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News & features published on 19 July 2011
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Southwark still pursuing Elephant civic square plan says regeneration boss

Southwark's interim director of regeneration, Steve Platts, has told a town hall committee that the council is still pursuing plans for a civic square on the site of the Elephant & Castle northern roundabout despite resistance from Transport for London.

Tweets on 19 July 2011

RT @cropage: Suffolk and Southwark, non-identical twins. I blogged about another of SCC's strange spending choices http://t.co/gGYeUZD

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Cllr @coyleneil jokes that Swk planning cttee might get Murdoch-style custard pie if current run of affordable housing decisions continues

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RT @london_cycling: Cyclists await London Assembly vote #20mph for #Blackfriars http://bit.ly/mZcEFg

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Big argument about lack of affordable housing at King's Reach likely at town hall tonight. Bankside Residents Forum & WCDG opposing

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Cabinet has voted to remove @Riverside_Nick from Potters Fields Park Management Trust board and appoint @peterjohn6 instead.

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Cllr Livingstone had drafted letter to Sir Paul Stephenson re cuts to safer neighbourhoods teams but has had to tear up and start again

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no affordable housing on-site at King's Reach; developers to pay councilĀ£22 million instead

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King's Reach Tower: planning committee will tonight consider plans for conversion to luxury flats http://se1.info/nYCMQT

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Cllr David Noakes warns that half of borough's day centres for elderly will close within 6 months if cabinet removes funding today

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Southwark Cabinet about to agree deletion ofdirector of regeneration & neighbourhoods' job. Dep chief exec will take on responsibilities

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Cllr @peterjohn6 agrees that cabinet will look at cycle route/lane policy again in 3 months

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Cllr Hargrove: better to mix all traffic together and have understanding between road users

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Hargrove: segregated cycle lanes not necessarily safer. New policy is pragmatic not ideological.

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Officer says Southwark council has ambition to make all borough roads safe for cyclists

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Cabinet member Barrie Hargrove argues against segregated lanes for cyclists

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Donnachadh McCarthy is leading a delegation to Southwark cabinet re council's policy shift away from segregated cycle lanes

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RT @NCVO: organisation in SE1 who're closing down & want the office resources to go to good homes http://ncvo.org/ruTBx7

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@Chaos_Theory_ it's in our listings in print and online and also featured in our weekly email on Monday

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Southwark Cabinet also expected to agree cuts to day centres for elderly including Stones End in SE1

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Off to Southwark town hall for cabinet meeting. Agenda includes ding-dong about control of Potters Fields Park

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Just published - Southwark still pursuing Elephant & Castle civic square plan says regeneration boss http://goo.gl/fb/kfn5h

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[Business forum] Venues wanted for photography workshops http://se1.info/n5Y3HZ cc @BetterBankside

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[Job vacancy] Volunteer Befriender Organiser, Southwark Irish Pensioners Project http://se1.info/rk1TOa

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RT @RoseTheatreSE1: Due to huge demand Othello extends for a week! Buy Tix on line NOW! http://t.co/Ozpc7f5 info at www.rosetheatre.org.uk

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