Transport for London has announced details of its proposed changes to bus services during the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Summer 2012.
Southwark Council leader Peter John has revealed that he has asked for the cut-down versions of the Union Flag and St George's Flag currently flown from flagpoles above the authority's Tooley Street offices to be replaced with full-size versions.
Plans for a major redevelopment of London Bridge Station - including demolition of the South Eastern Railway offices in Tooley Street and permanent closure of Stainer Street and part of Weston Street - have been approved by Southwark's planning committee.
Wednesday recap: London Bridge Station redevelopment approved - pics & video; plus Tooley Street flag controversy http://t.co/8WDEe2Oe
Bermondsey Street's @Jose_Pizarro is on BBC2 now with Rick Stein
Just published - Bus route 344 won't be able to cross Southwark Bridge during the Olympics and Paralympics http://t.co/EDzdceYd
[Forum] Mandela Way: is there a parcel-related vortex in the space-time continuum? http://t.co/UvdG0jOL
Nearly 20 people applied for job as headteacher of new Southwark Free School; 4 on shortlist; appointment in New Year http://t.co/V9BKjVyW
See a flythrough video of the new London Bridge Station http://t.co/ASehrF2b
[Forum] Are you offended by Southwark Council's modified version of the Union Flag and St George's Flag? http://t.co/s5auz7Sz
Difficult to overstate the significance of the London Bridge Station redevelopment http://t.co/ASehrF2b
Traffic from St Thomas Street will be diverted extra mile via Bricklayers Arms when London Bridge Station work starts http://t.co/ASehrF2b
Just published - NEW PICTURES: London Bridge Station redevelopment gets green light from Southwark councillors http://t.co/TjMNBcDO
Great Guildford Street flood update: RT @thameswater: Hi. Just to let you know we're on site about to begin repair. Jon
[Forum] South Bank Christmas Market - "cheap and nasty (though not cheap)"? Share your view: http://t.co/wEeAmDW1
@thameswater just south of the junction with Southwark Street. Think someone reported it by twitter yesterday - may already have it logged
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