Three men have been charged with kidnap and actual bodily harm after a teenage boy was kidnapped in Old Kent Road on Friday afternoon.
Southwark Council has reopened the official consultation process on proposals to draw up a neighbourhood plan for the Bermondsey area.
The decision of Southwark's Labour cabinet to approve a new Blackfriars Road supplementary planning document (SPD) is to be scrutinised by a cross-party committee.
The long-awaited new Foyles Bookshop at Waterloo Station opened its doors on Saturday morning.
Monday recap: Blackfriars Road decision challenged + Foyles Waterloo Station + another hitch for Bermondsey localism se1.info/1lpQfor
An Elephant at Waterloo: harlequinteaset.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/an-…
Lambeth cabinet has approved the designation of the Lambeth portion of the South Bank & Waterloo @SowNeighbours neighbourhood planning area
@mr_DavidMoore Or even looking west from Guy's
Just published - Three men charged over Old Kent Road kidnapping goo.gl/fb/XIAON
Lambeth finance chief @P_McGlone - v challenging to find £25m savings. "We know residents are struggling with high cost of living"
Lambeth Cabinet meeting is beginning with tributes to the Mayor, Cllr Mark Bennett, who died last week (see london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7379 )
Queering The Picture se1.info/1fZk79K
TfL confirms that Borough, Lambeth North and Southwark stations will be shut (again) during #tubestrike on Wednesday & Thursday this week
Just published - Blackfriars Road planning guidance: cross-party scrutiny committee probes Southwark Labour decision goo.gl/fb/EkOUz
Leathermarket Community Sculpture Exhibition: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
Cubanamojito A film crew has taken over Cubana today so we aren't open - sorry to disappoint our hungry hoards but it will taste even better tomorrow!
Lovely tribute to Mayor of Lambeth Mark Bennett from his Southwark counterpart Abdul Mohamed: pic.twitter.com/cnIKHp1Lfn
Heavy traffic on Blackfriars Road this morning
Save the Rose: as seen through the eyes of one Southwark resident se1.info/Ns7DgU - 25 years on
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