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Thursday 3 March 2011

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News & features published on 3 March 2011
Thames riverbed searched for unexploded ordnance

Contractors working for Thames Water this week surveyed the Thames riverbed searching for unexploded ordnance and other debris.

Tate Modern extension 'on schedule' to welcome visitors in 2012

Tate director Sir Nicholas Serota is confident the Tate Modern extension will open in Olympic year and that the financial appeal will succeed.

Elephant & Castle 360 tower project to be revived

Plans for a 44-storey tower on the site of the London Park Hotel at Elephant & Castle are to be revived later this year, the London SE1 website has learned.

Tweets on 3 March 2011

Thursday recap: Elephant skyscraper plan revived, Tate Modern extension 'on time' & Thames searched for UXO

via HootSuite

Women's History Walk in Borough & North Southwark

via HootSuite

King's Reach Tower (old IPC HQ) to have extra floors added - plans are on public show in Milroy Walk 4pm-8pm

via HootSuite

Just published - Thames riverbed searched for unexploded ordnance

via Google

Just published - @Tate Modern extension 'on schedule' to welcome visitors in 2012

via Google

RT @PBBIMapInfo: Southwark Maps: Lost and Found…

via HootSuite

The Value of People at Work - Just rewards, Due recognition? - public forum tonight at Southwark Cathedral

via bitly

@poleydee I think @film_london's website has a map of filming locations and what was shot there

via Twitter for Mac in reply to poleydee

Just published - Elephant & Castle 360 tower project to be revived

via Google

Victorian ghosts in Tooley Street

via bitly

Le Pont de la Tour is recruiting a gardener for its kitchen garden

via bitly

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