Sadiq Khan has sidestepped a call from a Labour London Assembly member for City Hall to hire a cat to keep mice at bay in the offices of the Greater London Authority.
BT has announced plans to replace dozens of payphones on the streets of Southwark with new advertising-funded multimedia kiosks offering free phone calls, free wifi and USB charging sockets for mobile phones.
Stat of the day: Southwark council picked up 9,120kg of dog faeces in the year to October 2016
Monday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-03-13
New York-style internet kiosks / advertising screens to replace BT phoneboxes on streets of Southwark london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9119
@PeoplesAudit To be fair the £ is ring-fenced for social housing; the issue is that it gets built (potentially) miles from the main scheme.
Just published - Sadiq fails to give CATegorical answer to call for mayoral moggie to tackle City Hall mouse crisis dlvr.it/NcgRd8
@x00 I started trying to list them all but there were too many
Just published - Southwark's BT phone boxes to be replaced by kiosks offering free calls, USB, wifi dlvr.it/Ncft9w
@nlittlejohns It's a petrol station at the moment.
In March 1977 the lead story in the SE1 paper was the successful campaign for a pedestrian crossing in Waterloo Road pic.twitter.com/QpDxrI74lF
40 years ago this month the SE1 community newspaper was reporting on the new Elephant & Castle swimming pool ... pic.twitter.com/J3jz5t3fPD
AdeleCathedrals Just seen a delivery robot crossing the road at St Georges Circus!
Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park pic.twitter.com/033pOIiyQg
Lower Marsh: Lambeth prepares to redevelop old Waterloo Library london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9117
25-storey twin towers to replace petrol station on Albert Embankment london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9118
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