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A new weekly food market is to launch in Waterloo from Saturday 1 March.
A boundary dispute is "squeezing the life out of the process" of drawing up neighbourhood plans in Bermondsey, one community group has warned.
Southwark Council's leader has promised that the authority will find cash to fund two new pedestrian crossings on Borough High Street within the next year.
Passengers at Blackfriars Station on Wednesday morning were offered a free cup of tea drawn from Britain's biggest tea cup to celebrate the launch of the world's largest solar bridge.
A property developer and a local charity are working on radical plans to demolish and rebuild an entire block on the eastern side of Blackfriars Road.
The Mayor of London has responded to calls for extra bus services from the Grange Road and Southwark Park Road area towards Borough and London Bridge.
Transport for London is considering options for a high-rise development above the Bakerloo line tube sidings near St George's Circus.
The Mayor of London is to provide match funding for the Government's £30 million contribution to the construction of a tree-lined pedestrian bridge between the South Bank and Victoria Embankment.
Opposition politicians in Southwark have criticised the choice of 'The Castle' as the name for the new leisure centre under construction at Elephant & Castle.
Pupils from two SE1 primary schools received trophies from former BBC weather presenter Helen Young at an awards ceremony held at City Hall last week.
The first sections of the new-look London Bridge Station are beginning to take shape.
Tate Modern has signed an 11-year deal with Hyundai for sponsorship of the art installation programme in the gallery's turbine hall.
Housing association Peabody is planning a major development on Newington Causeway and Borough Road including hundreds of new homes and a new headquarters building for the landlord.
A man who was talked out of jumping off Waterloo Bridge by a passing stranger has launched a search to find him six years after the incident
London Assembly member Stephen Knight this month worked alongside catering apprentices at the Brigade restaurant in Tooley Street to mark the launch of a new investigation into apprenticeships in London.