North Devon Councils move from the civic centre is on schedule, according to leader Brian Greenslade. We expect to be completely out of the building by the end of April, he said. The move will save tax payers around £300,000 a year thats the equivalent to 20-30 jobs. In terms of a similar exit, he said Devon County Council was slightly behind but most of the staff would soon move into the library. This will save in the region of £400,000, for the public purse its a very good news story, he said. Mr Greenslade said he didnt think the civic centre would be demolished: It will cost around £2m to do that, he said. The building is owned by the county council, while the land is owned by the district. The likelihood is that itll be marketed, he said. It could be turned into riverside apartments; its in a lovely location so well have to see how that progresses, he added. The civic centre is in need of tender loving care if we were to stay it would need around £4million spent on renovations.