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UDNY, Augustus Charles PASI
1858-1930
Also spelt Udney.
Architect and surveyor born in Merton, Surrey, living with his widowed annuitant mother from his childhood until her death in 1912; married Louise R Starky in 1922. Practice at 35 Duke Street (1884). Although otherwise prolific, there is an unexplained gap in his recorded activity between 1884 and 1891. He was at 1 Selbourne Road (1899-1911), where he was the surveyor for the Stanford Estate, for whom he laid out Wilbury Gardens (initially called Cromwell Gardens, 1892), Wilbury Road north of the railway bridge (ie, Wilbury Villas, 1894) and Shirley Road (1908). He was responsible for 780 houses and 27 shops in Brighton, 47 houses and 13 shops in Hove/Aldrington' the listing here is believed to be complete from planning records. His last known work was to design a factory in Hove Park Villas for the Standard Tablet Company, although the final design was by Clayton & Black. He died at the Royal Sussex County Hospital and left £5,334 2s 1d. WORK
3, 6 Westbourne Villas (1881)
30-36 Westbourne Villas (1884-1885)
57-57 (odd), 77, 143, 145, 156-182 (even) Springfield Road (1880-1882) • 1-9 Park View Terrace (1881)
9-13 (odd), 24-40 (even), 27-39 (odd), 41, 43 Stanford Avenue (1881-1882)
4-34 (even),36 (shop) 9-37 (odd), 39 (shop) Port Hall Place (1881-1882)
15-33 (odd) Port Hall Road (1881)
11-41 (odd) Port Hall Street (1881)
1, 2-20 (even), 3-7 (odd), 13-39 (odd), 42-62 (even), 71, 73 and 10 other villas in Beaconsfield Villas (1881-1882)
Port Hall Hotel, Stanford Road (1881)
2-10 Chester Terrace (1881)
1-17, 17 more houses, 13 shops/houses and a hotel, Newtown Road (1881-1882)
1, 2, 3-55, 44-54 (even), 84-86, 88 (Preston Park Hotel), 99-117 (odd), 164, 166 Havelock Road (1881-1882)
2-6 (even, shops), 5-15 (odd), 8-18 (even), 17, 19-27, 29-35 (odd) 74-78 (even, shops) Waldegrave Road (1882-1883)
80 Preston Road (1884)
33,34,35,36 Westbourne Villas (1884)
30,31 Westbourne Villas (1885)

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5-11 (odd), 21-37 (odd), 40-46 (even) and 4 more houses in Florence Road (1891-1892, 1894)
95, 97 Springfield Road (1891)
1, 3, 5, 6, 16-22 (even), 23-49 (odd), 32-38 (even), 52-58 (even) and 4 more houses in Rugby Road (1892-1894)
42-68 (even), 77-139 (odd), 64-122 (even), 111, 113, 137-143 Chester Terrace (1892, 1894, 1898)
2-18 (even), 51-77 (odd), 58, 74-96 (even) Stanford Avenue (1893, 1895)
1-25 Southdown Road (1893)
2-40, 5-33 (odd), 39-107 (odd) Edburton Avenue (1893, 1899-1901)
25, 27, 45-53 (odd) Grantham Road (1893, 1895)
1-12, 17-59 Cleveland Road (1894-1895, 1897)
83-93 (odd), 80-154 (even), 171, 173 Waldegrave Road (1894, 1896)
4-13 Lucerne Road (1894)
199-208, 215, 217, 219 Preston Road (shops/houses, 1894-1895)
3-18, 20-32 (even) Lauriston Road (1894, 1899)
68-74 (even), 75, 77, 92-122 (even), 128-138 (even) Beaconsfield Villas (1896, 1898-1903)
45 Preston Park Avenue (1897)
7 houses in Wilbury Avenue (1897-1898)
2, 7, 9, 11 Knoyle Road (1900-1901)
126-144 Havelock Road (1901)
90, 92, 101-111 (odd), 121 and 5 other houses in Stanford Avenue (1902-1903)
126, 128, 9 more houses and 4 shops in Preston Drove (1903, 1905)
5 houses in South Road, Preston (1904) • 2 Dyke Road Drive (1906)
6 terraced houses in Dyke Road (outside then Brighton/Hove boundary, 1907)
3 houses and 2 shops in Millers Road (1907)
35 Church Road (London & South West Bank, new front to ground floor, 1908)

PERSONAL
31 Denmark Villas [residence 1881]
142 Springfield Road [residence 1891-1912]

 

     
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