In both cases, the owners of the buildings want to convert floors that have been used as offices into apartments for future occupiers.
The oldest one of these dates back to the mid-1700s.
Elsewhere, an abandoned bungalow could be replaced with homes and the busy Tesco at Cemetery Junction could be getting new signage.
You can view each application in detail by typing the reference number in brackets into the council’s planning portal.
Conversion of town centre offices into flats (230202 and 230203)
The owning company of 13-15 Station Road in Reading have applied to convert offices into seven apartments.
These apartments would stretch across part of the ground floor and basement, and floors one to four.
The plan is split into two, with reference 230202 relating to the change of use from existing offices into flats, and reference 230203 being focused on the internal and external modifications to the buildings.
A heritage statement has been submitted with the conversion plans as the buildings are Grade II listed.
They date back to 1903 and are noted on the Historic England website for having an “exuberant mixture of Baroque Art Nouveau and Flemish styles ”
Conversion of offices into flats (230310 and 230311)
The owner of 90 London Street has applied to convert upper floor offices into six self-contained flats.
The ground floor, currently occupied by victim support charity The Mustard Foundation will be retained as offices.
The owner’s planning agents have submitted a heritage statement with the applications as 90 London Street is Grade II listed.
The building, which previously served as a house, dates back to the mid-1700s.
Replacement of bungalow with homes (230102)
Here, the owner wants to replace the boarded up bungalow at 8 Ardler Road in Caversham with two new homes.
The bungalow can be seen in the gallery and the bottom left panel of the main image.
These would be two semi-detached homes contained in one new two-storey building.
Each would come with a kitchen, living and dining room and separate lounge on the ground floor, and two bedrooms upstairs, with one coming with an ensuite and the other being located next to a bathroom.
New signs for Cemetery Junction Tesco (230438)
The Tesco Express at the Crown Colonnade in London Road, East Reading could be getting new signage.
Tesco has applied to replace the current wood-panelled logo with a new white aluminium box.
It also wants to replace signs for the 24-hour cash machine and another projecting sign with Tesco branding.
You can see the Tesco in the gallery and the bottom right panel of the main image.