Developers of luxury homes in Waterloo and the South Bank could be able to meet their affordable housing requirement through off-site provision under policy changes agreed by Lambeth council's Labour cabinet.
Bishop's ward Liberal Democract councillor Peter Truesdale has asked Lambeth's Labour-run council what it intends to do about complaints from Waterloo residents about noise nuisance from low-flying helicopters.
Plans by Asda to open a new petrol station have been been turned down by Southwark Council.
Borough Market has launched a new 'shop and drop' service to help weary shoppers avoid carrying heavy loads around.
Snowsfields Primary School has been rated by inspectors as 'good'.
Wednesday recap: petrol stations, helicopters and affordable homes se1.info/1a4X4b6
@acediscovery "roadworks and heavy traffic means the route does not run as reliably as we would like"
TfL proposing changes to bus route 159 - curtailing route to terminate at Marble Arch rather than Paddington
tottenhamx another cyclist accident at the bricklayers arms roundabout!!!!!!
TfLTrafficNews Bricklayers Arms collision - Queues on A201 New Kent Rd back to Elephant & Castle. Newington Causway & London Rd S/B approaches also slow.
Just published - Separating luxury flats from affordable homes: Lambeth follows Southwark's lead goo.gl/fb/CCrjn
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Just published - New petrol station in Old Kent Road vetoed by Southwark planners goo.gl/fb/rj3wV
@AlexC93 Wow Pret has certainly come along quickly - looked nothing like that at the weekend
@BOSTSE1 November or December?
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