Harrow Council is to add another 35 historic structures and buildings to their list of special or historically significant buildings in the borough.
This will be done alongside publication of a new guide to help owners manage these important buildings for the future.
Harrow currently has over 700 buildings on the local list consisting of schools, residential homes, pubs and churches. The new additions will expand this list to include a fire station, cinema and an Air Raid Wardens’ post.
Among the additions to the list are the Underground Air Ministry Citadel, otherwise known as Station Z in the grounds of the Kodak site, Pinner Fire Station, and The Case is Altered Pub in Harrow Weald.
Portfolio holder of Planning and Regeneration, Councillor Keith Ferry, said “The identification and recording of these buildings and the publication of our owners guide mark are ways in which we hope harrows historical heritage can be safeguarded and managed for future generations.”