A London Assembly member has called on the Mayor of London and Southwark Council to introduce a 20 mph speed limit in the Elephant & Castle area after a 5-year-old boy was killed in a collision with a lorry.
The new restaurants on levels 31 to 33 of the Shard will levy a cover charge on their guests to prevent tourists from catching the lift to enjoy the view.
The Ministry of Sound has written to communities secretary Eric Pickles urging him to intervene to prevent the demolition of a disused office block next to the nightclub.
Professor Martin Earwicker, vice-chancellor of London South Bank University, has announced his retirement at the end of the current academic year.
A portable building which will serve as a temporary National Rail ticket office during the rebuilding of London Bridge Station was delivered during a weekend closure of the bus station.
Lower Marsh Market is to see another change of management when Westminster Artisans leave the street at the end of this week.
Monday recap: Ministry of Sound; LSBU VC to retire; London Bridge Station; Lower Marsh Market & more http://t.co/9b1vgPZw
BREAKING: A man has been arrested tonight in Worthing in connection with criminal damage to a Mark Rothko painting at @Tate Modern yesterday
Shangri-La Hotel signs installed outside The Shard http://t.co/ocQV4uFu
RT @roundaboutnews: Small prang, inside lane, southbound near the Rockingham Arms.
TfL reporting an accident on Tower Bridge Road near the Tooley Street junction
@GrahamNeale To be fair there are already TfL trixi mirrors at Abbey Street jct - and many of the other key roads in SE1 are also TfL-run.
SE1 has a new thoroughfare http://t.co/u3i7oYQB
Postcard view of Westminster Bridge from the Lambeth side, circa 1910 http://t.co/J50gfhnW
Just published - Shard restaurants will levy cover charge to deter sightseers http://t.co/Bjk1YZpd
Just published - Ministry of Sound calls on Eric Pickles to block Eileen House demolition http://t.co/m7mAVr1W
Just published - Temporary ticket office delivered to London Bridge Station; changes to buses 17, 48 & 149 http://t.co/lhCAHjF8
Berkeley Homes markets £20m Potters Fields home in Dubai http://t.co/XH4rKbye
The History of Anatomy - free lecture http://t.co/4sighpcP
Malaysia Week continues today on the South Bank http://t.co/Ipy1ktX5
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust owed £8m by foreign nationals ('health tourists') http://t.co/EvkGJfSh
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