A Southwark councillor who is campaigning to retain squash courts in the redevelopment of Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre says he is confident that a solution can be found.
A district judge at Tower Bridge Magistrates Court ruled last week that Da Vinci's club in Waterloo can continue to serve alcohol 23 hours a day.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has asked Thames Water to give further consideration to using the foreshore in front of the Design Museum as a work site for its new 'super sewer' instead of Alfred Salter Playground in Druid Street.
Tue recap: Boris suggests Butler's Wharf for super sewer; Waterloo club wins licence appeal; E&C squash courts latest http://se1.info/gYp1Ba
Interested in local history? New local history group launches next month in Old Kent Road http://se1.info/hAMfZP
@SouthwarkLS Foxtons, Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward and Starbucks all coming soon too.
The secret is well and truly out - this week's @timeoutlondon has a big feature on Maltby Street
RT @autoalert: Old Kent Road partially blocked & queueing traffic in both directions due 2 an accident involving a motorbike
Just published - Squash courts at Elephant & Castle could be reprieved http://goo.gl/fb/LM6Zq
Hilton Tooley Street Royal Wedding Package Â£999 for 3-night stay for 2. Champagne, scones, clotted cream, jam etc http://se1.info/h52TFP
Just published - Da Vinci's 23-hour licence confirmed after court hearing http://goo.gl/fb/TrnWu
Flying Fish Sushi opened this week just off Blackfriars Road http://se1.info/gWtq72
Just published - Boris tells Thames Water to consider Butler's Wharf foreshore for 'super sewer' works http://goo.gl/fb/6Ht7E
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