|Devon County Hall|
|Location||Exeter, Devon, England|
|Architectural style(s)||Neo-classical style|
|Designated||24 April 1998|
Originally, the administration of Devon County Council was conducted from Rougemont Castle and meetings of the Council were held in a courtroom there. A new site was selected in the grounds of Bellair House, a mansion rebuilt around 1700 by the merchant John Vowler, and the adjoining early Victorian house, Coaver. The houses were incorporated in the council's campus; Coaver houses the main social club. The main building was designed by Donald McMorran in the neo-classical style and built between 1958 and 1964. An additional block was completed in 1984.
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