An initiative to help local businesses compete for contracts linked to major regeneration projects has been launched by Canary Wharf Group and Qatari Diar, the joint venture developers of the Shell Centre on the South Bank.
Sport England, the Government body responsible for community sport, has criticised Southwark Council's plans to reduce the sports facilities at Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre.
A school crossing patrol is to be introduced in St George's Road - where a 5-year-old boy was killed earlier this month - after Southwark Council unanimously passed a motion calling for new road safety measures.
Thursday recap: today's news, forum topics and tweets at a glance http://t.co/DiuzgGYy
@branchenergy Now they just need to stop the Market Porter drinkers standing in the cycle lane
[Business forum] Tiny room with good Wi-Fi wanted http://t.co/qzyWa9gV
Event for visually impaired people who struggle with everyday tasks such as reading, writing and watching TV: http://t.co/H2B3bD7L
Tonight: Kate Hoey and Simon Hughes host the South Bank Forum for Waterloo & South Bank residents: http://t.co/lAF8O11R
Just published - Shell Centre developers launch South London Procurement Network http://t.co/84vSY5Ww
Just published - Government body objects to loss of sports facilities at Elephant & Castle http://t.co/fQuCdAJw
RT @NHSHealth: Our outreach team will be providing Free NHS Health Check today at East Street Library 169-170 Old Kent Road 10am - 3pm
A literary wonderland next to Southwark Cathedral: http://t.co/I2wsMTCj
Free lunchtime recital by David Fletcher (bass-baritone) at St George the Martyr, Borough http://t.co/K0MbRu0k
Southwark Council transport boss Barrie Hargrove to campaign for lower speed limits: "30 mph on our roads is too much" http://t.co/c37icR8v
Just published - Lollipop patrol to be introduced in St George's Road http://t.co/yLrtsAAD
RT @MPSSouthwark: Police detained a 34yo man trying to steal a bike in Tooley Street, SE1. It transpired he was also wanted for 3 burglaries
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