If Sadiq Khan hadn't pulled the plug on City Hall's support for the Garden Bridge, the cost to the public purse could have exceeded £100 million, according to Dame Margaret Hodge MP.
Plans to add an extra two storeys to Guinness Court in Snowsfields - with 18 private flats and 12 homes designated social and intermediate housing - have been approved by Southwark councillors.
Wednesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-10-11
Tower Bridge as a rollercoaster
Rockingham Estate ex-council flat - "exceptional capital growth expected" says estate agent selling ¬£400k flat rightmove.co.uk/property-for-s‚Ä¶
"The people of London do want an answer to that question" says Sadiq aide David Bellamy asked about where #gardenbridge ¬£¬£¬£ has been spent
"I would not want to enter in to this sort of arrangement ever again" - TfL's Mike Brown on #gardenbridge funding/governance structure
TfL's Mike Brown on #gardenbridge: "It's difficult to compare it to any other project, because I've never seen a project quite like this."
#gardenbridge choice was "a very repercussive decision for any mayor to have to take" says Sadiq's right hand man David Bellamy
Just published - Southwark OKs 30 new - mostly private - flats on top of Guinness Court, Snowsfields dlvr.it/Ptqrx3
Lower Marsh office building for sale at ¬£2.5 million allsop.co.uk/properties/141‚Ä¶
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