The Anglo-Qatari consortium redeveloping the Shell Centre site at Waterloo has revealed plans for 650 new homes.
Trains now run all day, every day on the Thameslink rail route through Blackfriars with a full service restored after three and a half years of late-night and weekend engineering work.
Southwark's largest tenant management organisation, which looks after 1,500 homes in SE1, could soon keep control of the rents it collects on behalf of Southwark Council under proposals endorsed by the borough's cabinet this week.
This musical twist on an old classic successfully transfers from Broadway to Bankside. But something of the original tale is inevitably lost within all the songs and set pieces.
Sunday recap: today's news, tweets and forum topics http://t.co/CJgUh10t
Just published - 800 homes planned for South Bank's Shell Centre site http://t.co/FDJH48ou
Just published - Seven-day Thameslink service restored as new platforms open at Blackfriars http://t.co/2E5qfIIV
Blackfriars Railway Bridge before 1886 http://t.co/XFx329Ub
Join Friends of Archbishop's Park for a guided tour exploring the heritage of this lovely park teeming with wildlife http://t.co/vwiOawua
[Forum] Short online survey on SE1 history and heritage http://t.co/llpOp7X7
Tate Modern is still looking for Volunteer Visitor Hosts - try a Taster Session this week http://t.co/CJ7lEiSk
Walk barefoot over red hot coals in Waterloo next Saturday morning http://t.co/P37vyVbZ
RT @lauravallance: filming on bermondsey street- looks like it's for part of an advert for the new mini.
Camera Obscura Workshop at Elephant & Castle http://t.co/7lGFmd35
BBC Photography Club Annual Exhibition http://t.co/NRoSNLnR
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