The Mondrian London hotel on the South Bank has been renamed as Sea Containers London.
Traffic in Blackfriars Road was halted on Monday morning as minicab drivers protested outside Transport for London's offices over plans to remove their congestion charge exemption.
Lambeth Council will soon have a new leader after Cllr Lib Peck announced her resignation from the authority to take a job running City Hall's new violence reduction unit.
The memorial bearing the names of the 238 staff and students of Guy's Hospital killed in the First and Second World Wars has been given grade II listed status by the Government.
The Duchess of Sussex is expected to make an official visit to the South Bank in the next few weeks following the announcement that she is the new patron of the National Theatre, in succession to the Queen.
Heritage watchdog Historic England has warned Southwark Council of its "growing concern" over the piecemeal development of skyscrapers along the Old Kent Road.
Transport for London is proposing to extend the hours of the westbound bus lanes on Old Kent Road and New Kent Road - through the Bricklayers Arms junction - to operate 24 hours a day.
Southwark Council is the new owner of the Courage Yard complex of homes, shops and offices next to Tower Bridge.
Plans to allow two-way cycling along the whole length of Meymott Street have been published by Southwark Council.
Detectives have issued an image of three men they are looking to identify following a homophobic assault on the South Bank.
Westminster City Council is to relocate its dustcart depot from its current site in Mandela Way to a new location in the borough of Lewisham.
A planning inspector has upheld Lambeth Council's decision to reject plans for a 13-storey building at the corner of Lambeth Road and Kennington Road.
Armed police were called to a restaurant at the Elephant & Castle on Saturday night after a man brandished a "machete-style knife" while up to 20 people took part in a brawl.
The City of London Police have released images of a man they wish to speak to as part of their investigation after a woman was raped near Bank in the Square Mile. The man was seen on CCTV crossing London Bridge twice on the night of the incident.
Plans to redevelop the former William IV pub at the corner of Harper Road and Rockingham Street have been submitted to Southwark Council.
The site of filmmaker Derek Jarman's 1970s studio at Butler's Wharf in Shad Thames is to be marked with an English Heritage blue plaque.
This Christmas emergency services workers and frontline NHS staff will be able to use the Castle Centre at the Elephant & Castle for free.
Foodbanks in Waterloo and Sherborne are sharing the proceeds from a carol concert on the concourse of Waterloo Station by school choirs from the North Dorset town.
A 21-year-old man has been ordered to carry out 240 hours of unpaid work and sign the sex offenders' register for five years after he was found guilty of assaulting an 18-year-old woman at Waterloo Station.
The BBC's Question Time programme returned to its original venue at the Greenwood Theatre for the last edition of the programme to be presented by David Dimbleby.
Bricks tumbled onto the tracks at the Bakerloo line's London Road Depot on Tuesday night when a car crashed into a wall above the open-air sidings.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been named as the new patron of the Evelina London Children's Hospital.
Ice Watch, a public art installation created by artist Olafur Eliasson and geologist Minik Rosing highlighting the impact of climate change, has been launched on Bankside.
A controversial scheme to build nearly 1,000 homes as part of a redevelopment of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre and London College of Communication has been rubber-stamped by Sadiq Khan's deputy mayor at City Hall.
Myleene Klass and Neil Coyle MP have cut the ribbon to officially open the new premises of the London College of Creative Media (LCCM) at The Music Box in Union Street.
Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters were called to Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre early on Tuesday morning to tackle a blaze in a store cupboard used by market traders.
During December the Shard will offer a daily light show illuminating the top 20 storeys of the capital's tallest building.
The author of a new play about human rights activist and SE1 resident Peter Tatchell says he has received "fresh revelations" regarding the controversial 1983 Bermondsey by-election.
If you've been down Mint Street in the last month, you might have noticed that part of the road has an unusual new surface.
London South Bank University's new centre for apprenticeships and employer-supported study has opened in the former Passmore Edwards Library in Borough Road.
Christians, Quakers, Jews, Muslims and Zoroastrians joined together for an interfaith tree-planting ceremony in Tabard Street last week.
The Metropolitan Police and the British Transport Police are seeking to curb the opening hours of the new McDonald's in Tooley Street, claiming that it could become a hub for crime and antisocial behaviour.
London Bridge has been blocked by taxi drivers during the evening rush hour every day this week as part of a campaign against restrictions on taxi access to roads including Tooley Street.
SE1's two cathedrals, Lambeth Palace and a parish church all took part in 'Red Wednesday' to highlight the plight of those who are persecuted for their faith.
