Mayor of London Boris Johnson has defended Transport for London's £25 million plan to centralise its London Underground control rooms at Palestra in Blackfriars Road.
Bermondsey Farmers' Market is to continue on Saturday mornings in Bermondsey Square under new management.
Southwark's planning committee has unanimously approved an application by the London School of Economics to add an extra 3 storeys to its Bankside House hall of residence near Tate Modern.
Drawings and paintings of Borough Market and nearby streets feature in Peta Bridle's exhibition at Southwark Cathedral.
Friday recap: Bermondsey Farmers' Market reprieved; 3-storey extension for LSE Bankside House & Borough in Pictures http://t.co/FlHKjcWo
Just published - TfL plans ¬£25 million London Underground control centre at Palestra http://t.co/eVuHIBOB
Just published - Farmers' market to remain in Bermondsey Square after all http://t.co/rx8q9IGz
Just published - LSE gets go-ahead for rooftop extension at Bankside House http://t.co/enblxHe3
Just published - Peta Bridle's Borough in Pictures exhibition at Southwark Cathedral refectory http://t.co/TTgxSZSd
[Insert caption here] http://t.co/pPPeRzj3 << photo taken outside Southwark Council's Tooley Street offices
RT @tuppenwaterloo: Livebait in The Cut in Admininstration-surprising with their prices
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