Southwark Council and six other London boroughs have taken their fight to save 10 fire stations in the capital to the High Court.
A 20 mph speed limit is to be introduced on all streets in the Bankside area by the end of March 2014, Southwark Council has revealed.
A developer has signed an £8 million deal to acquire a derelict site next to Southwark Underground Station and is poised to buy adjacent land owned by Southwark Council.
Police are appealing to the public to assist in identifying a man whose body was found floating in the River Thames near Bankside Pier on Monday 26 August.
Friday recap: 20 mph speed limit in Bankside + today's other local news se1.info/159HyIG
Just published - Fight to save Southwark Fire Station reaches the High Court goo.gl/fb/vHBhT
Boris: "TfL is looking to improve cyclist facilities across Blackfriars Bridge and a number of design options are being assessed"
Just published - 20 mph speed limit to be introduced in Bankside (and along Southwark Bridge Road) within six months goo.gl/fb/c0j9o
@SowNeighbours The actual link to the agenda is broken
Just published - Council could sell homes on The Cut to make way for office block goo.gl/fb/H3yOA
respros Nasty accident involving a car and a cyclist northbound on London Bridge. Ambulance in attendance. She looked in a bad way.
Just published - Do you recognise this man? Body found in Thames at Bankside: police appeal for information goo.gl/fb/JuB6j
1 bedroom flat in new development on Potters Fields coach park site - Â£759,500: rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sâ€¦
[Forum] New Bermondsey to Borough bus route needed se1.info/16JEN4b
Plans to reconfigure and extend the A&E department at St Thomas' Hospital have been approved by Lambeth Council
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