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Four post-war buildings in London, Newcastle upon Tyne and Bristol have won Grade II listed status from the Minister of State for the Arts, Baroness Tessa Blackstone. In London, the Royal College of Art at Kensington Gore, designed by Jim Cadbury-Brown in the early 1960s, and Southwark's 1950s St Paul's Church by Woodroffe, Buchanan and Coulter have won listed status. Bristol's Church of All Saints, Pembroke Road, has also been listed. Built between 1963 and '67 by Potter and Hare, the church includes the earlier vestry and vestibule. Clifford Wyld's 1951 Graham Park Road flats in Newcastle upon Tyne were also listed.

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