Plans for a 15-storey hotel next to a popular pocket park at the Elephant & Castle have been revealed by developers.
Waterloo's Roupell Street was filled with 1950s cars on Friday and Saturday while Disney's Searchlight Pictures division filmed scenes for a forthcoming murder mystery film.
Lambeth Council has become the first London borough to bring all COVID-19 contact tracing in-house in a new pilot scheme.
The combined repair bill for Westminster, Lambeth and Vauxhall bridges over the next decade could be in the range of £85 million to £130 million, according to Transport for London.
Police officers investigating an alleged hate crime on board a Jubilee line train have released images of two men they would like to speak to.
Sadiq Khan's deputy mayor for culture has criticised the Government for forcing large museums and galleries to stay shut even after non-essential shops can reopen this spring.
Plans for a 15-storey hotel next to a pocket park at the Elephant & Castle have been revealed by developers. london-se1.co.uk/news/view/10497
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This time last year ... empty shelves in Lidl Old Kent Road. pic.twitter.com/UPc13bFQYQ
Southwark's rolling weekly case rate has stopped falling twitter.com/se1/status/136‚Ä¶
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‚ÄúIt doesn't really make sense that Primark can open before the Tate Modern," London's deputy mayor for culture‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
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