Soil from seven parks and gardens in SE1 has been included in a new art installation in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall.
An office block in Lower Marsh currently occupied by the National Health Service has been put up for sale with an asking price in excess of £30 million.
Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers were sent to tackle a fire in a block of flats on Pocock Street late on Sunday night.
Monday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-10-12
@garrettmears Cllr Peck very briefly asked cabinet to signify their assent, but there wasn't a formal show of hands
Future of Waterloo Library really deserves greater scrutiny and attention than it received at Lambeth cabinet tonight #culture2020
#culture2020 could also mean closure of toilets in Archbishop's Park and some flower beds being turfed over to save money.
Lambeth #culture2020 plans approved by cabinet. Waterloo Library to close in its present form by next April.
@hhrca have to say there's more than a grain of truth in the old joke that Lambeth only exists to make Southwark look good.
Lambeth Tory leader Tim Briggs suggests Lambeth should completely outsource its library service as Wandsworth has #culture2020
1 hour 20 mins into Lambeth cabinet meeting before 'cooperative council' is mentioned - and that is by Tory leader Tim Briggs #culture2020
Huge applause from gallery for man from Upper Norwood who denounced Lambeth #Culture2020 as "bullshit spin" ... "worse than Tories"
An hour into the meeting, more people have finally been allowed into #culture2020 Lambeth cabinet meeting
#culture2020 Smith says Lambeth will retain enough staff to "curate the neighbourhood libraries"
#culture2020 Levels of staffing in Lambeth libraries to be cut by around 25% says strategy director Adrian Smith
Re cuts to Lambeth parks - strategy director says they will "draw Friends groups through a cluster governance model ... going forward"
Chair of Lambeth Parks Forum criticises plans to shut public toilets and paddling pools etc #culture2020
People banging on the doors of Dunraven School demanding to be let in to Lambeth cabinet meeting discussing library cuts
Union rep suggests that Muslim Lambeth residents might not want to visit Waterloo temporary library in Christian Oasis Centre #culture2020
#culture2020 Unison rep Tim O'Dell says Lambeth libraries staff unanimously reject the council's 'incompetent' proposals
Chants of 'let them in' as people remain kept outside Lambeth cabinet vine.co/v/eEWODprzXnP
Cllr @JaneEdbrooke explaining that if Lambeth doesn't cut Â£4m from libraries and parks, savings would have to come from social care etc
Leader @cllrpeck is trying to start Lambeth cabinet meeting but people still waiting outside and seats are available.
13 people have asked to speak at Lambeth's cabinet meeting on #culture2020 libraries and parks cuts proposals
Claims that 100 people are outside Lambeth cabinet meeting not being let in despite seats still being available. Chants of 'let them in'.
Protest against Lambeth library cuts outside cabinet meeting pic.twitter.com/a7YZvsY92p
At Dunraven School where Lambeth's cabinet will tonight decide fate of Waterloo Library in Lower Marsh.
Save Â£3 on tickets to Crushed Shells and Mud at Southwark Playhouse: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/â€¦
Tonight Lambeth cabinet likely to endorse plans to shut Waterloo Library in Lower Marsh within 6 months pending sale london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8464
Just published - Â£30 million asking price for NHS office block in Lower Marsh goo.gl/fb/D8z8xj
Just published - Firefighters tackle blaze in flats above Blackfriars Settlement goo.gl/fb/uN9A5N
From this evening, the downstream Golden Jubilee Bridge will be shut for maintenance for a fortnight. pic.twitter.com/6OqyKLEp7j
They're filming the new Bridget Jones movie around Borough Market today and tomorrow.
No takers for Â£22m penthouse in SE1 so developers cut one third off the price london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8477
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