The Mayor of London has revealed plans to add two more hydrogen fuel cell buses to the fleet on route RV1.
Lambeth Council is sending four senior officials to Cannes this week in a bid to convince developers to invest in Waterloo and other regeneration areas across the borough.
The London Eye is offering champagne to some of its visitors this week to celebrate the observation wheel's 15th anniversary.
Monday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-03-09
@paulsimpson1976 it is very odd. Will try to find out.
Two more hydrogen buses to be added to the RV1 fleet london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8121
Lower Marsh Market in the mid-late 1980s: youtube.com/watch?v=WZEKip…
Butler's Wharf in the mid 1980s (approx): youtube.com/watch?v=fvcrEY…
Roupell Street and Cornwall Road in the late 1980s: youtube.com/watch?v=STeq_M…
Builders of luxury flats in Union Street have mailbox for passers-by to leave compliments. pic.twitter.com/B4dkscqU8P
Lewisham Southwark College - opening new doors for its students ... But not very fast pic.twitter.com/L1bDdAMaV4
Network Rail: this evening "London Bridge station is likely to be extremely busy with a queuing system in place to ensure passenger safety"
1991: collapse of Festival Pier on the South Bank: youtube.com/watch?v=dd4kso…
Think the O2 £1 lunch offer might explain the huge queue at Upper Crust on Waterloo Station pic.twitter.com/bJwNOedWAQ
Lambeth Council sends four-strong team to Cannes to woo property developers: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8120
Six-month vegetarian pop-up cafe/shop @feastonthemove opens today on St Thomas Street (just along from Starbucks)
One of the two travelators at Waterloo Tube Station will be out of action till late April
SouthernRailUK London Bridge services are going to be amended throughout the day & the station is likely to be busy pease use alternative routes
54 weeks of roadworks begin today: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8118
Just published - London Eye celebrates 15 years as a South Bank landmark goo.gl/fb/WchlGh
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