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Tuesday 21 March 2006

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News & features published on 21 March 2006
Falmouth Road Park reopened

A previously hidden and little-used green space on the corner of Falmouth Road and New Kent Road was reopened on Tuesday following a programme of improvements.

Mayor: lapdancing "certainly not appropriate" in Tooley Street

Ken Livingstone was challenged at his weekly City Hall press conference about his controversial opposition to the proposed lapdancing club on Tooley Street.

1 billion redevelopment at Waterloo station

A 1 billion redevelopment of Waterloo station could start within two years, according to a new strategy document published by Network Rail.

"New Brutalist" theatre annexe listed

The Royal National Theatre Studio (formerly the Old Vic Annexe) in The Cut has been Grade II listed, Culture Minister David Lammy has announced.

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