAL HALL)
Date: 1840
Nature: PL builder of new Victoria Music Hall for Anacreontic Society. (erected by members at cost of more than £3,000)
Refs: C.E.B. Brett architects files, citing Anacreontic Society minutes; Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory for 1852, 455

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ALFRED STREET, ST MALACHY'S CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1840-44
Nature: PL builder of interior, 1842-44.
Refs: C.E.B. Brett architects files, citing James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), II, ?

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, ROYAL TERRACE
Date: 1842ca
Nature: Built by PL using many bricks from old brewery, then demolished, behind terrace.
Refs: C.E.B. Brett MS. architect files, citing 'Belfastiensis scrapbook'