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Thursday 17 September 2015

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Tweets on 17 September 2015

Tonight will probe decision to introduce £16 fee for bulky waste collection - watch live stream twitter.com/gavinedwards77…

via Twitter for iPhone

GavinEdwards77 tonight live at bambuser.com/channel/southw… 6.30 start. Cemeteries strategy and Env & Leisure fees & charges on agenda @se1

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 6:02 PM, Sep 17th, 2015 via Twitter for iPhone)

"There are clearly lessons from this that we will learn for future projects" says TfL's De Cani - but insists VfM assured

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MayorWatch AMs believe Heatherwick was tipped off by TfL or Boris that a Garden Bridge was specifically wanted & rivals weren't told the same.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 4:07 PM, Sep 17th, 2015 via Twitter for Mac)

Trust has raised £127m of £175m required says TfL

via Twitter for Mac

TfL's Richard De Cani asked by @DarrenJohnsonAM how confident he is that will be built.

"Quite confident" he replies.

via Twitter for Mac

No requirement for groups of 8+ to pre-register to cross the "under normal circumstances" insists TfL's Richard De Cani

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Walter Menteth has twice used "aberrant" to describe TfL's procurement processes for design & engineering @LondonAssembly

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MayorWatch Lab AM @ValShawcross says it looks like the process was tinkered with to get a pre-determined desired result.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 3:56 PM, Sep 17th, 2015 via Twitter for Mac)

Richard de Cani on TfL's involvement in - "Our role has grown incrementally in response to a number of factors"

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Rerunning  procurement "wouldn't be a good use of money [or] an appropriate thing to do" says TfL's Richard de Cani

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- "I've never seen a process quite like this" in 10 years in architectural journalism, Will Hurst tells @LondonAssembly

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Architect @WalterMenteth gives damning verdict on procurement at @LondonAssembly

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AndrewBoff It's clear the the procurement process for the design of the should be reopened. andrewboff.com/gardenbridge/

via Twitter for iPad (retweeted on 3:03 PM, Sep 17th, 2015 via Twitter for Mac)

tomcopley I'm astonished by TfL insistence that Garden Bridge design procurement was fair. Heatherwick were party to info that other bidders were not

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 2:48 PM, Sep 17th, 2015 via Twitter for Mac)

Unambiguous statement re from local councillor twitter.com/benkind/status…

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@tomcopley says if he was Marks Barfield or Wilkinson Eyre he'd be "pretty angry" about procurement process for bridge

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- @tomcopley says it's hard to believe TfL didn't show favouritism to Heatherwick when assessing design procurement

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@TheBigGayAl That was the suggestion for large groups, but has been denied

via Twitter for Mac in reply to TheBigGayAl

- Richard De Cani says TfL would have approached original procurement differently if they'd known how things would pan out.

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tomcopley Oversight Committee is starting. We're looking at the procurement process for the design of the Garden Bridge. Frankly it stinks.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 2:20 PM, Sep 17th, 2015 via Twitter for Mac)

@TheBigGayAl Onward walking routes for rail commuters from station to City / West End etc (in theory)

via Twitter for Mac in reply to TheBigGayAl

partially a response to growing commuter numbers at Waterloo Station says TfL's Richard De Cani at @LondonAssembly

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GLA Oversight Committee may hold further hearing re procurement if they're not happy with answers, warns @Len_Duvall

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- "This is not your greatest moment in procurement exercises" - @Len_Duvall tells TfL's Richard De Cani

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City Hall security guard injured at yesterday is out of hospital, Jeff Jacobs tells GLA Oversight Committee

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being discussed at @LondonAssembly GLA Oversight Committee this afternoon - live webcast london.gov.uk/webcasts/42643…

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Don't think Jeremy Corbyn will be taking part in this MasterCard promotion at Waterloo Station pic.twitter.com/lnvo8OlT7h

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Bermondsey Street Festival finale on Saturday will be free open-air sunset screening of Flash Gordon in Bermondsey Sq:london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

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Free loaves of bread today at new branch of Gail's Bakery at Neo Bankside, Holland Street london-se1.co.uk/restaurants/in… pic.twitter.com/0Qiku6Bf4f

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Royal visit to @The_Globe on Bankside tonight - Princess Royal attending dinner as president of Edith Cavell Centenary Appeal.

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Selma is tonight's free movie screening at The Scoop: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

via TweetDeck

nuttyxander What kind of evil twisted genius shuts the elephant and castle cycle bypass whilst it's being rebuilt as well? pic.twitter.com/pJ6swAFY55

via iOS (retweeted on 9:18 AM, Sep 17th, 2015 via Tweetbot for Mac)

Open Evening at Downside Fisher Youth Club tonight: london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…

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