Mayor of London Boris Johnson will next week be questioned about why Transport for London is blocking plans to remodel the northern roundabout at Elephant & Castle.
Local projects have been awarded a total of £11,200 from the new Bermondsey Square Community Fund.
Thursday recap: Elephant northern roundabout latest plus Bermondsey Square community fund http://se1.info/mtsGqG
Singapore Takeout: pop-up restaurant arrives on the South Bank tomorrow http://se1.info/ijv5Xm
Just published - Elephant & Castle northern roundabout: 'peninsula' plan in jeopardy http://goo.gl/fb/zPZpv
Bermondsey Community Council tonight: learn about London Bridge Station development plans http://se1.info/iN6l2J
Just published - Bermondsey Square Community Fund awards Â£11,000 to local projects http://goo.gl/fb/ev8JA
Simon Hughes MP pays tribute to Duke of Edinburgh - the ultimate "active citizen" - in the week of his 90th birthday http://se1.info/ldPKtY
Free modern opera down by the Thames tonight http://se1.info/koODfj
RT @ARKSchools: Walworth Academy Principal Devon Hanson tells ITN what made school one of best improvers in country. See News at 10 tonight
The Church of Scientology is the subject of tonight's South East London Folklore Society talk http://se1.info/kXcugF
Archbishop of York discharged from St Thomas' Hospital; thanks staff and well-wishers http://se1.info/itGceq
SE1 "is full of quaint structures that mingle with new and exciting developments, promising a contemporary lifestyle" http://se1.info/iLz6CU
Developers of Weston Street luxury flats hold sales exhibition in Hong Kong http://se1.info/iLz6CU
RT @TracyGreen1978: What's going on at London Bridge/Potters Fields? Lots of half naked people in shorts and bikinis? Anyone?
Reports of many dead fish in the Thames as sewers overflow into river due to heavy rain http://www.rivertac.org/...
Interested in the history and architecture of London Bridge Station? http://se1.info/lWXOyO
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