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  The 1995 N.P.D.C. Heritage Study states that the premises of the plumbing merchants, E.C.Hayton, made up of two 1920s reinforced concrete buildings, were originally built for seperate firms. "The first was the
                                                                                        New Plymouth Buildings The architectural make-up of New Plymouth since European settlement stretches from the early cottages of the1840s to the shiny steel-plated exterior of the planned Len Lye Centre. In between
    A two-storeyed reinforced concrete building, a typical commercial building of the 1920s. While the upper-level facade has remained unaltered, shops on the ground floor have been subject to a number
  This large two-storey villa is located on the corner of Victoria Road and Gilbert Street. The corner section was originally part of town section 1064 and on DP 561 (dated December 1892) it
   These two cottages, thought to date from the late 19th century, were built for Mr Robert Baker, a retired farmer from Mangorei Road. PT of old town section number 217. The rear