Londoners will be able to watch the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games on big screens in Potters Fields Park next to City Hall, Mayor of London Boris Johnson confirmed last week.
Cllr Lorna Campbell rolled up her sleeves and leant an extra pair of helping hands to a Veolia waste and recycling crew as they went about their round in Kennington, Waterloo and the South Bank last week.
Southwark Council's planning committee has deferred a decision on proposals for a 20-storey office block at the northern end of Blackfriars Road amid concerns about the level of section 106 payments proposed by the developer.
Waterloo Quarter Business Improvement District (BID) is to continue for another five years in an extended area after receiving strong support from the local business community.
Wed recap: watch the Olympics in SE1, Lambeth councillor joins SE1 dustcart crew & Blackfriars Road skyscraper news http://se1.info/ib8mwu
Just published - Potters Fields Park confirmed as London 2012 big screen site ... but you'll need a ticket http://goo.gl/fb/BSgTd
Before and after: new signs show Lambeth Council's change of heart on South Bank cycling policy http://se1.info/hLAJlf
Is this the most inappropriately named street in SE1? http://se1.info/fsWmXq
Latest plans for extension & redevelopment of King's Reach Tower are on public show in Milroy Walk till 5pm http://se1.info/gUMYX4
Just published - Lambeth councillor joins dustcart crew on South Bank round http://goo.gl/fb/Yx91t
"If you want to do business in Southwark then we welcome you with open arms, but you must pay the appropriate tariff" http://se1.info/fXEnnB
Just published - Councillors seek extra cash from developer of 20-storey Blackfriars Road tower http://goo.gl/fb/6bZLE
MPs condemn Southeastern rail company's handling of the snow disruption at Westminster Hall debate http://se1.info/hO4Akb
Simon Hughes "is to Lib Demmery what Ayatollah Khomeini was to Tehran in the 1970s" says Quentin Letts http://se1.info/fBK3fw
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