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Proposed nominations for the Local List of Heritage Assets (March 2024)

Have your say on the assets being proposed for the local list.

Consultation status Closed
Start date: 2024-03-28
End date: 2024-05-12
Results 2024-08-09
Category: Your West Berkshire, Leisure, Parks and Countryside, Planning and Building

Activity closed.


The local list is a list of heritage assets within the district considered by the public (and West Berkshire Council) as having special local architectural, archaeological or historic interest. Locally-listed heritage assets are not on Historic England's National Heritage List for England

A heritage asset is described in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) as: 'A building, monument, site, place, area or landscape identified as having a degree of significance meriting consideration in planning decision, because of its heritage interest. Heritage assets include designated heritage assets and assets identified by the local planning authority (including Local Listing).'

What we're considering

Icon for pdf We're considering the following nominations for inclusion on the Local List [71KB] , as having special local architectural, archaeological or historic interest.

To help you decide we've prepared Icon for pdf detailed descriptions of each asset [71KB] and you can view the maps below:

  1. 6 Northbrook Street, Newbury, RG14 1DJ
  2. Crabtree Community Centre, Faircross, Hermitage, Thatcham, RG18 9TL
  3. The Village Pump, Compton Road, East Ilsley, Newbury
  4. White Lodge, Donnington Grove, Donnington, Newbury, RG14 2LA
  5. Post Box, Welford, Newbury
  6. Water Pump, School Lane, Burghfield Common, Reading
  7. Well House, The Wells Recreation Ground, Bunces Lane, Burghfield Common, Reading
  8. Marlston Stile, Brockhurst School, Marlston, Hermitage, Thatcham

How to take part

If you'd like to comment on the proposed assets, please complete our survey by midnight on Sunday, 12 May 2024. It should take about five minutes.

If you have any questions, please email Natasha Sturrock, our Senior Conservation and Design Officer.


To read more about the local list of heritage assets, please visit our webpage.

What happens next

Your feedback will be taken into consideration, and a final decision made under delegated powers by the Service Director for Development and Regulation. Following this, the updated list will be adopted in summer 2024.

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