The owners of King's Reach Tower on the South Bank have applied for permission to erect four 60-metre high PVC advertisements on the building to cash in on the the London 2012 Olympics.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has claimed that he would like to prevent the demolition of the Victorian South Eastern Railway office building in Tooley Street but stopped short of committing himself to making a formal intervention.
Lambeth councillors have approved three planning applications which will clear the way for Sainsbury's Local to open in The Cut.
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Wednesday recap: Boris meets BVAG (video); Sainsbury's Local in The Cut & 60m advert planned for South Bank tower http://t.co/DvDGpxiX
Story update: 60m advert on South Bank tower: "utterly inappropriate, tacky & ...visually degrade area" - councillor http://t.co/oCMA1JMi
@BorisWatch Have you watched the video on that story?! What a way to conduct engagement/consultation on a major planning application!
@BorisWatch At previous reception several of us pressed him to hold regular press confs. He wasn't remotely interested. Not invited this yr!
Olympic cycling champion: "I certainly wouldn’t fancy riding across Vauxhall Cross or Elephant & Castle in rush hour" http://t.co/3n1txPJF
Can't quite believe how unguarded/indiscreet Boris was in his comments about London Bridge Station development today http://t.co/YEA5UAAN
Just published - King's Reach Tower could be turned into giant billboard for Olympics http://t.co/CazJoDix
Just published - Video - bizarre scenes outside City Hall as Boris is ambushed by London Bridge heritage campaigners http://t.co/YEA5UAAN
@ingramjones yes thanks
RT @rwm148:I literally seem to have just lost my wallet in and around the Starbucks directly under the shard near guys hospital. Ross Moore
Comedy gold outside City Hall - Boris ambushed by Bermondsey Village Action Group. Video soon.
David Beckham in Potters Fields Park http://t.co/wBaQPriE
Just published - Sainsbury's gets go-ahead for convenience store in The Cut http://t.co/Jkcdh8Cb
10 years ago Southwark voters rejected the idea of a directly elected mayor for the borough: http://t.co/WrUzSjhp turnout was 11.2%!
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