An Armistice Day football tournament between local school teams - recalling the Christmas truce of 1914 - was called off after a bomb scare at Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park on Tuesday morning.
A tree has been planted in memory of an academic killed whilst cycling in Bermondsey in 2010.
Evening news programmes on the Al Jazeera English channel are now broadcast from a studio on the 19th floor of the Shard.
Tuesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2014-11-11
@BrownPhilip Lambeth rather than Southwark
@JackHopkins_Lab Thanks Jack.
Next step for Garden Bridge is Westminster planning committee hearing next month.
Thomas Heatherwick and Joanna Lumley shown out of Lambeth Town Hall via back door.
That's it from the Garden Bridge hearing. Thanks to those who made nice comments about the tweets.
Shouting in the committee room. Resident says locals have been "sold down the river"
Garden Bridge: Lambeth planning applications committee vote to grant permission by 5 votes to 2.
Final Garden Bridge vote any moment now
Cllr @ClairWilcox1: "we need to beg the Garden Bridge Trust to do much more" to genuinely work with local people
Now @CllrBGentry asking for further discussion re public toilet provision at Garden Bridge, especially for disabled people
Motion to refuse Garden Bridge application falls. 3 votes to 4.
Cllr @MalcolmClark77 seconds the motion that Garden Bridge be refused
Cllr @SallyPrentice now moving a resolution that planning permission for Garden Bridge be refused. Will another councillor second it?
Cllr @SallyPrentice re Garden Bridge "I just do not think this proposal is going to add to the amenity and enjoyment of the South Bank"
Cllr @SallyPrentice: "It is not difficult to cross the river" - lots of bridges nearby
Cllr @SallyPrentice: extra 3 million visitors would reduce people's enjoyment of South Bank. Applause from gallery
Cllr @SallyPrentice: claims that South Bank needs regenerating are bogus - already v succesful
Cllr @SallyPrentice says she can't support Garden Bridge.
Vote maybe not quite imminent - several councillors indicating to speak / ask questions first
Garden Bridge vote imminent at Lambeth planning applications committee.
Cllr @MalcolmClark77 asks about sponsorship of Garden Bridge. Will there be big logos etc? Public realm vs commercial space
Councillors about to move to a vote on the Garden Bridge ... but first @ClairWilcox1 wants to know more about funding of bridge
Cllr @MalcolmClark77 "deeply uncomfortable" w rule that groups of 8+ should preregister to cross Garden Bridge + protest groups discouraged
Cllr @MalcolmClark77 wants assurances that free public access to Garden Bridge would be maintained in perpetuity
Planner:"very difficult decisions" ahead about how Garden Bridge is built.
Possible closure of Thames Path for part of construction.
"What bridges do is connect two sides of the river" - quote of the day from TfL's Richard De Cani
TfL's Richard De Cani: "We feel we have consulted extensively with local people" re Garden Bridge
Shouts of "Lies!" from locals in gallery
Cllr @ClairWilcox1 wants to know how the Garden Bridge Trust has consulted and communicated with residents.
If there's space for a cafe at South Bank landing of Garden Bridge, there must be space for toilets, says Tory @CllrBGentry
Now @CllrJSimpson says she doesn't think lack of public toilets is acceptable given projected visitor numbers to Garden Bridge
Cllr @MalcolmClark77 wants to know why no public toilets are being provided for Garden Bridge visitors
Lambeth planning director David Joyce concedes that at times South Bank crowding post Garden Bridge will be "very uncomfortable"
TfL man: "We've worked closely with the people that understand the South Bank best, which is SBEG and @CoinStreet" re Garden Bridge
TfL man: Trust will pay Â£250k a year to mitigate off-bridge impacts of visitors to the Garden Bridge
Thomas Heatherwick: "This is a garden unlike any other garden park in London" ... "The bridge will be different every time you go on it"
TfL man: we are "looking for a step-free solution for Temple Station" but it's not part of Garden Bridge project
Now @CllrBGentry asking about step-free access to the bridge and Temple tube + biodiversity issues
Tory Cllr @BernardGentry raises objections submitted by Hon Society of Middle Temple who say it would be unlawful to approve Garden Bridge
Councillors are now questioning the objectors and supporters re Garden Bridge, starting with @CllrJSimpson re cycling on the bridge
Lord Davies of Garden Bridge Trust: "We were slow to engage with the local community ... and I apologise for that"
Planning applications committee chair threatens to clear the public gallery if people continue to heckle
Lord Davies of Garden Bridge Trust: confident they can raise enough money to build and maintain the bridge.
TfL man heckled by Garden Bridge objectors: "He's talking rubbish". Chair threatens to throw out hecklers.
TfL man: Garden Bridge will have health benefits, environmental benefits and relieve congestion.
TfL man: "There is a very strong transport case for a bridge in this location"
Thomas Heatherwick: London is a "thought-leading city" - Garden Bridge will create "new and extraordinary views"
Garden Bridge objector to Joanna Lumley: "Build it in Vauxhall where you live"
Joanna: "I live in Stockwell, treasure"
8pm on ITV: a documentary about the new Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard http://t.co/CB9nxu2dZ8
Joanna Lumley says she is personally responsible for decision not to allow bikes on Garden Bridge
Joanna Lumley: Garden Bridge will be calm and tranquil - you'll hear birds sing and leaves rustle
Joanna Lumley: "I've lived in Lambeth for 24 years and I love it" - but Thames is under-served
Gillian Melling warns that approx 30 trees on South Bank will be chopped down in connection with Garden Bridge scheme
Objector Gillian Melling: Garden Bridge Trust failed to consult local residents BEFORE submitting planning application
Wei King Cheung @TCOSLondon plans to close Garden Bridge for corporate events undermine claims it's a transport project
Wei King of @TCOSLondon: Garden Bridge Trust claim of 80 per cent public support is misleading.
