Leading Labour politicians in Lambeth and Southwark have criticised the neighbourhood plans being created in their boroughs under the coalition Government's Localism Act.
Proposals for a 27-storey tower containing around 150 new homes on a site next to The Shard at London Bridge were revealed this week.
A London filmmaker has produced a short video showing how London has changed over the past eight and half decades.
The owners of the London Eye and London Dungeon are planning to open a new visitor attraction at County Hall.
Tuesday recap: neighbourhood plans criticised + new South Bank attraction + new tower next to Shard se1.info/1eCjdNN
Boris urges LSE staff & students to use Garden Bridge 'to have a "crafty fag" or "read Marx" as the sun goes down': thebeaveronline.com/boris-johnson-â€¦
New South Bank attraction will be "first of its kind worldwide" london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7323
Just published - Plans for 27-storey residential tower next to Shard go on show goo.gl/fb/kbyxo
A Forgotten Treasure of Walworth: The Royal Surrey Zoological Gardens se1.info/1aBgNQr lecture by Stephen Humphrey in Waterloo tonight
See how Tower Bridge Road has changed since 1927: goo.gl/fb/pgrY4
Just published - Filmmaker retraces steps of 1927 colour cinematographer goo.gl/fb/pgrY4
Just published - Merlin plans new 'world-first' County Hall attraction to replace London Film Museum goo.gl/fb/j3VV9
@AnnaELeask There used to be an Elephant-shaped slide in the old pool - it was much-loved.
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