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Tuesday 20 March 2012

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News & features published on 20 March 2012
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London Eye and Tower Bridge in floral art show at City Hall

Floral depictions of London landmarks including Tower Bridge and the London Eye have gone on show at City Hall this week.

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Dockhead and Old Kent Road fire stations to be rebuilt in PFI deal

The London Fire Brigade has announced Blue 3 as its private finance initiative (PFI) partner to rebuild nine fire stations include Dockhead and Old Kent Road in SE1.

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Search back on for cultural tenant at One Tower Bridge

Berkeley Homes has launched a new search to find a cultural organisation to move into its One Tower Bridge development next to Potters Fields Park.

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Globe Academy pupils meet a prince and two duchesses

Last week year 4 pupils from Globe Academy in Harper Road met the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge during a visit to Dulwich Picture Gallery.

Tweets on 20 March 2012

Tuesday recap: Fire stations PFI; culture tenants wanted at Potters Fields; London Eye floral display & more http://t.co/FwWO8qhJ

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Simon Hughes says constituents misled by "misrepresentations and misunderstandings" re NHS bill http://t.co/r9Nfp0El via @gdnpoliticslive

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Cllr Brian Palmer laments latest design trend for "eggbox buildings" which he says are easy to draw on CAD systems but not good architecture

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New development at corner of Baylis Road & Murphy Street could include Tesco Express-type store. WCDG concerned re Lower Marsh impact.

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Councillors are now considering an application for a 7-storey development at the corner of Murphy Street and Baylis Road in Waterloo

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Lambeth councillors are about to reject this development at Book Warehouse / Fire Station site in Waterloo Road http://t.co/ZEaBmGxs

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Bishop&#39;s Ward cllr Peter Truesdale says proposed scheme at corner of Waterloo Road &amp; Baylis Road is &quot;hideous monstrosity&quot;

via Mobile Web from Lambeth, London

Waterloo community has turned out in force at town hall for a second week running.

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Standing room only in Lambeth Town Hall chamber for planning applications committee. Hope meeting less farcical than last week.

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En route to @lambethtownhall where plans for redevelopment of Book Warehouse site in Waterloo are being discussed

via Twitter for iPhone

Just published - See @TheLondonEye and @TowerBridge depicted in floral art at City Hall http://t.co/eX5a8PuT

via Google

George Osborne will tomorrow announce #cyclesafe cash for Elephant & Castle and Waterloo junctions says @standardnews http://t.co/Eo8EPeD5

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Cllr @fionacolley says that Latin American community & businesses at Elephant & Castle are "an asset" to borough; plans to promote it more

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Elephant Amenity Network has brought a deputation to the cabinet meeting

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At @lb_southwark cabinet meeting where new planning policy document for Elephant & Castle is to be adopted.

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Just published - Dockhead fire station (as seen in London's Burning) to be rebuilt in PFI deal http://t.co/rZjJ9Z4S

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Just published - Anyone want to open a theatre, concert hall, gallery or visitor attraction next to Tower Bridge? http://t.co/YoXHukU1

via Google

Just published - "It was the best thing I’ve ever done," says SE1 school pupil who presented gift to Prince of Wales http://t.co/f1SRxQDe

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Judges have ruled that a Tooley Street drugs mule's extradition to Argentina would violate human rights
http://t.co/IFeSqIYU via @Telegraph

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