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  This building was erected for the firm H.H.Simpson Ltd. A permit  was issued on 24 July 1950 to Mr Hector Henry Simpson for a 'foundry workshop' in King Street - Lot 11
  This building was constructed in 1964 for Taranaki Brewery Ltd. (later bought out by Dominion Breweries) as the Hotel Tasman.  The architect was Edward Borrell and the structural engineers, Brodie and Thomson. The contactors were the
  Prior to the development of Pukekura Park, New Plymouth's 'green belt' included crown-owned reserve land in lower Vogeltown known as Victoria Park. The area was leased to local farmers
Barrett's Domain, Roto Street, Westown.
This Catholic church was located on Brooklands Road, adjacent to St. Pius School. The property on which the church and the school stand was bought by the Wellington Diocese in