A southern extension of the Bakerloo line would cost "in the region of £2 billion", says Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
Proposals to draw up a neighbourhood plan for the South Bank and Waterloo have moved a step closer to reality after Lambeth Council approved the intended boundaries of the plan.
A week after his death, public figures in Lambeth and Southwark are continuing to pay tribute to Mayor of Lambeth Mark Bennett.
Pet shop chain Pets at Home has opened at the Cantium Retail Park in Old Kent Road.
Lambeth planner describes the Old Vic as "a big lump of a building"
Redevelopment of Book Warehouse site in Waterloo will reduce width of pavement by 3 metres
Just published - Boris: Bakerloo line extension would cost Â£2 billion goo.gl/fb/eCUK6
@MsStreatham78 nine new flats, a restaurant and a shop.
@MsStreatham78 It was the Hoxton Hotel - that plan went out the window a long time ago
Meanwhile at Southwark, councillors will decide on redevelopment of old SSAFA hq at Queen Elizabeth Street. Also Costa Azul restaurant plan
Redevelopment of Book Warehouse site opposite the Old Vic on agenda for Lambeth planning applications committee tonight
@deptfordpudding Think the camera's to take pics of damage for insurance purposes. Also water purification tablets, torch & radio.
A few years ago the Environment Agency issued flood kits in north Southwark. Here's ours in the SE1 office: pic.twitter.com/ze3MvVPjDC
10 years ago today, Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen sprinkled mineral water over a newly planted tree in Borough High Street london-se1.co.uk/news/view/821
[Forum] Are we at risk of flooding? (and if not why not?) se1.info/1lu3tRl
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