Hundreds of people queued outside the new M&S Foodhall in York Road on Wednesday morning for the chance of getting hold of a 'golden ticket' voucher. Boots has also opened a store at the Southbank Place development.
A new contactless donation point where Londoners can give money to a coalition of charities helping the homeless in the capital this winter has been installed in the windows of City Hall.
A century after the death of Bermondsey-born World War I hero Albert McKenzie, his memorial in Tower Bridge Road has been officially completed with the unveiling and dedication of metalwork from Zeebrugge Harbour.
Passengers at Waterloo Station can now refill their water bottles for free at a new drinking water dispenser.
Proposals to rebuild the Muslim Association of Nigeria's Old Kent Road Mosque have been approved by Southwark's planning sub-committee A.
A statue of Boris Johnson's City Hall deputy mayor and chief of staff Sir Simon Milton has been unceremoniously placed in a parking bay whilst a new plinth is made.
St John's Waterloo has launched a fundraising campaign to renovate the building as a "beacon on the South Bank" in time for the 70th anniversary of the Festival of Britain in 2021.
Traffic on Lambeth, Westminster, Waterloo, Blackfriars and Southwark Bridges was halted on Saturday morning as hundreds of people took part in Extinction Rebellion protests.
The London Assembly's GLA oversight committee has set up a cross-party working group to continue to probe the Garden Bridge project.
Detectives are appealing for information and witnesses after a man was left with a serious head injury after he was punched and knocked to the ground outside Waterloo Station.
New measures to prioritise buses and cyclists on Tooley Street and Duke Street Hill have been published by Transport for London at the start of a two-month public consultation.
A man and a boy who robbed two men of a drone and camera equipment on the South Bank after threatening to stab them have been sentenced.
The centenary of the end of World War I was marked on the River Thames and at war memorials around SE1 on Sunday.
Hundreds of young people from schools in SE1 and beyond gathered in Southwark's two cathedrals on Friday morning for remembrance events as part of the nationwide INSPIRE project.
Aria the Harris hawk has joined the staff at Waterloo Station to keep the concourse clear of pigeons.
The London Nautical School this week played host to hundreds of pupils from across London and beyond who took part in a debate on World War I organised by the Department for Education.
Part of Tabard Gardens was cordoned off on Thursday morning while police investigated reports of a 'serious sexual assault' in the park.
Sir Simon Hughes has begun his four-year term as chancellor of London South Bank University with a formal installation ceremony at the Purcell Room.
Workers in the gig economy from minicab drivers to delivery riders gathered in Blackfriars Road on Tuesday morning for a march across London to highlight the plight of 'precarious workers'.
Plans to build a seven-storey office block beside and above a Victorian Tanner Street warehouse - used in early series of the BBC's Dragons' Den - have been approved by Southwark councillors.
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.
The sound of gunfire rang out across the Pool of London on Wednesday morning as the UK's Royal Marines and their Dutch counterparts staged a demonstration on the River Thames near Tower Bridge.
Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters were called to a fire at The Mudlark pub on Montague Close next to London Bridge on Tuesday morning.
A service of thanksgiving for the life and work of Tessa Jowell has been held at Southwark Cathedral.
Hundreds of firefighters from around the UK processed across the Millennium Bridge last Saturday to Southwark Cathedral as part of the centenary celebrations for the Fire Brigades' Union.
The public wifi at John Harvard Library on Borough High Street has had a speed boost thanks to the installation of a Gigabit internet connection as part of Southwark Council's partnership with Community Fibre.
Stainer Street has reopened to the public as a north-south pedestrian route from Tooley Street to St Thomas Street parallel to the concourse of the rebuilt London Bridge Station.
The first section of Quietway 14 - a new cycle route that will one day run from Southwark to Thamesmead - was this week officially opened by London walking and cycling commissioner Dr Will Norman and Southwark's Cllr Richard Livingstone.
More than 40 years of television history have come to an end after ITV cancelled plans to build a new headquarters on the South Bank and its putting its riverside site up for sale.
Southwark councillors have turned down plans for a 220-room hotel in Blackfriars Road, arguing that the proposal didn't meet local planning policy and that visitor accommodation in the area had reached saturation point.
Lambeth Council is poised to update its planning policy to allow the prospect of a tall building up to 130 metres high on the site of the BFI IMAX cinema at Waterloo.
Lambeth Council is to warn developers that it won't grant planning permission for new hotels around Waterloo and the South Bank.
A man has been killed by a window panel which fell from the top of a new block of luxury flats on the Albert Embankment.
Southwark College is to regain its own identity, five years after the further education institution merged with its Lewisham counterpart.
