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Tuesday 21 May 2013

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News & features published on 21 May 2013
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Five in the running for Labour nomination to take on Simon Hughes

Three Southwark Labour Party councillors and two local activists are competing to be the party's candidate to take on Simon Hughes at the 2015 general election.

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Rambert's dancers get preview of new South Bank headquarters

Rambert's dancers were given their first access to the company's new headquarters this week when they enjoyed a guided tour of the construction site.

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River of Flowers launched at Elephant & Castle

A nature-friendly green trail stretching from Lambeth North to Burgess Park via Elephant & Castle was launched this weekend.

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Desmond Tutu draws a crowd to Greenwood Theatre at London Bridge

A queue stretching along Weston Street and around the corner into Snowsfields formed on Monday afternoon as hundreds of people packed into the Greenwood Theatre to hear Archbishop Desmond Tutu take part in a panel discussion.

Tweets on 21 May 2013

Tuesday recap: today's news, tweets and forum topics http://t.co/BkKHUgTa4b

via HootSuite

@sallycrawford sale to Qatari developers to extend Jubilee Gardens so luxury flats at Shell Centre have nice view of green space

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to sallycrawford

Shell Centre redevelopment (c900 homes on South Bank) approved by Lambeth councillors - 3 votes to 2

via Twitter for iPhone

Pavement on York Road will be considerably narrower when Shell Centre is redeveloped

via Twitter for Mac

The @southbankcentre will use £££ from sale of Hungerford Car Park to help fund their #festivalwing scheme for QEH and Hayward Gallery

via Twitter for Mac

The Shell Centre redevelopment will contribute £1m towards @coinstreet's planned swimming pool at Doon Street

via Twitter for Mac

Plans for extension of Jubilee Gardens will safeguard the possibility of future @BFI film centre on part of site

via Twitter for Mac

@JulesHeap It is going very slowly!

via Tweetbot for Mac

Developer of Shell Centre complex says cycling will be permitted on all the new routes through the site.

via Twitter for Mac

Lambeth Assembly Hall has seriously uncomfortable seats. #shellcentre #planningapplicationscommittee

via Twitter for Mac

The top 10 bestsellers at @woolfsonandtay's new Bankside bookshop http://t.co/Alw7VN8EjX

via HootSuite

@TheChocFestival Yes it's been announced at Lambeth Town Hall tonight

via web in reply to TheChocFestival

Bishop's ward councillor Peter Truesdale says Jubilee Gardens deal "greatly to be welcomed"; never thought he would see situation resolved

via Twitter for Mac

Shell Centre developers will buy Hungerford Car Park from @southbankcentre, spend £2m landscaping it, then hand it to Jubilee Gardens Trust

via Twitter for Mac

** Breaking news ** Jubilee Gardens to be extended across Hungerford Car Park on South Bank thanks to deal with Shell Centre developers

via Twitter for Mac

Both English Heritage and Westminster City Council object to the Shell Centre redevelopment proposals

via Twitter for Mac

Residents of County Hall and the White House have come to object to the Shell Centre redevelopment

via Twitter for Mac

Chair says that Network Rail have withdrawn their objection to the Shell Centre development

via Twitter for Mac

Network Rail is also unhappy because it's not getting anything for Waterloo Station from Shell Centre developers whilst TfL get ticket hall

via Twitter for Mac

Big chunk of the Shell Centre development's affordable housing will be built on the Ethelred Estate, SE11

via Twitter for Mac

Packed meeting at Lambeth Town Hall - tonight cllrs decide on redevelopment of Shell Centre at Waterloo by Anglo-Qatari consortium

via Twitter for Mac

Free window-box making workshops this weekend (25-27 May) as part of #neighbourhoodfest @southbankcentre http://t.co/OySRPeYw5S

via Twitter for Mac

See the plans for St Mary's Churchyard at Elephant & Castle this evening at @LCCLondon http://t.co/2AEY5J3jdI

via bitly

Just published - Five in the running for @BOSLabour nomination to take on Simon Hughes in 2015 http://t.co/yusyw7ldB7

via Google

[Forum] Pedestrian crossing on Borough High Street by John Harvard Library http://t.co/kOVKeCC7vT

via bitly

@mattfromlondon I get those. And LA. Best one was a photocall in Botswana.

via Twitter for Mac in reply to mattfromlondon

Why oh why do so many PR people struggle with the concept that SE1 website is about the SE1 area? Not Battersea, not Ealing, not Richmond.

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - Welcome to @coinstreet: @Rambertdance dancers get preview of new South Bank HQ http://t.co/z9vb3hkjyg

via Google

Just published - @RiverofFlowers launched at Elephant & Castle @chelseafringe http://t.co/mHK8lCq4fW

via Google

Just published - Desmond Tutu draws a crowd to @GWTheatre for @templetonprize forum http://t.co/pxwhFaQxXT

via Google

Future of South Bank skateboarding under threat: @annareporting meets @savesouthbank campaigners http://t.co/vplm3cfl6q via @audioboo

via Tweet Button

RT @StWiltshire: View of the Shard and Tower Bridge by Stephen Wiltshire #art #london #drawing #shard http://t.co/JjYY4Igfrm

via Tweetbot for Mac

Simon Hughes - "I have struggled with the issue of sexuality since I was a teenager": http://t.co/n15aSAIHhV

via Twitter for Mac

Council Housing: Who Needs It? Join the debate tonight @southwarkcathed w @peterjohn6, @housing_justice + @crisis_UK http://t.co/s6LGO6tObs

via Twitter for Mac

Methodist Church will appeal Southwark Council decision to veto knife bin in Bermondsey Street: http://t.co/IOJ8IRJNEY

via Twitter for Mac

'Dr Bike' - free basic bicycle safety checks at Waterloo IMAX roundabout tonight with @lambethsustrans http://t.co/gITAdVzEaq

via bitly

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