Survey Data

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Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Artistic

Original Use

Building misc

In Use As



1890 - 1910


316225, 234850

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Attached neoclassical double-height façade facing northwest onto Deverill Place, built 1900. Now incorporated into contemporary office development. Flat copper roof with continuous clerestorey strip over original blocking course. Roman cement walling throughout. Façade divided into three bays by four pairs of Doric pilasters supporting frieze with laurel motif over each capital. Central bay is double-width. Channelled rustication rising to mid-level at end bays with entrance opening (that to west side is modern and enlarged). Central bay has round-headed recess in rebated reveal with block-marked voussoirs, flanked by circular recess to either side. Rectangular panelled recesses above each opening. Round-headed recess to east bay with rebated reveal contains square-headed modern timber door, having plain tympanum. Modern glazed double-leaf door to west end. Building fronted onto narrow enclosure enclosed by cast-iron anthemion railings and gates over ashlar granite plinth. Granite paving with replacement painted steel gate on modern granite piers leading to main entrance.


A late nineteenth-century screen wall, to the rear of 33 Gardiner Street, creating a formal façade to Deverill Place. It was erected to tidy up the area for a visit by Queen Victoria.It is defined by strong classical detailing and motifs. It now acts as a complementary and original entrance facade to new build office facilities, built 2005-09, by Denis Byrne Architects.