Topic: Jones and Sandford Building, St Aubyn Street (1929)

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Jones and Sandford Building 2017

2017 View: By Hamish Crimp

The offices of one of New Plymouth's oldest surviving timber/construction firms. Jones and Sandford were heavily invloved in the construction of New Plymouth's most significant group of character homes - those constructed in the 1920s-30s.

A permit was granted to Jones and Sandford on 9 January 1929 for the construction of business premises on Section 25, Town Belt A, St Aubyn Street - Jones and Sandford were the builders, and the estimated construction cost was £500.

The building has significant streetscape value, and is in largely original condition. However, it has been shifted from its original position - it originally fronted St Aubyn Street.

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Jones and Sandford Building, St Aubyn Street (1929)

City:New Plymouth