Lambeth's planning applications committee last month turned down a proposal for a new seven-storey office building at the corner of Waterloo Road and Baylis Road.
Plans to transform the derelict Empire Warehouse in Bear Gardens, Bankside, into an 8-storey 60-room apart-hotel have been approved by councillors despite vociferous objections from neighbours.
Plans by United St Saviour's Charity to extend the mansard roof of a Georgian terrace in Park Street to create five extra homes have been vetoed by Borough & Bankside Community Council.
Tuesday recap: a bumper crop of local planning news - Bankside, Waterloo & Borough Market http://t.co/MoMrkA4I
[Forum] Birdwatching in SE1 http://t.co/lGztdiWz
Just published - Bankside's last derelict warehouse to be redeveloped as apart-hotel http://t.co/UDwEVodl
@Fari_B Yep - it's on the front page of our print publication this month & am going to press view tomorrow. Tweeted Observer article on Sun.
Just published - Councillors veto plans to alter 'movie set' terrace in Park Street near Borough Market http://t.co/HNCv9EPa
Tonight: Southwark & Lambeth Archaeological Society lecture in Waterloo http://t.co/nsJdYzDE
Cat missing from Stamford Street http://t.co/pbXhx0uG
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