Two new buildings have been added to the council’s list of locally important sites.

King Edward and Drews join eleven other buildings and structures on Reading Borough Council’s Local List.

Buildings that are not listed by Historic England (Grade I, Grade II* or Grade II) can be placed on a local list by the council.

Unlike nationally listed buildings, they do not have statutory protection, but the interest of the building must be considered during the planning process.

Other buildings on the list include an 1830s pub turned ice cream store and an arts and crafts-inspired church.

See the gallery to find out more about the thirteen buildings now on the list.