The finishing touches to the new London Bridge Bus Station have been applied just in time for the Olympic Games.
Borough Market staff and traders were joined by Cultural Olympiad boss Ruth Mackenzie on Thursday to rehearse for Martin Creed's 'All the Bells' event which will mark the start of the Olympic Games.
Troops brought in to replace G4S security staff at the Olympics should be housed in temporary barracks on the Albert Embankment, says a member of the London Fire & Emergency Planning Authority.
Visitors to the viewing galleries at the top of the Shard who telephone to make an enquiry or book a ticket will have their calls answered at a call centre in Norwich, it was announced this week.
Thursday recap: Borough bells; barracks; Shard call centre & more http://t.co/1IVYznB3
Desk space to rent in historic building near Borough Market http://t.co/dnC3r6U8
Just published - New London Bridge Bus Station completed http://t.co/VKvOj7Fv
@ipcmedia I would imagine it will be closed or at least access will be restricted; relay crosses bridge approx 10am.
From Friday the 344 bus is diverted away from Southwark Bridge (via London Bridge) due to 'games lane' restrictions http://t.co/WenrxNRJ
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