An independent report into the Elephant & Castle Trust, an organisation set up six years ago with an ambitious plan for local social projects, has found that the group has remained dormant and not received or spent any money at all.
200 pupils at Cathedral School in Redcross Way will dress up in tiger costumes this Friday as part of a month-long initiative to raise funds and awareness for tiger conservation projects.
Advanced stop lines for cyclists could be provided at the junction of Tower Bridge Road and Abbey Street this spring, says Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
Developer St James (part of the Berkeley Group) has revealed plans for a 28-storey residential block on the site of Eastbury House on the Albert Embankment.
The Mayor of London has confirmed that the London Fire Brigade Museum is likely to be shut down on 1 April, even though visitor numbers have tripled in the last six years and closure will cost the taxpayer more than three times the annual running costs.
Thursday recap: 5 new stories published today http://t.co/VYPpoA5z
Tomorrow morning just before 8am this German navy frigate will pass through Tower Bridge: http://t.co/JBysYH3B
A New Zealand man who jumped into the freezing Thames to save a drowning man will be honoured for bravery http://t.co/7B0ROU2K via...
Cyclists: sit in the cab of an HGV at Elephant & Castle tomorrow morning http://t.co/ipwawdtA
Simon Grisdale: Piano Recital tonight at St George's Cathedral http://t.co/XRr7q1ZS
Just published - The strange case of the Elephant & Castle Trust: final chance to comment Fri 2 March 12 noon http://t.co/AxHcC2GX
Just published - SE1 primary school pupils to raise cash for endangered tigers http://t.co/N9a9uSmh
Just published - Abbey Street junction: 'bike boxes' before Olympics but other changes will have to wait http://t.co/q3d39tPU
Just published - 28-storey tower planned for Albert Embankment http://t.co/lKVkwbpm
Just published - London Fire Brigade Museum set to close on 1 April - even though visitor numbers have tripled http://t.co/GN6AMFmD
Stamford Street alert may be being taken more seriously because Duchess of Cornwall is coming to @southbankcentre this morning.
Area around KCL Franklin-Wilkins Building in Stamford Street cordoned off. Word is that there's a suspect package. Will be shut for a while
Stamford Street shut by police. Some kind of security alert it seems.
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