Tower Bridge and the Golden Jubilee Bridges were lit with blue lights on Monday night to celebrate the birth of the son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Tomorrow we'll have reports for you on tonight's planning decisions in both Southwark and Lambeth
@jenwrenmosley you can't appeal an approval - only a developer can appeal a refusal
@LBLDemocracy What about the 10 Albert Embankment item? has that been done yet?
@johnpolenski yes party lines.
Councillors have approved Network Rail plans to turn the Millennium City Garage in Great Suffolk Street into office space
Cllr David Noakes re Union Street decision - "I've rarely been so ashamed of a decision of the council" …"It's absolutely shameful"
Garage owner to cllrs: "You're supposed to protect us from the likes of Network Rail"
Garage owner to cllrs: we started businesses in Southwark "when nobody else wanted to be here"
Millennium City Garage owner says Network Rail have offered him premises 2 miles away from Great Suffolk Street at 3 times the rent
Great Suffolk Street garage owner says he'll probably lose his house if Network Rail's plans go ahead
Owner of Millennium City Garage says Network Rail is trying to "hoodwink" the council with its applications for the Union Street/GSS arches
Councillors are about to decide the fate of Millennium Garage in Great Suffolk Street - again Network Rail wants offices.
The sub-committee split along party lines with Labour councillors backing the scheme and Lib Dems voting against
BREAKING: Councillors have approved Network Rail plans to convert the Rocketvan shop and Academy Textiles etc into offices.
Southwark chief planner admits that out of hours the mailbox for planning objections often gets filled up and messages are bounced back
Chair of planning subcommittee Althea Smith threatens to decide on Union Street application in closed session if anyone heckles again
Extraordinary that Network Rail didn't bother to put together a coherent presentation of their plans for Union Street.
Cllr David Noakes warns that SE1 is filling up with hotels and expensive restaurants rather than shops/services for the whole community
Cllr David Noakes re Network Rail & Union Street arches "this is not about regeneration, it's about gentrification"
The future of the business units in the railway arches south of Union Street is about to be decided by Southwark councillors
Interesting display of old and new photos of Southwark in the foyer of council Tooley Street HQ pic.twitter.com/42JCEKxGuF
Owners of Park Plaza Riverside hotel on Albert Embankment want to add extra floors and reclad building; Lambeth councillors decide tonight
Horse outside Waterloo Station pic.twitter.com/QuRCAitZ0m
Horse on the loose in Waterloo Road pic.twitter.com/VwSmD2psl7
Ornamental Passions blog on Victory Arch war memorial at Waterloo Station ow.ly/1ZTbp4
[Forum] Have you used the Now Broadband 4G service in Bankside/Southwark? se1.info/131aORb
Wildflowers in Waterloo - free walk/talk this afternoon: se1.info/163nTbb
Lightning strikes behind the London Eye itv.com/news/london/up…
Blue and pink lights on Golden Jubilee Bridges for royal birth could become tradition "like white smoke from Vatican" se1.info/12IJrrA
The vulnerable pensioner who went missing from the Southwark Irish Pensioners Project on Friday has been found safe and well.
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