A commemorative paving stone marking the location of the world's first modern circus building has been unveiled in the gardens of St Thomas' Hospital.
Christine Elliott has been named as the new chair of the charity which runs Borough Market, in succession to Donald Hyslop.
The RV1 bus route along the South Bank and Bankside faces the axe under plans for a major shake-up of bus services in central London proposed by Transport for London.
The Countess of Wessex visited St Thomas' Hospital on Tuesday to officially open the new Rare Diseases Centre.
First aid charity St John Ambulance has a new unit for adult first aiders and is launching a cadet unit (for 10 to 17-year olds) at its London Bridge training centre in Borough High Street.
A social enterprise cafe at the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre has shut down, with just six months to go until the possible closure of the whole centre.
Bermondsey Street was one of 49 roads around the capital to be partly closed to motor vehicles on Saturday as part of World Car Free Day, a global initiative to tackle poor air quality and build stronger communities.
Proposals to open a branch of KFC next to Waterloo Bus Station at Tenison Way have won the unanimous backing of Lambeth's planning applications committee.
Controversial plans for a second entrance to Southwark Underground Station and Waterloo East in Greet Street have been revived by Transport for London, a decade after similar plans were dropped by Network Rail in the face of local opposition.
TfL has published an update on plans for the Bakerloo line extension, including saying 'no' to a station at Bricklayers Arms and an update on plans for the Elephant & Castle and Old Kent Road stations.
Southbank Centre has announced that Madani Younis is to be the riverside arts complex's new creative director.
Public water fountains are to be installed at Guy's Hospital near London Bridge and St Thomas' Hospital close to Westminster Bridge as part of a new network of fountains and bottle refill points promoted by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to rob after police chased two men on a moped from Hackney to Bermondsey via Tower Bridge.
Royal Mail is to issue a set of eight special stamps to mark the bicentenary of The Old Vic.
John Calder, who opened the Calder Bookshop in The Cut, has died at the age of 91.
Southwark Police are appealing for witnesses after an altercation on the Rockingham Estate where a man is believed to have produced a firearm.
Scenes for a new drama starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones were filmed in Waterloo last week as an elaborate set was built in Whittlesey Street, Roupell Street and Windmill Walk.
More 'smart benches' offering free wifi and phone charging are appearing on the streets of SE1 as part of a partnership between a Serbia-based company and Southwark Council.
Southwark and Lewisham councils have joined forces to launch a campaign to build public support for the proposed Bakerloo line extension from Elephant & Castle to Lewisham via the Old Kent Road.
Former Bermondsey MP Sir Simon Hughes is to be the next chancellor of London South Bank University.
Police have released an image of a man who is wanted in connection with a serious assault in Coopers Road, near the Old Kent Road.
The much-loved Rill water feature at More London could make a comeback if Southwark Council succeeds in persuading the estate's Kuwaiti owners to reinstate it, it was revealed this week.
Tenants are moving in to 27 new council homes on the Kipling Estate near London Bridge, the first to be built by the Leathermarket Community Benefit Society (CBS).
SE1 will lose one of its three crown courts after the Ministry of Justice confirmed plans to close Blackfriars Crown Court in Pocock Street with the aim of gaining "significant sales receipts" from selling the building.
A 20 mph speed limit is to be introduced on all red routes in the Congestion Charge zone by 2020, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced.
A man convicted of sexually assaulting girls and women during their daily commutes - including one attack near the Elephant & Castle - has been sentenced to six years in jail.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian was killed when she was hit by a motorbike in Great Dover Street on Monday evening.
The former owner of an Italian restaurant near Tower Bridge has been jailed for four years for VAT evasion.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an attempted aggravated burglary which left a Bermondsey family traumatised.
Southwark Council has launched a survey to gather opinions on Harper Road as it plans to make changes to the look and feel of the area.
People living and working near the Elephant & Castle will have easy access to Post Office services when a Post Office counter opens in a convenience store in New Kent Road next month.
Business organisation Team London Bridge has objected to the filling in of More London's artificial stream, noting that its removal has harmed the image of the area and that the water features are important in making locals feel welcome amid the offices.
Eight people are to receive gallantry awards for their actions on the night of the terrorist attack at London Bridge and Borough Market in June 2017.
A major development site on Bankside has been sold by Delancey to Slovakian firm J&T Real Estate who will build the consented housing and office scheme together with Sons & Co.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the South Bank on Tuesday to view a new exhibition to mark the centenary of the birth of former South African president Nelson Mandela.
