Southwark's planning committee has unanimously approved plans by Taylor Wimpey to build 47 new homes on the site of a small industrial estate on Rushworth Street.
A six-year project that has encouraged more than 1,200 people to grow fruit and vegetables on housing estates in SE1 came to an end with a celebratory event at Red Cross Garden on Sunday.
Waterloo Library in Lower Marsh was closed on Tuesday as staff went on strike in protest against Lambeth Council's plans for major cuts.
Cllr Neil Coyle - elected as Labour MP for Bermondsey & Old Southwark last May - has resigned his seat as a Southwark councillor for Newington ward.
Tuesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2016-03-22
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@packface no. Half way along Rushworth.
Just published - Taylor Wimpey gets green light for 47 homes in Rushworth Street goo.gl/fb/jKxsJU
47 new homes on Rushworth Street unanimously approved by Southwark planning committee - inc 12 affordable, of which 8 social rented.
Plans to redevelop the old Branston pickle factory in Bermondsey will be decided tonight london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7742
At Southwark planning committee where developments on Rushworth Street and Crimscott Street are on the agenda
ICYMI - Neil Coyle MP has resigned his seat on Southwark Council, sparking a by-election contest on 5 May london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8713
TfLTrafficNews A201 New Kent Rd j/w Harper St - one lane is partially closed e/bound (collision). Q's on approach reach the Elephant & Castle.
Just published - Neil Coyle MP resigns his Southwark Council seat triggering by-election goo.gl/fb/M1ognE
New Mill Street Surgery could face relocation as lease ends: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8711
Fire authority picks developer for Albert Embankment development: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8712
Blackfriars Road will be closed overnight again tonight for resurfacing
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