Controversial plans for an ABBA-themed entertainment venue on Stamford Street have been approved by Lambeth's planning applications committee.
Southwark Council has written to local businesses urging them to pay all staff at least the London Living Wage as part of Living Wage Week.
A secondary 'free school' in Waterloo has been given the green light to open a sixth form in September 2018.
The reintroduction of Thameslink train services between Blackfriars and London Bridge has moved a step closer with the completion of new track and signalling.
Tuesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-11-07
"Money Money Money" - angry shouts and jeers as Lambeth councillors approve controversial ABBA venue on South Bank london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9446
Mamma Mia venue on Stamford Street: a "contemporary aesthetic" ... "a positive response to the local context" - Lam… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
Listen live as Lambeth councillors decide on controversial plans for ABBA-themed party venue in Waterloo twitter.com/LBLDemocracy/s…
Westminster Council “sorry for any convenience” during Waterloo Bridge roadworks twitter.com/metcyclecops/s…
Learn more about TfL's plans for cycle superhighway 4 along Tooley Street and Jamaica Road at a public meeting in… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
Lambeth has received 199 objections to Mamma Mia party venue @ Stamford Street - decision by councillors due tonigh… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
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Just published - Southwark urges local firms to pay London Living Wage dlvr.it/Pzj2Fn
Trains to and from Waterloo will be affected by strike action tomorrow and on Thursday pic.twitter.com/1lZYCzkcsJ
Just published - Thameslink: track relaid between London Bridge and Blackfriars dlvr.it/PzhG4T
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Westminster Council wants to park its dustcarts in Mandela Way SE1 london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9442
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