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News & features published on 20 April 2013
Waterloo planning policy approved by Lambeth cabinet

A new supplementary planning document for Waterloo has been approved by Lambeth's cabinet as the council prepares for "huge" new developments in the area.

Tweets on 20 April 2013

Tomorrow in SE1: St George's Day Catalan-style @boroughmarket + @munchstreetfood fest + Bard's birthday @the_globe

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@stroumphette82 tomorrow at noon according to notice on door

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to stroumphette82

John Harvard Library is shut today due to power failure

via Twitter for iPhone

@ElDweebio One was diseased, according to @peterjohn6 presumably same with other one.

via Twitter for Mac in reply to ElDweebio

Just published - Waterloo planning policy approved by Lambeth cabinet

via Google

A stroll across the Millennium Bridge is one of the 9 essential walks in Europe says @nytimes

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Find out how bus routes 47, 343, 381 and RV1 will be affected by the Marathon tomorrow

via OS X

Security alert around Borough High Street and Southwark Street now over

via Twitter for iPhone

The farmers' market in Bermondsey Square is open 10-2 today - follow them on Twitter @bsquaremarket

via Twitter for Mac

Recipe - Bill Oglethorpe's @BoroughMarket @kappacasein three-cheese toastie via @guardian

via bitly

Bermondsey guided walk today - arts, mental health and social history with @cooltan4

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