Local architecture practice Allies and Morrison has been given the go-ahead to build a 16-storey landmark residential tower at the junction of Southwark Street and Lavington Street.
Plans for a Shrek-themed attraction at County Hall are due to be approved this week despite fears of "unacceptable" overcrowding on the South Bank riverside walkway.
The London Cycling Campaign has urged its members to object to Transport for London's plans to remodel the Elephant & Castle junction.
Saturday recap: Elephant & Castle roundabout controversy, Shrek's swap on the South Bank + 16-storey tower approved london-se1.co.uk/date/2014-03-29
London skyline statement: 200 towers that threaten to destroy city's character http://t.co/jJF41LrStu << some surprising signatories on list
Campaigners fight to save London skyline from 230 more skyscrapers gu.com/p/3zxk8/tw - The Observer
Sunday 12.45pm - rededication of war memorial in Borough High Street http://t.co/Om0Bq0iREH
Just published - Shrek's South Bank swamp could cause 'unacceptable' Thames Path crowding goo.gl/fb/AOG03
Southwark Council granted planning permission for 11,975 new homes between April 2010 and November 2013, of which 2,918 deemed 'affordable'
TfLTrafficNews A2 Great Dover St remains closed both ways. Closure btwn Spurgeon St & Black Horse Court due to an earlier collision. Use alternative route.
TfLBusAlerts Route 21 is subject to diversion and delays in both directions on Great Dover Street, SE1 due to a road traffic collision.
Oops. Right outside TfL HQ too. pic.twitter.com/td9oF2y9is
Not much left of the Martin-Lavell warehouse. At least the bricks are being reclaimed. pic.twitter.com/sCbPTDx6hy
@foodiesarah 12 weeks is the standard measure
Â£2.8 million house on Bermondsey Street: http://t.co/1zf8niaCu5
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