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Campaigners have occupied two former council houses in Park Street on the day that Southwark Council sold the historic building at auction for almost £3 million.
Uprooted trees and damage to construction sites across SE1 caused disruption to many journeys on Monday morning as residents and businesses assessed the storm damage.
A pedestrian was taken to hospital on Friday afternoon after they were hit by a bus in London Road near Elephant & Castle.
Sports minister Helen Grant visited the newly refurbished 3G football pitches in Hatfields on Wednesday to launch a new fund for grassroots football facilities.
It could cost £5 million to bring all five disused platforms at the Waterloo International Terminal into use by domestic rail services, the Government has revealed.
Southwark Council hopes to raise at least £2.3 million when it sells two prominent houses at the corner of Park Street and Redcross Way.
Architect Ian Simpson and council leader Peter John were among the guests at a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of construction of the landmark One Blackfriars tower.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visited the National Theatre on the South Bank on Tuesday to mark the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the company.
The company that owns the London Eye, the London Dungeon and the Sea Life London Aquarium has announced plans to float on the London Stock Exchange.
Business secretary Vince Cable visited a Bermondsey building site on Friday to help launch a report on affordable housing by London Assembly Liberal Democrats.
Deputy Mayor of London Kit Malthouse has unveiled an innovative 'aquaponics ecosystem' powered by a zero-emission hydrogen car.
The owners of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre are expected to reveal new plans for the development of the site by Christmas - but it could be another four years until work starts.
Sites in Colombo Street, Deverell Street, Weston Street and Welsford Street are among those chosen by Southwark Council for the development of new homes.
Southwark's regeneration boss has admitted that plans to sell council homes in The Cut to a private developer should not have been scheduled for approval at a forthcoming cabinet meeting.
Lambeth councillors have approved plans to remove on-site affordable housing from a riverside development on Albert Embankment.