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Controversial plans for a new Tesco Express convenience store at the corner of Queen Elizabeth Street and Curlew Street have been approved by councillors.
Sainsbury's has opened ten mini supermarkets in SE1 in the past 12 years.
Plans for a 'landmark development' above and around Southwark Tube Station on the corner of The Cut and Blackfriars Road have been announced.
Transport for London has confirmed that bus route 415 will be extended from Elephant & Castle to Tesco in Old Kent Road starting on Saturday 7 March.
Business secretary Vince Cable toured a building site at Elephant & Castle on Thursday to promote British manufacturing - but the scheme he visited features bathrooms assembled in Dubai.
Work on the redevelopment of the Shell Centre could start later this year after local resident George Turner lost his High Court challenge to the decision to approve the scheme.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt told the House of Commons on Thursday that an investigation is under way into possible visits to Guy's Hospital by serial abuser Jimmy Savile.
The Duchess of Cornwall has opened the new offices of the First News children's newspaper.
Families out for a half-term stroll by the river at Bankside got a surprise on Friday and Saturday when an exceptionally high tide sent water lapping onto the Thames Path.
Proposals to extend the Bakerloo line beyond Elephant & Castle received a boost on Friday when chancellor George Osborne asked TfL to supply detailed costings for the project.
Plans have been revealed for a £300 million retail development of the Vinopolis complex by its new owners Meyer Bergman and Sherwood Street.
Members of the City of London Corporation say they will fight Berkeley Homes and Southwark Council over a controversial move to prevent tenants of a new council block sharing the same garden as owners of the adjacent £15 million penthouses.
A limited edition of 100 £2 coins to commemorate role that the Royal Navy played during the First World War have been put into circulation via the souvenir shop at HMS Belfast.
Plans to turn part of the Hop Exchange in Southwark Street into a 'high end' restaurant have been approved by councillors.
The owner of a Banksy artwork in Bermondsey says he wants to hear the views of local people before deciding whether to preserve the mural when the site is redeveloped.