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This is a list of settlement in Berkshire, Englandmarker. See the list of places in England for places in other counties. Many of the settlements listed here are stubs, and any red links represent settlements that currently do not have enough knowledge about them to be put into an article.

Local authorities

There are six unitary authorities in Berkshire, which were formed following the dissolution of Berkshire County Council on 31 March 1998.
Local authority Population OS Grid Reference Towns
Bracknell Forestmarker 109,617 Bracknellmarker, Crowthornemarker, Sandhurstmarker
Readingmarker 143,096 Readingmarker (county town), Earleymarker
Sloughmarker 119,067 Sloughmarker
West Berkshire 144,483 Newburymarker, Thatchammarker, Hungerfordmarker
Windsor and Maidenheadmarker 133,626 Windsormarker, Maidenheadmarker, Ascotmarker, Etonmarker
Wokinghammarker 150,229 Wokinghammarker, Woodleymarker, Earleymarker


Towns

There are no cities within the county of Berkshire, though there are a number of towns. Readingmarker has been the county town since 1867 (succeeding Abingdonmarker), and is larger (by population and area) than a number of official cities – and, as such, is a contender for the largest town in England.

Civil parishes

The following list of civil parishes is compiled from List of civil parishes in Berkshire. Parishes that are also towns are omitted, and Reading (as an authority) is unparished.

Bracknell Forest



Slough



West Berkshire



Windsor and Maidenhead



Wokingham



Other settlements

The following is a list of settlements that cannot be categorized as authorities, towns or parishes; as such the majority are suburbs, small villages, or hamlet.

Bracknell Forest



Reading



Slough



West Berkshire



Windsor and Maidenhead



Wokingham



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