Bermondsey Community Council has resolved unanimously to grant planning permission for Linden Homes development of 38 new homes at the corner of Grange Road and Fendall Street.
A developer must spend half a million pounds making changes to a Leathermarket Street building after it was constructed in breach of planning consent.
A decision on plans to turn the historic World Turned Upside Down pub in Old Kent Road into a Domino's Pizza outlet has been put on hold to enable councillors to make a site visit.
Shell has signed a £300 million agreement with Canary Wharf Group and Qatari Diar for the redevelopment of the oil company's South Bank headquarters.
A print called 'The Borough' by leading typographer Alan Kitching has been hung in the Royal Oak in Tabard Street.
This dark comedy proved so popular on its first run, it has returned to the Young Vic for a second dose of shock-a-minute drama.
Thursday recap: 3 Bermondsey planning decisions (and 1 indecision) plus Shell Centre development news & more http://se1.info/oj1vcf
@rupertg No. It's strange, given that Hilton issued a press release about the scheme only a fortnight or so ago
Just published - 38 new homes to be built on Grange Road http://goo.gl/fb/8439e
Just published - Leathermarket Street: councillors condemn "disgraceful" breach of planning consent http://goo.gl/fb/DlgPQ
Just published - The World Turned Upside Down: councillors defer Domino's Pizza decision http://goo.gl/fb/RF20T
Just published - South Bank's Shell Centre to be redeveloped by Canary Wharf Group and Qatari http://goo.gl/fb/AHstk
Elephant & Castle Station is competing in the "Underground in Bloom" competition http://se1.info/npM6HW
Just published - Alan Kitching's Borough High Street print launched at Royal Oak http://goo.gl/fb/9NIq2
Southwark Council "giving in a bit too easily to developers" re affordable housing says National Housing Federation http://se1.info/qBlMH8
Find out what's happening in SE1 this August http://se1.info/inSE1