Two hundred years ago this month John Keats left his home in Southwark as he gave up a career in medicine in favour of poetry.
Plans to shut Tower Bridge to pedestrians for three weekends have been revised and the bridge will now only be closed for a single day.
Sadiq Khan has welcomed the potential for direct train services from Waterloo to Heathrow Airport but warned that there may not be enough capacity on the rail network for such a service to be introduced.
This Sunday the Metropolitan Police will put on show around 100 bicycles recovered in and around Lambeth.
Thursday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2016-11-24
james_hatts If I cycle home along the Blackfriars Road superhighway after 10pm I can almost guarantee there will be a motor vehicle in the lane.
Just published - Bicentenary of John Keats abandoning Guy's Hospital training dlvr.it/Mkl5LM
A fire-breathing bird will roam the streets of SE1 tomorrow: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
@RichardBadger1 Thanks; now fixed - it's the Sunday
Tower Bridge won't be closed to pedestrians this weekend after all: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9007
Just published - City cuts Tower Bridge pedestrian closures from six days to one dlvr.it/MkjxQM
Just published - Sadiq warns Waterloo to Heathrow rail link may be impractical dlvr.it/MkjxJv
Just published - Had a bike stolen? Come to Kennington Police Station on Sunday and you might find it dlvr.it/MkjKmJ
Old Kent Road: TfL to consider pedestrian lights at East Street junction (Boris said 'no' 18 months ago) london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9004
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