Michael Ball of WCDG: Garden Bridge "brings few local benefits and lots of problems" to South Bank: crowds, crimes
Michael Ball of Waterloo Community Development Group: Garden Bridge will truncate "magnificent views" from South Bank enjoyed by millions
Paul Wheeler: tourists will do circuit via Millennium Bridge and Garden Bridge, via pinch points at Blackfriars underpass & Oxo Tower Wharf
Paul Wheeler on Garden Bridge: "This is an application for a theme park ... one of the biggest in Europe" - more visitors than Disneyland
Objectors to Garden Bridge now addressing committee, starting with Paul Wheeler.
Some options for Garden Bridge construction plan involve part closure of Thames Path and/or Bernie Spain Gardens + loss of more trees
ITV not happy about building material for Garden Bridge being delivered along the alley alongside their studios.
At peak times, the South Bank Queen's Walk outside IBM building will have a comfort rating of 'D' due to crowding if Garden Bridge built.
Garden Bridge expected to attract 7 million visitors - 3 million of them additional to current South Bank visitors
Lambeth Council officer: Garden Bridge harm to view from Blackfriars Bridge "less than substantial"
Garden Bridge will cause "marginal obscuring" of view of @StPaulsLondon from Waterloo Bridge, says Lambeth planner
Trees on South Bank - including some with preservation order - will be felled to make way for Garden Bridge, says planning officer
South Bank end of Garden Bridge: "The horizontality of the concrete podium has been a key driver" says Lambeth planning officer
@VictorianLondon Sorry about that...
The operation & maintenance of the Garden Bridge will require around 20 full-time staff, Lambeth planning apps committee told.
Westminster Council is due to make a decision on its half of the Garden Bridge in December, says Lambeth planning officers.
@TheView_OpsDir Use of Â£60m public money, choice of location, crowding, loss of existing green space on South Bank etc
Objectors to the Garden Bridge are holding up posters at the planning applications committee meeting at Lambeth
Garden Bridge planning committee meeting about to start at Lambeth Town Hall
Georgi Markov: Bulgaria inaugurates statue to dissident assassinated on Waterloo Bridge http://t.co/Z0lipqL2y1
Thomas Heatherwick at Lambeth Town Hall for @TheGardenBridge planning decision
The @BFI is the latest South Bank organisation to write to Lambeth Council in support of Garden Bridge
Joanna Lumley has arrived at Lambeth Town Hall for @TheGardenBridge planning application hearing
Joanna Lumley, Thomas Heatherwick and Lord Davies are due to address councillors tonight in support of @TheGardenBridge
At Lambeth Town Hall where the Garden Bridge planning application will be considered tonight.
London Assembly mbr @ValShawcross has written 6 pg objection to Garden Bridge. Questions increase in SE1 land values as claimed benefit.
So much about Garden Bridge we haven't had time to write up, including ITV's objection due to impact of drilling etc on their studios
Just published - Bomb scare at IWM mars local Armistice Day events goo.gl/fb/6s9uAG
Tonight Lambeth councillors decide the planning application for (half of) the Garden Bridge. Full coverage follows.
Tonight 8pm ITV - documentary about the Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard:
Just published - Al Jazeera English opens new studio at The Shard goo.gl/fb/Xs4Um6
@Mailonlinepics No, due to previous bad experiences with the Mail picture desk. But thanks for asking.
Lambeth North tube station closed due to gas leak
Southwark's Mayor and Deputy Mayor pic.twitter.com/8sOcJ8OUcu
Leaders of South Bank Churches in Tibetan Peace Garden pic.twitter.com/Cl99Po7YR8
Tibetan Peace Garden pic.twitter.com/pWWl0ZkTK0
Armistice Day football tournament between local schools in GMH Park cancelled due to bomb scare at IWM.
Picture from 30 minutes ago: police deal with suspect package outside Imperial War Museum on Armistice Day pic.twitter.com/WalrEHbWq4
Leaders of South Bank Churches pic.twitter.com/8jBmSkUHvV
People now being allowed back into Imperial War Museum
Something just went bang at Imperial War Museum. Public moved further back.
Suspect package at Imperial War Museum. Plans for local kids to plant field of poppies altered. pic.twitter.com/OipfvPAqHA
Security alert at Imperial War Museum. Bomb disposal robot outside
Costa coffee opening soon in Blackfriars Road pic.twitter.com/8rpOFEOhhi
Just published - Bermondsey Street could be shut to through traffic goo.gl/fb/mRtRKD
The LA restaurant named after the Waterloo & City Line is closing down: http://t.co/GN6W5qiv5C
Gun salute at Tower of London 10.30am. Tower Bridge lifts 10.58 as mark of remembrance for Armistice Day.
Act of remembrance 10.50am at Guy's memorial arch pic.twitter.com/W0NsdusyMS
Youth led Armistice day service at St George's Cathedral.
Then football tournament in GMH Park.
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Audio of council scrutiny committee last night https://t.co/5xH1GAI8cw
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