The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) has voted unanimously to keep the London Fire Brigade Museum in Southwark Bridge Road open to the public.
David Bomberg and his Borough Group of artists are to be permanently recognised at the location of its formation in Borough Road.
The White Cube Bermondsey gallery and the new Bermondsey Island housing block in Tower Bridge Road have received awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
The Government says that it has "no record" of recent discussions with Transport for London about a possible extension of the Bakerloo line beyond Elephant & Castle.
Thursday recap: art gallery opens in Borough Road; architecture awards for Bermondsey buildings; Bakerloo line latest http://t.co/WfNybDao
Keys Found http://t.co/u1i94SnC
Look out for a piano at Waterloo Station tomorrow; @streetpianos appear across Square Mile & SE1 from Sunday
"arrangements are admirably made to give the greatest possible accommodation to the public without the slightest approach to confusion"
This is what Bradshaw's guide said about London Bridge Station in 1862
Fire authority very different without Brian Coleman (and no Tory majority) http://t.co/M6Sr2YER
Heading to Union Street for @LondonFire authority meeting which will decide the fate of London Fire Brigade Museum
[Forum] Researching the history of the printing trade in Southwark http://t.co/TDyvKhLf
Bunting making at Brookwood Triangle and walk to Tate Modern secret community garden http://t.co/cRvnzZQV
Love and Rejection from the Baroque - free lunchtime music at St George the Martyr http://t.co/ah2ZtaQK
@urban_salon Brill - thanks
@urban_salon Sorry, ignore that, I see the RIBA website's now been updated
@urban_salon Do you have details of the citation etc you can send us please?
Today the Union Press kiosk will be set up in Flat Iron Square http://t.co/umJ7hRVN
BMA industrial action: In Southwark, all GP surgeries will be open but a small number may be providing a reduced service says @NHS_Southwark
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