The promoters of an ambitious plan to build a privately-funded tram line from London Bridge to Camberwell claim it could be up and running within just two years.
The ruling Labour groups in both Southwark and Lambeth have come out against the creation of parish councils to provide a new layer of local democracy at sub-borough level.
Globe Academy pupils have plenty of new summer reading to enjoy after a generous donation of books to the school library.
Wednesday recap: trams, books and parish councils http://t.co/dQVkWkId
Plans for a "gourmet sandwich maker" to open a 50-cover deli/cafe at the corner of New Globe Walk and Park Street, Bankside
@ajlamesa The old carpet shop
@mitchellangelo A big tower got turned down. Not sure of current intentions of owners (Helical Bar plc)
The @GeorgianGroup is objecting to the demolition of the building at the corner of BHS and Trinity Street
At Southwark planning subcommittee which is considering plan for demolition/redevelopment of corner of Borough High Street & Trinity Street
Sainsbury's Local at Bermondsey Square is now open till midnight
At Haddon Hall Baptist Church where Simon Hughes & constituents are preparing to meet postal services minister Norman Lamb re SE1/SE16 post
Just published - Southwark Super Tram: firm claims it could build SE1 to SE5 line in two years http://t.co/LrvR3oPH
[Job vacancy] Waterloo Action Centre is looking for a part-time finance worker http://t.co/srTFM8z6
Sale at Ganesha, Gabriel's Wharf: 20 per cent off scarves and £10 off bestselling leather messenger bags - till end of July
Share your views on the future of Elephant & Castle's northern roundabout at tonight's E&C Community Forum http://t.co/jA1IsVdq
Tickets still available for 'Revealing the River Neckinger' guided walk tonight http://t.co/cUEcuVSJ
Anyone know latest on Waterloo Station 'cycle hub'? Rail minister told Parliament it would be open by Olympics http://t.co/TmZPFfwJ
Just published - Lord Cholmondeley donates hundreds of books to Globe Academy http://t.co/8UDMdqPG
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