St George, new owner of the One Blackfriars skyscraper project, is planning changes to the approved scheme, including the elimination of the public sky deck at the top of the proposed tower.
Photographic portraits of Peckham residents taken in the aftermath of last summer's riots have gone on display in Bermondsey Square.
Pedestrians using their mobile phones in the streets around Tooley Street and Shad Thames have been advised to remain vigilant after a spate of "cycle-enabled thefts" in the area.
Thursday recap: Blackfriars sky deck axed; Peckham portraits at Bermondsey Square; smartphone thefts in Shad Thames http://t.co/maD9HQZE
RT @BrierleyJon: If anyone just saw a guy running after all his papers which had fallen out of his diary on London Bridge, that was me.!
Just published - Public viewing gallery axed from One Blackfriars skyscraper http://t.co/qoDTSE5L
Pizarro reviewed by Nick Curtis in today's Evening Standard http://t.co/2EGKEizV
@rodengland Try again now.
Just published - Peckham photographic portraits exhibited in Bermondsey Square http://t.co/I6LcomrB
Just published - Shad Thames and Tooley Street smartphone thefts: police warning http://t.co/yrXrC2zs
Work starts this month building a 20-storey office block on Blackfriars Road. Completion due early 2014. http://t.co/NHgF1nJp