ITV is planning to install multicoloured lighting on its South Bank tower as part of the broadcaster's relaunch to be unveiled in the new year.
A petition calling on the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority not to close Southwark Fire Station has been launched.
The Milroy Walk shopping precinct was closed to pedestrians this week as preliminary work on the redevelopment of King's Reach Tower gets under way.
More than 350 people have signed a petition calling on Transport for London to improve road safety at the Elephant & Castle.
On Guy Fawkes' Night the House of Lords gave an unopposed second reading to a 'bonfire' of obsolete legislation. The 800+ acts to be repealed include a number of local curiosities.
A planning inspector has given the green light for the partial of early 20th century workshops between Glasshill Street and King's Bench Street.
@philipsaxon apart from land value the developer is only paying £3.5m towards leisure centre.
@fuzzyness666 why? Just because It's a hospital doesn't mean it should be exempt from normal criticism And scrutiny on planning grounds
Tuesday recap: Milroy Walk; Glasshill Street; Elephant & Castle; Southwark Fire Station & statute law oddities http://t.co/P7O9tGgn
The @kingshealth cancer treatment centre at Guy's Hospital has been approved by Southwark Council's planning committee (5-1 in favour)
Lambeth councillors have approved a huge redevelopment of the Elizabeth House site next to Waterloo Station (ht @N_Johnstone).
Residents and businesses in Crosby Row are raising concerns about impact of the new cancer centre development
@julietillyflop Corner of Snowsfields and Great Maze Pond.
Planning committee getting ill-tempered - Russell Gray of @thebvag accuses committee chair Nick Dolezal of "rude and oppressive" behaviour.
@julietillyflop It's a big development - equivalent to a 26-storey residential building
Southwark Council planning committee about to start considering Guy's Hospital cancer centre proposal.
An Evening With Carol Ann Duffy http://t.co/TObBRHZd
Southwark planning committee unanimously approves new leisure centre (inc 25m pool) at Elephant & Castle.
@PartingtonF Was due to be summer 2014 but archaeological discoveries have delayed the schedule by a few months
@Mr_Chas Don't know - wasn't there.
The council expects the new Elephant leisure centre to attract 40k visits a year compared to 15k for the old centre that closed in June.
It is expected that many more burials will be found when the demolition of the old Elephant leisure centre starts properly.
Committee about to embark on consideration of application for new leisure centre (inc long-awaited new swimming pool)
Southwark planning committee vote 4-3 to approve 37-storey tower of luxury flats next to Metropolitan Tabernacle at Elephant & Castle.
Michael Squire says his Elephant scheme is a "garden tower". It's all about "verticality", apparently. #pseudscorner
Architect Michael Squire says his experience is that luxury flat dwellers like to have a car but don't actually drive them around locally.
Every household moving in to the 37-storey St Mary's Residential tower at Elephant & Castle will get three years' free Zipcar membership
@DMcCSE17 Very few people living at Elephant & Castle need a car.
Lend Lease insisting on 46 parking spaces at Elephant & Castle tower of luxury flats, even though council officers wanted a car-free scheme
Cllr Adele Morris: it's "mind-boggling" that a 37-storey tower at Elephant & Castle can't viably support any affordable housing.
At @LB_Southwark planning committee where major schemes at Elephant & Castle and Guy's Hospital are on the agenda + neighbourhood planning
MT @HutchinsonDave: found tourist map on which Lambeth/Southwark are marked simply as 'South Of The River.' I mean, I know they are, but...
Tonight Southwark councillors will consider plans for the redevelopment of the Elephant & Castle leisure centre site: http://t.co/yIkdIXEg
Lambeth councillors will tonight decide whether to approve this huge new development next to Waterloo Station: http://t.co/lfQyyjHz
The Shard "appears as a creature lost on the way from Dubai to Planet Zog" - Sir Simon Jenkins http://t.co/LCMhN6Ye
City Hall "clings to the river bank like a flatulent slug" says Sir Simon Jenkins http://t.co/LCMhN6Ye
Just published - Milroy Walk closes as King's Reach Tower development begins http://t.co/6RKWGhVW
Filming or photo shoot at King's Arms Roupell Street. Anyone know what it is?
Just published - Southwark and Lambeth historical curiosities in Statute Law (Repeals) Bill http://t.co/Fz6eFEEf
Simon Hughes tells Eric Pickles he is sceptical about developers' own assessments of 'economic viability' http://t.co/3G3esoHn
Big day for SE1 planning decisions in both Southwark and Lambeth - we'll have coverage from both boroughs' planning committees tonight.
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