Plans for a 40-storey development next to the Bakerloo line station at the Elephant & Castle have been dropped in favour of a modest six-storey extension to the existing office building.
The Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre has been turned down for listed status - and the Government has issued a 'certificate of immunity' to prevent the building from being protected for the next five years.
Detectives in Southwark are appealing for witnesses after a woman was attacked on Borough High Street by a man who attempted to drag her into a nearby alleyway.
Monday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2018-10-29
ICYMI - Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre turned down for listed status (and given certificate of immunity): london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9736
Just published - Skipton House: extra floors planned for Elephant & Castle office block as plans for 400+ homes andâ€¦ https://t.co/eJWHqvcINh
Just published - Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre and The Coronet turned down for listed status (again) dlvr.it/QprjFv
Just published - Woman attacked in Borough High Street: police appeal after man attempts to drag victim into Talbotâ€¦ https://t.co/lbfzhZMb0n
See latest plans for redevelopment of Skipton House at Elephant & Castle - public exhibition from 4pm today. https://t.co/pnb6DOFqCP
Portugal Restaurant has opened in Blackfriars Road (Formerly Caco & Co / Blackfriars Cafe) https://t.co/UoRQHsHmbT
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