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News & features published on 17 July 2013
Borough Market's new indoor garden is now open

Borough Market's new glass market hall on Borough High Street is now open.

Shard developer plans two residential towers at London Bridge

Irvine Sellar, developer of the Shard and The Place at London Bridge, has announced plans for two Renzo Piano-designed residential towers on an adjacent site.

South Bank Tower: council approves 5 extra floors and collects 5m

Plans to add a total of 11 extra floors to the South Bank Tower were approved by Southwark councillors on Tuesday night.

Tweets on 17 July 2013

Wednesday recap: Borough Market garden + Shard to spawn residential towers + South Bank Tower extension approved

via HootSuite

@C_P_Randall sorry - hopefully you've now seen the story about last night's decision we published today. In today's recap tweet at 11pm.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to C_P_Randall

@BachtoBaby Only a few stalls Monday-Wednesday - mainly aimed at the lunchtime trade

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to BachtoBaby

See how pensioners at SE1 Lucy Brown sheltered housing are coping with the heat:… @itvlondon featuring @riwingfield

via Twitter for Mac

[Forum] Fly Tipping on Long Lane

via bitly

Just published - Borough Market's new indoor garden is now open

via Google

Decision of sponsor to pull out of London New Year Fireworks was "bolt from the blue", GLA official tells @LondonAssembly budget committee

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Why did Boris bail out New Year fireworks with extra public cash at 11th hour? @LondonAssembly asking questions 3pm

via Twitter for Mac

BetterBankside @se1 Free Bankside Wellbeing Fair tomorrow lunchtime- Free massages, spinal assessments, competitions and treats:

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 2:00 PM, Jul 17th, 2013 via Twitter for Mac)

Just published - Shard developer plans two residential towers at London Bridge

via Google

Just published - South Bank Tower: council approves 5 extra floors and collects £5m in lieu of affordable housing

via Google

SeemaChandwani At watching Tottenhams young people take over London as over a thousand parade down Tower Bridge.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:09 PM, Jul 17th, 2013 via Twitter for Mac)

Motorbike bride left brain-damaged by uninsured driver on Albert Embankment is awarded £7m…

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CintaArsenal Protest on Tower Bridge. Chaos on the roads and traffic in Minories has come to a standstill .

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:05 PM, Jul 17th, 2013 via Twitter for Mac)

Eyewitness: @southbankcentre Appearing Rooms fountain via @guardian

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Borough High Street and Elephant & Castle from @aquashard

via Twitter for Mac

Video: London radical choirs stage 'save the NHS' flashmob at Borough Market:…

via Twitter for Mac

Mayor's Question Time at City Hall adjourned due to disturbance in the public gallery

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Free lunchtime music at Guy's Hospital with @BreatheAHR:…

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RT @TfLTrafficNews: Lambeth Bridge- lane one of two is blocked eastbound due to a broken down vehicle.

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London's South Bank sells Brendel's Steinway to Caracas…

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TfLTrafficNews Tower Bridge lifts at 0900hrs. Expect delays.

via HootSuite (retweeted on 8:54 AM, Jul 17th, 2013 via web)

Shard protester has 'no regrets' over climb…

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