Plans for a development of more than 80 homes - including a 13-storey tower - on the site of KwikFit in the New Kent Road have been approved by Southwark councillors.
A proposal to create new shops facing the Elephant & Castle road junction - to accommodate some of the small businesses likely to be displaced by the shopping centre redevelopment - has been approved by Southwark's planning committee.
The centenary of the death of of Waterloo-born 'Inky' Stephens is being marked by a garden party this weekend at his Finchley home.
The Waterloo Carnival returned to Lower Marsh on Friday as the annual parade featuring younger and older members of the local community celebrated its 15th year.
Former MP Sir Simon Hughes has announced that he won't seek selection as the Liberal Democrat candidate in Bermondsey & Old Southwark at the next general election, nearly four decades after he first stood for elected office in the borough.
The Salvation Army has announced plans to relocate its UK headquarters from the Elephant & Castle to new buildings next to its William Booth College at Denmark Hill.
Southwark Council's 20-year plan to build 20,000 new homes along the Old Kent Road has been named 'best masterplan or area strategy' at the New London Awards.
There will be no fireworks display over the River Thames on the day of the Lord Mayor's Show after the City of London Police raised strong concerns over public safety.
Hundreds of people gathered on bridges and along the South Bank on Tuesday lunchtime to watch a flypast of around 100 aircraft to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force.
Young people from Southwark aged 16 to 21 are being offered the opportunity to learn new skills this summer as part of Better Bankside's annual Events Academy initiative.
Visitors to Tate Modern on Sunday witnessed an FBI raid as movie-makers filmed scenes at the Blue Fin Building.
A man has been jailed for eight years for raping and assaulting a woman on the riverside path near London Bridge.
Plans to convert one of the last remaining derelict Victorian warehouses in SE1 into seven flats have been approved by Southwark councillors this week.
Bermondsey MP Neil Coyle has backed a petition protesting against the filling in of The Rill, the much-loved water feature at More London Place.
The federation which will run SE1's new secondary school has named Declan Jones as its principal designate.
The healthcare watchdog has told local NHS bosses that they must improve care at the dialysis centre at Guy's Hospital after inspectors found "a culture of complacency that accepted poor nursing care practices" and "disrespect for patients".
21 firefighters were called to a private hospital in Lambeth Road on Tuesday night when a fire broke out on the first floor.
A controversial scheme to redevelop the sites of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, the London College of Communication and The Coronet has won the backing of Southwark's planning committee.
Detectives investigating a number of burglaries at a block of flats in Blackfriars Road have released an image of a man they wish to identify.
If councillors approve the redevelopment plans this week, the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre could close its doors in March 2019, marking the start of a building project lasting up to a decade.
Historic England is assessing an application to give listed building status to the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, one of the UK's first indoor shopping malls.
A subterranean cinema could be part of a large-scale development of the Southernwood Retail Park on the Old Kent Road along with hundreds of homes, a hotel and new shops.
A cafe's plans to chop down a tall poplar tree next to Tower Bridge have been thwarted after Southwark Council issued a tree protection order.
Waterloo Road was closed and residents were evacuated from their homes after a fire broke out in a block of flats on Tuesday night.
The Mayor of London and the London Assembly joined military representatives outside City Hall on Monday morning for a flag-raising ceremony to honour the courage and commitment of Britain's armed forces.
After a lull for the local elections, the controversy over the redevelopment of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre and the London College of Communication has stepped up again as councillors prepare to vote on the latest proposals.
Southwark Street was brought to a halt by jubilant England fans on Sunday afternoon, whilst on Sunday night it was Elephant & Castle's turn to host the party for the capital's Colombian community.
Hundreds of people came to Union Street and Redcross Way on Sunday to enjoy the second annual Great Get Together Bankside.
The Duchess of Cornwall visited the Garden Museum next to Lambeth Palace on Thursday to present awards to the winners of the 2018 British Flowers Week competition.
Clean Air Day was marked in Southwark by an idling action event outside The Shard, whilst nearby Redcross Way was closed to traffic and given over to street games for the afternoon.
Firefighters and staff from the London Fire Brigade cleared 18 sacks of single-use plastic from the Thames foreshore on the South Bank during a clean-up event on Tuesday.
Premier Inn is to replace the cladding at its Waterloo hotel after a post-Grenfell assessment found it no longer met current building regulations.
Detectives from the British Transport Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed a fight at Blackfriars Railway Station earlier this month to get in touch.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt joined more than 100 walkers on an overnight walk from St Thomas' Hospital to Guy's Hospital - via a circuitous route - to raise funds for the Dimbleby Cancer Care Charity.
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