Network Rail and British Transport Police officers are handing legal notices to persistent beggars and shoplifters revoking their permission to enter Waterloo Station.
Staff at SE1's two NHS hospitals have been banned from smoking on the hospital campuses.
Southwark Council is to press ahead with plans to expand Charles Dickens Primary School and Grange Primary School to two forms of entry.
Transport for London will this month hold a public consultation on plans for new pedestrian crossings and cycle routes at the junction of Tower Bridge Road and Abbey Street.
Friday recap: Tower Bridge Road pedestrian crossings plan + 2 primary schools to expand + smoking banned at hospitals se1.info/1a6sPB9
Residue of boiled-down Coca Cola presented in heaped mounds, taking on the appearance of geological remains se1.info/1d6rTz0
The Ornamental Passions blog writes about the Revolving Torsion fountain at St Thomas' Hospital: ornamentalpassions.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/st-tho…
Sensible measure or draconian tool open to abuse? london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7309
Just published - Police ban persistent beggars, rough sleepers and shoplifters from Waterloo Station goo.gl/fb/cVnDE
TfL planning pedestrian/cycling/"urban realm" improvements at Borough High Street / St Thomas Street junction late 2014 / early 2015
Just published - Charles Dickens and Grange primary schools to expand goo.gl/fb/aEhBx
Just published - TfL releases plans for Tower Bridge Road & Abbey Street junction; pedestrian crossings + cycle route goo.gl/fb/MkLHX
This Sunday - Rare opportunity to ride a train between Charing Cross and Cannon Street pic.twitter.com/BX6kuF4z0l
@Andrew_Humphrey How many gates did you touch in/out at? 4?
[Job vacancy] Office Administrator se1.info/1euJ3TW
What a hailstorm!
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