On Thursday the London Dungeon became the latest in a series of Tooley Street businesses to shut up shop as preparations for the rebuilding of London Bridge Station continue.
Grange ward in Bermondsey has been allocated nearly £34,000 of a £30 million Government fund for community projects in the 600 most deprived neighbourhoods in England.
On Friday morning Mayor of London Boris Johnson cut a ribbon to mark the official opening of the observation decks at the top of the Shard.
Friday recap: London Dungeon, Boris at the Shard and cash for Grange ward projects http://t.co/3EY5lJvb
[Forum] Huge illuminated advertising billboard on Borough High Street http://t.co/xrHaiAlz
Man stabbed at Inner London Crown Court, Newington Causeway http://t.co/UOBRe5od
Copies of February issue of our printed what's on guide are on their way to the usual locations. PDF available here: http://t.co/L3wYFA21
Just published - London Dungeon and other Tooley Street businesses make way for London Bridge Station revamp http://t.co/mxasEf0b
Pupils from Harris Academy Bermondsey talk about their visit to the Shard: http://t.co/vdMHF91k
Around three-quarters of staff at @shardview live in Southwark, Lewisham or Lambeth
Shard "underlines what a one-horse town London is becoming, in the thrall of finance & a home to the world's hot money" http://t.co/388oylXA
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