Transport for London has revealed plans to expand Bankside Pier as part of a £10 million project to increase the capacity of Thames passenger boat services.
The Old Vic theatre's experimental performance space in the railway arches below Waterloo Station is to close in mid-March.
The long-running saga of the redevelopment of Eileen House at Newington Causeway looks set to run and run after the Mayor of London cancelled a planned City Hall public hearing.
The Twentieth Century Society, which campaigns to safeguard the heritage of architecture and design since 1914, has lodged a formal objection to the demolition of Sampson House on Bankside.
The Waterloo Health Centre in Lower Marsh has announced that it abolishing the traditional system of walk-in consultations and appointment-booking.
Thursday recap: Eileen House, Sampson House, Bankside Pier and Old Vic Tunnels http://t.co/CPH3t3CcKa
Just published - Bankside Pier to be expanded http://t.co/2IqPoPfyTc
Will Eileen House be planning's answer to Jarndyce v Jarndyce? http://t.co/qdC7lEfkPl
Just published - Boris delays Eileen House decision - again - as planning application's fourth anniversary passes http://t.co/Ab7bK9EF2a
Free Lunchtime Recital at St George the Martyr today http://t.co/QDghhADc4X
Just published - Waterloo Health Centre: patients must have telephone consultation before GP will see them in person http://t.co/ehhMCgvbLx
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