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A proposal for a seven-storey tower on the site of the Llewellyn Alexander art gallery in The Cut has been turned down by Lambeth Council planning officers.
Southwark's planning committee has unanimously approved a proposal to build 38 new homes on the site of the former Esso service station in Old Kent Road.
Residents of a social housing block just off Blackfriars Road have taken their campaign to secure the long-term future of their homes to City Hall.
For the third year Southwark Cathedral is marking the season of Lent by exhibiting thought-provoking large-scale works of art.
A London lifeboat crew was called to a 'ghost ship' drifting on the River Thames on Tuesday afternoon.
Work will start in September to create a new 'Quietway' cycle route linking Greenwich to Waterloo.
Tate Modern suffered an 8 per cent drop in the number of visitors during 2013, according to figures released this week.
Residents of an Elephant & Castle tower block who have lived behind scaffolding and netting for two years last month held a protest to highlight their frustration.
Sainsbury's has applied to Southwark Council for planning permission to turn the ground floor of a hotel into a convenience food store.
Transport for London has published new images showing how the road junctions at Elephant & Castle and Waterloo could be transformed by the removal of the current gyratory systems.
Transport for London has admitted that the evening peak service on bus route C10 is not reliable enough.
Work began this week on a £20 million project to rebuild the accident & emergency department at St Thomas' Hospital.
An armed robber who was apprehended by passers-by including a police officer, a trainee ambulance driver, two roofers, two security officers, a bank manager and an ice cream man has been sentenced to nine-and-a-half years imprisonment.
A drug dealer from the Tabard Gardens Estate who was found with almost £150,000 of class A drugs in his car has been jailed for five years.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and communities secretary Eric Pickles visited the Rockingham Community Centre on Thursday to mark an expansion of the Near Neighbours programme.