Members of the London Assembly this week passed a motion calling on the Mayor of London to withdraw public funding from the Garden Bridge project.
The historic chapel at St Thomas' Hospital has been officially reopened and blessed after eight months of restoration work.
New signs have been installed on the approach to Tower Bridge encouraging drivers to switch off their engines whilst waiting for the bridge to lift for a passing river vessel.
A statue of Sir Simon Milton, a former Deputy Mayor of London who died in 2011, is to be erected in the One Tower Bridge development.
Thursday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2016-02-11
Statue of former Westminster Council leader to be erected in Southwark london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8650
Water splashing over the Bankside river wall at high tide vine.co/v/inqwa9zln5t
Lost (?) or abandoned (??) cat, Henley Drive SE1: london-se1.co.uk/forum/read/1/2…
Just published - St Thomas' Hospital chapel restored goo.gl/fb/7TeseJ
Just published - Tower Bridge drivers told: "please turn your engine off" whilst waiting for boats to pass goo.gl/fb/PqWQn9
@follyforlondon there is a garden bridge link - Milton's partner Robert Davis chaired Westminster committee that gave planning permission
According to developer's video for new ££££ flats near Lambeth Bridge, they're handy for shopping in Bond Street: youtube.com/watch?v=7M5kU-…
Just published - Statue of Boris deputy Sir Simon Milton to be erected near City Hall goo.gl/fb/Rp8Zua
Statue of Boris Johnson's deputy Sir Simon Milton to be erected near City Hall: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8650
Does any modern public figure have as many statues, busts and memorials as Sir Simon Milton? london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8650
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