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(From Derby Evening Telegraph)
POST boxes, bollards and street signs may be the lowly necessities we ignore as we go about our daily lives.
But they now take pride of place on a new Local List, alongside iconic buildings such as the city's Council House and the old Rolls-Royce factory in Nightingale Road.
The document includes around 250 buildings and structures which Derby City Council has determined are of some architectural or historic importance to the city.
Also included are houses, pubs and all manner of other structures.
The list is the result of four years of painstaking work trawling Derby's streets and consulting with residents and groups.
Work on it began in 2006 when the then Conservative councillor, …