A team of newly-trained young volunteers are visiting Waterloo residents this month to provide a free report on potential fuel savings and energy efficiency in the home.
A mobile recycling centre to collect textiles, small electrical appliances, batteries, discs, cardboard and small wooden items will visit two estates in SE1 on the third Saturday of every month.
A final decision on plans for a controversial 41-storey tower at the Elephant & Castle is now unlikely to be reached until after the London mayoral elections on 3 May following the cancellation of a hearing scheduled for Monday 12 March.
People strolling along the Thames Path on Saturday afternoon got a surprise when Tower Bridge was raised to allow one of the three Woolwich Ferry vessels to moor at Tower Pier opposite City Hall.
Sunday recap: Woolwich Ferry comes to town; mobile recycling centre; Elephant skyscraper latest; home energy audits http://t.co/PSWFhYvK
The Shard - seeing double http://t.co/WE8IMe0w
Daily Mail on "how Qatar bought Britain" - They own the Shard. They own the Olympic Village. They own Harrods. http://t.co/apmziPAa
Just published - Southwark's mobile recycling centre coming to SE1 estates next Saturday http://t.co/FYOz3T20
Just published - Why were there "180 dancers" on the Woolwich Ferry outside the Tower of London last night? http://t.co/5g9gMiEc
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