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Rabbis, priests, Muslim campaigners and government policy advisers gathered for the inaugural conference of Faith for the Climate at St John's Waterloo last week.
Westminster Bridge was closed during the early morning on Saturday for filming of the Transformers 5 movie.
When Herzog and de Meuron designed Tate Modern's new Switch House extension, they didn't consider that visitors would be unable to resist the temptation to walk along the narrow perimiter wall.
London South Bank University is looking for a developer for a major scheme at its Technopark building at the Elephant & Castle to provide new facilities and a "significant capital receipt".
The Coronet nightclub at Elephant & Castle has won a year's extension to its lease and will remain open throughout 2017.
A South Bank parking space has been put up for sale with an asking price of £125,000.
More than 200 students had to evacuate their halls of residence after a fire which is believed to have been caused by a hairdryer.
Striking security guards from Metropolitan Police sites have taken their protest to the offices of the private company that employs them.
Prince William visited The View from the Shard on Thursday to make a speech about the illegal trade in wildlife.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has appointed Dame Margaret Hodge to conduct a review of the controversial Garden Bridge project.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan dropped in at Borough Market on Wednesday night for the Urban Food Awards.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has backed a campaign for a blue plaque on Waterloo Bridge to honour the women said to have worked on the construction project during World War II.
Tate director Sir Nicholas Serota has advised residents of Neo Bankside to put up blinds or net curtains after Tate Modern faced complaints from the adjacent luxury development about gallery visitors gawping at their homes.
A feminist group staged a protest at Southwark's cabinet meeting on Tuesday to highlight claims that the council is failing victims of domestic violence.
The controversial new Waterloo Library received its official opening on Tuesday when Lambeth council leader Lib Peck visited the Oasis Centre.