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Delancey has revealed early details of its proposed residential-led development of the 185 Park Street site, just yards from Tate Modern at Bankside.
Detectives from the Met's Trident gang crime command are investigating a drive-by shooting close to Waterloo Bridge on Friday night.
Transport for London is considering how development above the Northern line ticket hall at Elephant & Castle could help meet the cost of new escalators.
A residents' group campaigning against the development of tall buildings in the southern half of Blackfriars Road says it could mount a legal challenge to Southwark Council's new planning guidance document.
Keyworth Street was closed to traffic and pedestrians on Tuesday and Wednesday after a metal baton fell from the top of a nine-storey university building.
Two Southwark councillors have joined a new political party founded by a Bermondsey resident.
Southwark Police have appealed for witnesses to come forward after a man was injured in an "unprovoked attack" outside Tate Modern at Bankside.
A Borough High Street pub will have its licence suspended for three weeks after police raised concerns about poor management and high levels of crime.
The blank brick 1970s facade of the Greenwood Theatre will be brightened up this summer thanks to a collaboration between fashion designer Zandra Rhodes and TV presenter Joe Swift.
Exactly a decade after Southwark Council approved its masterplan for the Elephant & Castle regeneration, Lend Lease has revealed that the redeveloped Heygate Estate will be known as Elephant Park.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has agreed to spend City Hall cash on a feasibility study for the creation of a new open-air swimming pool in the River Thames.
Hundreds of supporters of greyhound racing assembled with their dogs outside City Hall on Monday to demonstrate their backing for the future of the Wimbledon track.
The Prince of Wales has been served with an enforcement notice by Lambeth Council in a dispute over the occupation of a disused office block by live-in guardians.
A plan to convert the former SSAFA building on the corner of Queen Elizabeth Street and Lafone Street has been agreed by Southwark Council.
Part of Southwark Street was sealed off by police overnight on Friday night after an office building occupied by RBS was damaged in high winds.