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Heritage minister Tony Banks this week added two schools and one theatre to the list of buildings of special architectural or historic interest. Banks listed Grade II* the post-war Morgan's Junior School in Hertford (top), prefabricated in the ground-breaking Hertfordshire school system in 1949. Banks also listed the post-war Marylebone Lower House, North Westminster Community School (above), by Leonard Manasseh, Grade II* and Manasseh's associated sculpture group Grade II. The Old Vic, by Rudolph Cabanel of Aachen, was upgraded to Grade II* for its remarkable interior. Banks also sought views on listing All Saints Church in Croydon, by Curtis Green, Son and Lloyd, proposed Grade II.

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