Councillors have voted to approve a 22-storey tower on Newington Causeway despite strong objections from the Ministry of Sound which fears that an influx of new neighbours will put its licence at risk.
Apparently #spooks are filming on Lower Marsh at the moment
Birkbeck is holding a Ways into University Taster Day in Waterloo tomorrow http://se1.info/krmhrK
Vertical Expectations - documentary about the Shard http://se1.info/lObvYY
@secretlondon I think it's part of ongoing Tory protest over carve-up of committee chairs by Lab/Lib/Green groups. V petty and undignified.
In Waterloo cafe. Amusing listening to TfL staff from Palestra talk about dysfunctional managers, Routemasters (bad) and bendy buses (good)
Fashion show flash mob starting in Crucifix Lane with @Pierregarroudi turquoise collection
Troy Boy - free open-air opera down by the river http://se1.info/koODfj
@lukewaterfield all the Tories walked out.
@thebikeshow They've staged similar walkouts several times this year. I don't see how they can justify it. Appalling. Insulting.
The @LondonAssembly really doesn't do itself any favours with the appalling behaviour of some of its members.
Blackfriars Bridge motion not debated at @LondonAssembly due to walk-out by Tory members making meeting inquorate
Just published - Ministry of Sound fails to block 22-storey Newington Causeway tower http://goo.gl/fb/CvOok
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