The Living Space building next to Waterloo Millennium Green - formerly run by Blackfriars Settlement - is to be managed by Bankside Open Spaces Trust for the next year.
A North Lambeth secondary school has turned its playground into a pop-up car park to raise some extra income during the summer holidays.
People and organisations who have gone above the call of duty to make Southwark's housing estates and sheltered housing better places to live have been recognised at the borough's annual Housing Heroes awards.
Thursday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-07-27
Tesco Metro at Elephant & Castle apologises for lack of pizza and pasta products. pic.twitter.com/ElqfBhEx8L
La Dolce Vita in London Road is becoming a Latin American restaurant called Paladar. Owned by man who founded Champâ€¦ https://t.co/tA5gFQFMRa
Waterloo & Bankside residents face weeks of noisy roadworks whilst electrical supply is upgraded to cope with 800 nâ€¦ https://t.co/pG0S8erX9x
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Just published - Southwark's Housing Heroes honoured by council dlvr.it/PYsm5G
Five of the top 10 overcrowded train services in the UK are on routes that serve or pass through SE1 https://t.co/HQLWe75J1x
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