Southwark Council leader Peter John joined a small group of protesters outside a block of flats in Southwark Bridge Road which has been at the centre of an international media storm after spikes to deter rough sleepers were installed at the entrance.
Former England footballer John Barnes visited Southwark Underground Station on Tuesday to launch a partnership between Transport for London and football website ESPNFC to bring live World Cup updates to tube passengers this summer.
The American company redeveloping two prime sites at the southern end of Blackfriars Bridge has announced that the scheme will be known as Bankside Quarter.
A hostel for homeless women in Waterloo Road is to be taken over by Southwark Council.
One of Boris Johnson's deputy mayors has admitted that the proposed redevelopment of the Shell Centre will have a "big impact" on the Westminster world heritage site.
A restaurant and bar named after Mayor of London Boris Johnson has opened on the South Bank.
Tuesday recap: Bankside Quarter launched; Boris deputy breaks ranks over Shell Centre; council buys hostel + more: london-se1.co.uk/date/2014-06-10
Â£5 million home on Albert Embankment: http://t.co/nJtGPkiZE4
Berkeley Homes drops price of One Tower Bridge apartment from Â£7 million to Â£5.45 million: http://t.co/JYbBEnJudf Bargain!
Police remain in foyer of 118 Southwark Bridge Road to prevent further #homesnotspikes occupation
The #homesnotspikes occupation is now over
Extra cycle parking at Waterloo Station pic.twitter.com/GSTihO3bqf
Just published - Bankside Quarter: new name for Blackfriars riverside development with no on-site affordable housing goo.gl/fb/Ep7RZ
Just published - Boris deputy: South Bank Shell Centre development will affect Westminster world heritage site goo.gl/fb/jPoap
@georgenturner Did anyone see Sir Eddie's face when he said that?
Waterloo Road tree to be felled by Lambeth Council pic.twitter.com/Onqd2YIWWG
@SkintLondon I don't understand what you are asking. Click on the link to read the article
A cluster of skyscrapers around the Shard at London Bridge would be a "real shame", Julia Barfield tells @LondonAssembly planning committee
Would you dine at a restaurant named in honour of Boris Johnson? london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7620
New Â£1 million + homes on site of Valentine pub in Long Lane http://t.co/0XAAZXKEE3
The Shard might one day become a listed building, says Nigel Barker of English Heritage @LondonAssembly. "Good building, wrong location"
Deputy Mayor Kit Malthouse a bit off-message re. Shell Centre. Says it will have "big impact on the world heritage site". @LondonAssembly
Design of Strata tower "simply not good enough" Julia Barfield (of London Eye fame) tells @LondonAssembly planning committee
Just remembered that Boris Johnson's 2008 election campaign HQ was at County Hall: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7620
Just published - Boris Johnson tribute restaurant opens on South Bank goo.gl/fb/5SHVA
From 10am the @LondonAssembly planning committee is discussing tall buildings in the capital
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