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Tuesday 13 December 2011

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News & features published on 13 December 2011
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Local teens invited to seek election to Southwark Youth Council

Last week 65 young people from across Southwark came to the Globe Academy in Harper Road for the launch of the borough's new youth council.

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Man jailed for London Bridge and Waterloo railway graffiti

A man who sprayed graffiti on trains and railway structures - including many incidents around London Bridge and Waterloo - has been sentenced to 21 months in prison.

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Southbank Centre's winter garden grotto on Queen Elizabeth Hall roof

The rooftop garden at the Queen Elizabeth Hall - one of the success stories of this summer's Festival of Britain 60th anniversary celebrations - has reopened with a winter twist.

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Borough Market hosts community Christmas lunch for older locals

More than 100 older Southwark residents sat down to lunch in the Jubilee Market at Borough Market on Sunday at the market's annual Christmas event for the local community.

Tweets on 13 December 2011

Tuesday recap: Southwark Youth Council; 21 months in jail for rail graffiti; South Bank grotto; Borough Market Xmas http://t.co/QBEdbqmb

via HootSuite

RT @katoi: Pigeons having a bath in a puddle in Bermondsey this morning. #quietnewsdaytweets http://t.co/y22toCbs

via HootSuite

Planning committee getting more help from public gallery drafting their reasons for refusal than from officers on top table

via Twitter for iPhone

Kate Hoey querying head of planning's approach and why he is not helping committee to formulate reasons for refusal

via Twitter for iPhone

Lambeth head of planning pushing hard for committee to approve Albert Embankment scheme.

via Twitter for iPhone

Brian Coleman will be most upset. Lambeth planning committee poised to reject Albert Embankment scheme. £££ for LFEPA at stake.

via HootSuite

Cllr Ling - acting chair - moves that officer reccommendations be approved re Albert Embankment. No one will second her.

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Cllr Brathwaite gets applause when she says daylight and sunlight to your home are important for mental and physical wellbeing.

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Light expert for developers say Whitgift House residents won't notice any difference in hours they will need to have electric lights on

via Twitter for iPhone

@appleblossombea she is supporting the scheme. Fire station will stay. Luxury flats above and behind

via HootSuite in reply to appleblossombea

Dexter says Lambeth fire station is of strategic importance because of proximity to Parliament and other potential terrorist targets

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In three years crews from Lambeth fire station on Albert Embankment have mobilised 7,500 times

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Now Rita Dexter, deputy commissioner of @londonfire, is addressing the committee

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Now @cllrcampbell says she and @se11 and @srm1977 all oppose Florian Place scheme

via Twitter for iPhone

Objector George Turner says bulk of section 106 cash at Florian Place will go to Northern Line extension - no benefit to immediate locality

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Michael Ball of WCDG says @londonfire will get £43m from developers Native Land if they get permission for 265 homes @ Albert Embankment

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Only 8 per cent of dwellings in new Albert Embankment development are 'affordable'.

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Objectors to Florian Place development have unfurled a large banner at planning applications committee @lambethtownhall

via Twitter for iPhone

@appleblossombea the old fire brigade HQ and the site to the rear of it

via HootSuite in reply to appleblossombea

Kate Hoey MP is here with the objectors to the Albert Embankment development

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If planning permission is granted @londonfire will get substantial capital sum from sale of the site

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At @lambethtownhall where redevelopment of old @londonfire HQat Albert Embankment is on agenda

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No building summed up 2011 quite like the Shard, says @jonathanglancey http://t.co/0Es5sPAT via @guardian

via Byline

Chaucer ward councillor Poddy Clark (@swklibdems) profiled by @markpack on @libdemvoice http://t.co/gOBvJZwI

via bitly

The development is called Florian Place - after St Florian, patron saint of firefighters

via Twitter for Mac

Tonight Lambeth planning committee decides on huge redevelopment scheme at the former @londonfire HQ on Albert Embankment

via Twitter for Mac

Why no toucan crossing on New Kent Road? asks Charlie Holland http://t.co/o1FiKtp0

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Just published - Southwark launches elections for youth council @peterjohn6 @cath_mcdonald et al @ Globe Academy http://t.co/GDoW75id

via Google

Just published - Man who sprayed graffiti at London Bridge and Waterloo jailed for 21 months http://t.co/jzDKPPac

via Google

Just published - @southbankcentre's winter garden grotto on Queen Elizabeth Hall roof http://t.co/70it37wb

via Google

Just published - @BoroughMarket hosts community Christmas lunch for older locals http://t.co/UL2oNIZi

via Google

Fire brigade serves enforcement notice on Lambeth Council re Lambeth Towers corner @Kennington Road and Lambeth Road http://t.co/bh7ALAm5

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On day @maryportas suggests cutting market bureaucracy, Southwark cttee will formally de-designate Tower Bridge Road http://t.co/h1xTapJ9

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Lambeth Council is closing its parking shop at the corner of Lambeth Road and @Kennington Road
http://t.co/yW07AphC

via Twitter for Mac

Sorry for SE1 website downtime - am rebooting server - should be back soon.

via Twitter for Mac

Sounds like the Tower Bridge drama is over

via Twitter for Mac

@Goodforlunch Any idea what's wrong with it? Somerthing to do with the scaffolding and last night's wind perhaps?

via Twitter for Mac in reply to Goodforlunch

RT @mbnvz: so got half way over tower bridge and got told to turn around and get off quickly because it's unsafe #londonsfallingdown

via Twitter for Mac

RT @Citycyclecop: #ct TRAFFIC UPDATE: Tower Bridge closed due to a defect on the Bridge. Please take alternative routes

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Olympics and Olympians in Southwark and Lambeth http://t.co/qStUpLMK - lecture tonight by Len Reilly of @LambethArchives

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Ghost Walk round Borough and Bankside tonight http://t.co/GSHGbBOS

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Southwark Council is hiring an 'Olympic Intelligence Analyst' to help it understand the extra £444k it will have to spend during the Games

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Lots of @boroughmarket on last night's @ITV1 Countrywise Kitchen - see it on @itvplayer http://t.co/ugJMEA2o

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Community Carols at @oasiswaterloo this lunchtime featuring a Salvation Army brass band and @oasisjohanna choir http://t.co/b0jk1a0w

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Peta Bridle's exhibition of pictures of @boroughmarket & environs at Southwark Cathedral refectory well worth a look http://t.co/42GLjWuU

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Have you lost an iPhone on Borough High Street this morning? http://t.co/HOd2oOHG

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#supersewer exhibition at Royal Festival Hall till 1pm http://t.co/5Mveozte

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Carols with the Portcullis Singers this lunchtime at Christ Church in Blackfriars Road http://t.co/KjRxYgbI

via bitly

Plans for new Guy's Hospital Cancer Centre @khpahsc on display @lb_Southwark foyer in Tooley Street for next 2 days http://t.co/ULx96hqb

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RT @swanevent: Why is there a dummy man hanging from scaffolding outside the Tate Modern? Disconcerting sight from our office...!

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Weston St taped off - scaffolding collapse http://t.co/8PMnhz91

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