Two years ago the congregation of St Hugh's Church in Crosby Row vacated its building to allow a new building to go up on the site.
The Eyal Ofer Family Foundation is to donate £10 million towards the completion of the Tate Modern extension at Bankside.
The joint owners of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre have indicated that they could sell the building as plans for redevelopment have failed to move forward.
Tuesday recap: Â£10m for Tate Modern + Elephant shopping centre latest + St Hugh's Crosby Row update se1.info/16MlaUy
Anti war activists unfurl banner from County Hall on the South Bank indymedia.org.uk/en/2013/07/511â€¦
Free cycle safety event in Battlebridge Lane off Tooley Street Wednesday morning 7.30am to 10am - security marking, safety tips & more
Lambeth councillors are tonight considering plans for new student accommodation on Lambeth Road, close to Archbishop's Park
Parts of Southwark Council's website are blocked by Lambeth Town Hall's public wifi service.
How newspapers reported the opening of Tower Bridge, 30 June 1894 blog.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/2013/06/28/theâ€¦ via @BNArchive
Just published - New community space at St Hugh's in Crosby Row - ideas for support to families + young people wanted goo.gl/fb/SvKuD
Just published - Israeli shipping magnate - world's 198th richest man - gives Â£10 million to Tate Modern extension goo.gl/fb/hIN10
Just published - St Modwen could sell Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre as redevelopment plan is stalled goo.gl/fb/RbOJL
It's 10 years since the official opening of the Golden Jubilee Bridges from South Bank to Charing Cross se1.info/19RAYdH
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