The Zip World London zip wire can stay in Archbishop's Park for the rest of the summer after Lambeth's planning applications committee gave the scheme the green light.
Bankside Residents' Forum has urged Southwark Council to support efforts for community-led affordable housing on sites in the Bankside area being redeveloped by Transport for London.
The Spanish National Police have awarded a posthumous medal of merit to Ignacio Echeverría, the Spaniard killed in last month's terrorist attack at London Bridge.
A Roman sarcophagus has been found by archaeologists working on a development site at the corner of Harper Road and Swan Street in Southwark.
A newsagent and off licence in Kennington Road is facing a review of its licence to sell alcohol after claims that "illicit and counterfeit tobacco" was found on the premises.
Three parks in SE1 - Mint Street Park, Nelson Square Gardens and the community garden at Tate Modern - have been awarded 'green flag' status for the first time.
Tuesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-07-18
Just published - Zip wire can stay in Archbishop's Park for rest of summer, say Lambeth councillors dlvr.it/PWXlqp
Sadiq Khan: "Public consultation for Cycle Superhighway 4 (Tower Bridge to Greenwich) is planned to start later this summer."
SE1 now has 13 parks and open spaces with Green Flag status london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9333
Massive Blackfriars Road development likely to be OKed 2moro.
Part of the affordable housing to be 1.2 miles away. london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9332
Objectors to the zip wire include Waterloo Community Development Group and the three Bishop's ward councillors twitter.com/se1/status/887â€¦
Heading to Brixton for Lambeth planning app committee on controversial Archbishop's Park zip wireâ€¦ twitter.com/i/web/status/8â€¦
@LBLDemocracy Will you be live streaming from PAC tonight?
"Brace yourself for further challenges ahead" Southwark finance boss Duncan Whitfield tells cllrs; lots of uncertainty re future funding
Sorry for intermittent web stream from Southwark cabinet - first time using YouTube Live from iOS app. youtu.be/JLfG00zy0So
@lana_preston Councils do have emergency plans. Southwark has 3 full time staff working on emergency planning
There's a suggestion that Southwark councillors should get some extra training on what happens if there's a major emergency in their ward
Southwark Council's top 100 managers had a resilience training event yesterday, including reflections on #londonbridge attack
Southwark has three full-time staff dedicated to emergency planning youtu.be/JLfG00zy0So
Southwark cabinet hears of need to differentiate between 'cladding' and 'wrapping' of high-rise buildings youtu.be/JLfG00zy0So
Barista at Waterloo Costa refuses to sell customer sandwich because he was buying it for a homeless man standard.co.uk/news/london/waâ€¦
Watch LIVE as Southwark cabinet talks about fire safety post-Grenfell + the borough's emergency plan youtu.be/JLfG00zy0So
Cool Runnings is tonight's free open-air movie at The Scoop london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/â€¦
Watch LIVE as Southwark cabinet talks about air quality strategy youtu.be/JLfG00zy0So
Right outside TfL HQ! twitter.com/TfLTPH/status/â€¦
Police appeal for witnesses to racist incident at Elephant & Castle independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/â€¦
Live webcast of Southwark cabinet youtu.be/JLfG00zy0So
Just published - Roman sarcophagus found at Swan Street construction site dlvr.it/PWSFX6
Just published - Lambeth North newsagents faces licence review over 'illicit tobacco' and street drinking claims dlvr.it/PWRXbf
Free mini cans of Lucozade at Waterloo Station again today.
[Job ad] Accounts Assistant / Admin Support, BridgeOne Telecom Ltd: london-se1.co.uk/classifieds/joâ€¦
Sam Russell plays Bach's First and Second Cello Suites on electric guitar: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/â€¦
Bankside "poised on a knife edge, balanced precariously between hyper-development and thoughtful urban planning" nyti.ms/2vws2Y6
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