South Bank residents and workers have a second chance this week to see the latest exhibition of plans for the redevelopment of the Shell Centre.
The Imperial War Museum's London branch will close its doors to visitors for the first half of 2013 if Southwark Council gives the go-ahead for alterations to the historic building.
Developer Lend Lease has released the first image of its proposed 36-storey residential tower on the Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre site next to the Metropolitan Tabernacle.
Thursday recap: Elephant Leisure Centre, Imperial War Museum and Shell Centre development news http://t.co/Ek6zHHTp
Amazing sight at the top of the Shard this afternoon http://t.co/lxYEsZAh
Shell Centre redevelopment - public exhibition open till 7pm - http://t.co/bBlv1WKG
Starbucks in St Thomas Street (next to the Shard) wants to open 24 hours a day: http://t.co/d7KFOYTk
Promotional film for the One Tower Bridge development at Potters Fields http://t.co/JRBN4jl3
Just published - First image of 36-storey tower at Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre http://t.co/WQ1eCKbi
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