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Canon Stephen Maslen, curate-in-charge of St Mary at Lambeth when the ancient church closed in 1972, has died at the age of 78.
Heritage watchdog Historic England has objected to plans for a 40-storey tower at Elephant & Castle because it will spoil views of the Westminster world heritage site from the Serpentine Bridge in Hyde Park.
Tower Bridge Primary School has been rated 'good' by Ofsted, two years after a critical report by inspectors from the education watchdog.
A proposed 20-storey office block has been described as a 'foothill' to the proposed cluster of skyscrapers at the northern end of Blackfriars Road.
The Care Quality Commission has placed the Grange Road Practice into special measures after inspectors found 'significant areas of concern'.
The Mayor of Lambeth was the guest of honour at the official re-opening of the refurbished Sainsbury's Local store in Waterloo Road on Monday.
A woman was rushed to hospital on Monday afternoon after she was hit by a tipper truck in Blackfriars Road.
Four GP practices operating from eight locations in SE1, SE17, SE5 and SE15 are planning to merge to form a single NHS medical practice this summer.
Charles Browne, a volunteer at Blackfriars Settlement, has published a book of his poetry.
Southbank Centre is working on plans to turn 31,000 sq ft of unused space under the southern end of Waterloo Bridge into a new complex of artists' studios, galleries and cafes.
Plans for a hotel in Lower Marsh to be built out of 26 shipping containers have been revived.
A man who committed 13 knifepoint robberies in a little over a month at shops across south London has been jailed.
As Lambeth Council prepares to shut Waterloo Library in its current form, the authority has revealed plans for a 'meanwhile use' of the Lower Marsh building pending redevelopment.
The rise in the number of commuters into London completing their journey to work by bicycle means that Waterloo Station will need space for 8,000 bikes to be parked in ten years' time, Transport for London has claimed.
A church just off the Old Kent Road is the venue for a new series of Anglican church services for Latin Americans in Southwark.