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  The Patea Mail reported on 26 July 1933 that a new 20 room hotel was to built in Waverley for a cost of £5,000. The contactors were Walpole and Patterson
The Waverley Heritage Inventory entry for the Clarendon Hotel states that it was built in 1878 and had 21 rooms. The Taranaki Herald reported briefly on 4 July 1894 that
  This building at 31 Devon Street East was built in 1911 to meet local demand for the "cinematograph", a new and exciting entertainment. The "Empire Picture Palace" opened on 23 December, 1911
As the first building constructed of camerated concrete in New Plymouth, and one of the oldest surviving camerated concrete buildings in New Zealand, the L. A. Nolan building occupies an
  This building on the flat in Devon Street East (south-side) was built in 1927 for the firm, J.Lobb & Co. A building permit was issued on 12 October, 1927