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Running parallel to the beach in Waitara, Battiscombe Terrace was named after British Navy Lieutenant Albert Henry William Battiscombe. Albert was born in Italy in 1831. His father Richard was
  Off Gover Street, near the intersection with Devon St East, there is a short lane that was first surveyed in 1897 as a right- of-way to shops and houses
Te Ārei Road in Sentry Hill was named after a pā built by Te Ātiawa. Meaning “the barrier” in Māori, Te Ārei pā was designed to protect the mighty Pukerangiora
  Vardon Way is located on The Links’ subdivision adjacent to the New Plymouth Golf Club. Like almost all of the streets in the development Vardon Way has a golfing
Dowding Place in Waitara commemorates Corporal Leonard Rex Dowding, the first Waitara soldier killed in action during the Second World War. Born at Waitara on 30th April 1918, Leonard Rex