The Bell pub opposite the Brookwood Triangle garden in Webber Street is to be demolished to make way for a development of eight new flats.
Residents of the Hopton's Almshouses in Bankside have won their campaign to have the trusteeship of their homes transferred to the Southwark-based United St Saviour's Charity rather than a landlord based in Ealing.
The promoters of the Southwark Free School - who hope to open a state-funded primary school in SE1 in less than a year's time - have held their first public meeting since winning approval from the Government.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson visited Jubilee Gardens on Tuesday afternoon for a ceremony to mark the start of work on the park's multi-million pound makeover.
Wednesday recap: free school latest; Boris @ Jubilee Gardens; Hopton's Almshouses http://t.co/WJoJUNJc
No coordination of roadworks in South Bank area. Upper Ground closed *and* Stamford Street reduced to single lane with lights
A triptych showing construction of The Shard over the past twelve months http://t.co/fWqPZwu3
Just published - The Bell pub in Webber Street to be demolished for flats and offices http://t.co/w5L6li7D
RT @se17: See Lend Lease's masterplan for Heygate Estate @ Elephant & Castle: exhibition starts now open 182 Walworth Road; till 6pm today
@robtelford Seems to be working so far as I can see
Find out about new buildings planned for Lower Marsh & Baylis Road tonight at Waterloo Community Development Group http://t.co/T5kUKhbc
Not much left of the old Charterhouse Rainbow Building http://t.co/2BrSnjYb
Just published - Hopton's Almshouses: residents win campaign for transfer to Southwark charity http://t.co/cezrKq8e
Just published - Southwark's new primary 'free school' reveals plans http://t.co/WTZmFZJz
MT @tweetthefashion: if you are at London Bridge at 1pm today look out for Thomson and Thompson from the Tintin Movie
At Southwark Council offices for public inquiry into plans for 150 bed student residence on Ewer Street.
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