Seven years after it was first approved - and after several false starts - work is due to start before the end of the year on the construction of a 44-storey tower close to the Elephant & Castle's southern junction.
With a week to go until Lambeth councillors determine the Garden Bridge planning application the project has received a £3 million boost from the American banking group Citi.
Detectives investigating the murder of a teenager in Pilgrimage Street have arrested a man.
The University of the Arts London says it is "committed in principle" to finding a new home for the London College of Communication as part of a "flagship development" in the Elephant & Castle area.
British Transport Police officers investigating a violent assault on a member of staff at London Bridge Station have released CCTV pictures of the incident.
Monday recap: Garden Bridge + London College of Communication relocation + Pilgrimage Street murder latest London-SE1.co.uk/date/2014-11-03
Just published - Work to start on 44-storey Elephant & Castle tower goo.gl/fb/tlJJS2
Fishmongers‚Äô Almshouses at Elephant & Castle, c1840 flic.kr/p/pDgah8
Just published - American bank gives ¬£3 million to Garden Bridge as Lambeth councillors prepare to approve scheme goo.gl/fb/EBjMY5
TfLTrafficNews Tower Bridge - Lifts have been cancelled for today.
Just published - Man arrested on suspicion of Pilgrimage Street murder goo.gl/fb/2qNllj
Just published - London College of Communication: new Elephant & Castle campus by 2020? goo.gl/fb/GyJGhV
Tonight the Duke of Edinburgh is hosting a dinner at Buckingham Palace in his role as patron of the Shakespeare Globe Trust #bankside
Southeastern holding 'meet the manager' session at Waterloo East Station this afternoon: southeasternrailway.co.uk/thameslink/tha‚Ä¶ re London Bridge changes
Just published - 'Violent and unprovoked attack' at London Bridge Station - police appeal goo.gl/fb/o2mrGk
Pilgrimage Street murder: police continue to appeal for witnesses and information london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7920
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