Transport for London has launched a public consultation on plans to close and fill in the pedestrian subways at the Bricklayers Arms gyratory system.
The Government has announced that Thameslink trains from the Wimbledon loop will continue to run through central London to St Pancras and beyond, rather than terminating at Blackfriars as proposed.
Frank Bruno Boxing Academy student and Fisher Amateur Boxing Club member Ted Cheeseman helped to demonstrate new Tomy Battroborg robots at the Toy Fair at Olympia this week
Wednesday recap: Bricklayers Arms, Blackfriars Station and Bermondsey boxing http://t.co/zvbvOgZf
Southwark @councilassembly now getting under way - affordable housing is the theme.
Bricklayers Arms subway closure: story updated with quote from TfL boss http://t.co/GEo5UP5z
Tonight Southwark Council will be debating 'Affordable housing and social housing' - follow @councilassembly for news.
NB tonight's Waterloo Community Development Group meeting is at Shell Centre, not WAC as per original listing http://t.co/S8Cned4d
Just published - Bricklayers Arms subways to be blocked off and filled in as soon as next month http://t.co/eWFJKm5y
Wimbledon loop through Thameslink trains reprieved: but Orpington/Rochester/Beckenham will lose out instead http://t.co/49NgvDLU
Just published - Blackfriars, Thameslink and the Wimbledon loop: winners and losers from change to rail services http://t.co/c2f69F5C
Just published - Bermondsey boxing champion battles it out with Battroborg robot http://t.co/tT8qQLuR
[Job vacancy] Assistant Premises Manager, Waterloo Action Centre http://t.co/0HQ83GyU
[Forum] Can anyone recommend a good garage in/around Elephant? http://t.co/uKZOhjor
@4749TannerSt We'd love to write a news item about this initiative - it's already on the 'to do' list - will be in touch
Tonight: learn about latest Waterloo Library plans + a new student housing scheme on Lambeth Road http://t.co/S8Cned4d
[Forum] Campaign to reinstate Bermondsey's Spa Road rail station http://t.co/qw9ovOT3
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