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News & features published on 3 October 2013
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Blackfriars developers could pay £100m in lieu of affordable homes

Southwark Council stands to gain a windfall of between £65 million and £100 million for its plans to build new council homes if proposals to construct nearly 500 luxury flats next to Blackfriars Bridge are approved.

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SE1 day centre for homeless people reports soaring demand

The Manna Centre in Melior Street, which provides food, clothing and advice for homeless people, says demand for its services has increased sharply in recent months.

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Ed Miliband: Mail reporter 'gatecrashed' private event at Guy's Hospital

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has written to Lord Rothermere to complain that a reporter from the Mail on Sunday turned up uninvited at a private event at Guy's Hospital on Wednesday.

Tweets on 3 October 2013

Thursday recap: Blackfriars Bridge trees to be felled + soaring demand at local day centre for homeless people se1.info/17wkwfU

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@DaveHill @jamesrgrinter Southwark did have a lot of 'unclaimed' S106 at one point but they've got better at keeping tabs on what's owed

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@DaveHill @jamesrgrinter Whether or not a good deal is negotiated before its signed is another matter

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@DaveHill @jamesrgrinter If the developer signs the deal and goes on to build the scheme, I don't think there's an issue with non-payment

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@jamesrgrinter @DaveHill S106 is binding legal agreement. Sometimes councils are slow to draw down the funds but generally developers pay up

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@KenningtonPOB @imogenbeecroft @southwarkcycle One-way southbound for all. Officer said too narrow for contraflow

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@davejphendy no but I imagine if you go to the reception area by the cafe there will be signs

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Major development on Long Lane - public exhibition open till 8pm today at the Leathermarket: london-se1.co.uk/forum/read/1/1…

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Just published - Blackfriars skyscraper developers could pay £100 million in lieu of affordable homes goo.gl/fb/WAWgx

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Mail on Sunday apologies to Ed Miliband and suspends two journalists after reporter gatecrashed Guy's Hospital event: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7118

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Blackfriars Bridge: next week councillors are likely to approve felling of 2 trees nearest the river in this picture pic.twitter.com/2YwIS8DyqV

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Just published - Manna Centre for homeless people at London Bridge reports soaring demand for food and advice goo.gl/fb/6srCE

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Just published - Ed Miliband complains that Mail on Sunday reporter gatecrashed private event at Guy's Hospital goo.gl/fb/uk2Fu

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1 bedroom flat in new tower at Elephant & Castle £499,000: rightmove.co.uk/property-for-s…

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Imperial War Museum may privatise visitor services gu.com/p/3j7zj/tw via @guardian

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Police say that this morning's incident at Newington Butts, Elephant & Castle is not being treated as suspicious

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@veloevol not a traffic thing - incident on pavement

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Police cordon at Elephant & Castle. Trail of blood on pavement at Newington Butts.

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London Photo Festival @LondonPhotoFest starts today at St George the Martyr crypt se1.info/15NjQzh

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A Celebration of Harvest with the Portcullis Singers se1.info/1aNsH7v donations for Manna Centre & Robes Project

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Duke of Edinburgh to visit Bankside next month to open the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at @The_Globe

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[Job vacancy] Data Entry, Kynis Courier Systems: london-se1.co.uk/classifieds/jo…

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