Sites in Colombo Street, Deverell Street, Weston Street and Welsford Street are among those chosen by Southwark Council for the development of new homes.
Southwark's regeneration boss has admitted that plans to sell council homes in The Cut to a private developer should not have been scheduled for approval at a forthcoming cabinet meeting.
Lambeth councillors have approved plans to remove on-site affordable housing from a riverside development on Albert Embankment.
Plans for a 218-bed apart-hotel in Westminster Bridge Road have been approved by Lambeth councillors.
Wednesday recap: today's local news is all about new homes and hotels se1.info/1byDiDy
The @ColomboCentre is now on Twitter
Southwark leader @peterjohn6 blames "administrative error in regeneration dept" for publication of proposal to sell part of Styles House
Anyone want to turn the Grange into a co-operative community pub? london-se1.co.uk/forum/read/1/1…
Southwark full council meeting tonight - follow @councilassembly for coverage. Theme: Green Southwark & sustainable transport
Just published - Southwark reveals second batch of sites for new council homes inc possible demolition of GP surgery goo.gl/fb/DMeRQ
Just published - Council delays plans to sell part of Styles House in The Cut goo.gl/fb/ps1PN
"What tube will take me to the Eiffel Tower?" - most bizarre question asked this year at @travelodge in Waterloo Road
Human excrement in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park will be discussed at Southwark @councilassembly tonight
Just published - On-site affordable housing removed from Albert Embankment millionaires' tower goo.gl/fb/sZXWx
New development on Terminal Studios site in Lamb Walk will be called "Tower Bridge Gardens". Not much garden and not near Tower Bridge.
Just published - Marlin Apartments wins approval for "flagship" Waterloo apart-hotel but CP Hart fears for future goo.gl/fb/e65be
Police VOSA goods vehicle checkpoint in Blackfriars Road pic.twitter.com/OVxC21QcY3
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