A public inquiry into plans for a 30-storey tower inspired by the rocket that took cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin to space in 1961 will be held next Spring.
The total annual business rates bill for the tenants of The Shard will rise from £5 million to almost £8 million by 2019, according to Colliers.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has said he does not intend to revive the Cross River Tram project cancelled by his predecessor Boris Johnson.
Two sculptures created during community art workshops in Guy Street Park have been stolen from an open-air exhibition in the gardens.
Listeners to travel news bulletins on LBC or BBC Radio London will be used to hearing about delays involving Tower Bridge or the Woolwich Ferry.
Actress Maxine Peake was among the guests at this year's ceremony in Jubilee Gardens to remember the British and Commonwealth volunteers who fought in the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War.
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Just published - Shard tenants to face 60 per cent hike in business rates goo.gl/fb/SEGuhd
Just published - Southwark Street space rocket tower: date set for public inquiry goo.gl/fb/Tz0hmh
Just published - Sadiq Khan says 'no' to Cross River Tram goo.gl/fb/m6I0rF
Just published - Maxine Peake on South Bank for Spanish Civil War commemoration goo.gl/fb/tCSgCG
Just published - Woolwich Ferry comes to Tower Bridge goo.gl/fb/3Il3Wq
Be part of a new art installation at Elephant & Castle: london-se1.co.uk/forum/read/1/2â€¦
Southwark historian Stephen Humphrey is giving a talk about the Marshalsea Prison next month: sog.org.uk/books-courses/â€¦
Tooley Street now being reopened after security alert
TfLBusAlerts Routes 47, 381 and RV1 subject to diversion and delays at Tooley Street, SE1 due to a Police investigation
TfLTrafficNews A200 Tooley Street at Fair Street - Tooley Street is being closed around this location due to a police incident. Please use other routes.
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