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This building at 79-87 Devon Street East is described in the 1995 N.P.D.C.Heritage Study as "an interesting piece of classical design, significant principally for its appropiate scale and streetscape value."
  A permit for this two-storeyed reinforced concrete building was issued on 31 March, 1921. The permit was for the construction of auction rooms for Webster Bros. on sub sections 3 & 5 in Devon
  The 1995 NPDC Heritage Study describes this building on the corner of Currie and Gill Streets as, "a strong no-nonsense piece of architecture, typical of public building of the 1950s,
  The first part of this building was built in 1915 for the local Municipal Electrical Department. A building permit was issued on the 2nd of March 1915 for "substation
  According to the 1995 NPDC Heritage Study this two-storey masonry building was probably built in the early 1900s (1910?). The architect and builder are unknown. A photograph of the building taken