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News & features published on 13 November 2011
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Duke Street Hill & Tooley Street closed eastbound till Christmas

Drivers and bus passengers around London Bridge can expect weeks of disruption as Southern Gas Networks begins a gas main renewal which will continue until mid-February including a partial road closure until the Christmas holidays.

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Relocate Waterloo Library and sell Lower Marsh site, says commission

Waterloo Library could be relocated and its Lower Marsh site sold to property developers if Lambeth Council accepts the recommendations of a commission considering the future of the borough's libraries.

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Boris is wrong about Elephant & Castle, says TfL board member Steve Norris

The Elephant & Castle is "clearly not safe enough" for cyclists, according to Transport for London board member Steve Norris.

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Massive Moonraker Point student residence topped out

A giant new student residence at the junction of Great Suffolk Street and Pocock Street was 'topped out' on Thursday by representatives of Unite and construction firm Mansell.

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In pictures: Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday ceremonies

Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday have been observed at war memorials around SE1.

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City's new Lord Mayor visits Southwark on eve of Lord Mayor's Show

The new Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman David Wootton, crossed the river to Southwark on Friday to undertake his first engagement as ambassador for the Square Mile and the financial services industry.

Tweets on 13 November 2011

Just published - Duke Street Hill & part of Tooley Street closed eastbound till Christmas: buses RV1 343 47 diverted http://t.co/LEYrKzsH

via Google

Just published - Relocate Waterloo Library and sell Lower Marsh site, says Lambeth Libraries Commission http://t.co/iA9JpRDS

via Google

1963 film of the Shell Centre on the South Bank deserves a wider audience: http://t.co/2hJazRC7 via @lordbonkers & @langrabbie

via Twitter for Mac

South Bank becomes 4G high speed internet hotspot http://t.co/HGrbugZc via @guardian

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@dnolanne No, I don't think that has been forgotten. Campaigners are calling for main junctions to be improved as well as backstreet routes.

via Twitter for Mac in reply to dnolanne

Tesco Metro in Tooley Street opens 7am Monday; ribbon-cutting & champagne at 10am http://t.co/psueVfC5

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'The History of Elephant & Castle' - illustrated talk by Stephen Humphrey tomorrow night at @Tate Modern http://t.co/IU761AQT

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Just published - Boris is wrong about Elephant & Castle, says TfL board member Steve Norris #tourdudanger http://t.co/aR93Nit3

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Just published - Massive 671-bed Moonraker Point student residence topped out http://t.co/hxBFb2DL

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Just published - a round-up of Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday ceremonies in SE1 http://t.co/pxqBSswm

via Google

Just published - Video of Lord Mayor's Show fireworks - plus news of @hoslondon2012 at @glaziershall http://t.co/H3UdMtUA

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Fascinating Festival of Britain event coming up at @LdnMetArchives http://t.co/MrWjsoS0

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Soviet War Memorial Act of Remembrance is at 12.30 today http://t.co/xwqvPduE

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The London River Park: place for the people or a private playground? asks Rowan Moore http://t.co/5u5n7hr1

via Byline

Act of Remembrance in Borough High Street, 10.50am http://t.co/UuwKyGqp

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