Last week we reported that a final decision on whether to allow the Garden Bridge to use Lambeth Council-owned land on the South Bank would be made by councillors in November.
Plans to turn a disused fire brigade workshop just off Albert Embankment into a pop-up museum and event space have been approved by Lambeth councillors.
Plans for a new home for the historic collections of the Church of England - to be built in the gardens of Lambeth Palace - have been revealed by the Church Commissioners.
Wednesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2016-09-07
TfLBusAlerts Buses serving Borough High Street are diverted southbound due to a broken down bus blocking the road at London Bridge
£1.7m house for sale in Roupell Street: rightmove.co.uk/property-for-s…
@follyforlondon Have deleted that tweet - it was from last year’s event
Broken down bus on Borough High Street twitter.com/TfLTrafficNews…
@BenRymer yes. We were first to report on the list of rules.
estwebber One MP complains about over-resourcing of infrastructure in London
Kate Hoey says maybe the difference is they don't have a Joanna Lumley
estwebber Oliver Colvile keeps going with this, says he wants Garden Bridge to be "a hedgehog superhighway"
@Sthwarkscrutiny No webcast this time?
"The Government wishes it every success" - Andrew Jones’s final words in #gardenbridge debate.
"I recognise and understand concerns raised" by Kate Hoey & others says transport minister Andrew Jones #gardenbridge
#gardenbridge "unique and exciting project" says minister - will showcase ambition, creativity and talent of UK
"No significant faults" found with #gardenbridge procurement says minister.
#gardenbridge will be "a tranquil place which I hope will be used by residents in the area" - transport minister Andrew Jones MP.
#gardenbridge "open to all and no charge to use it" insists transport minister
Bob Stewart MP intervenes on the Minister to criticise felling of 29 trees on South Bank for #gardenbridge
Central Government has "no intention" of giving more than the £30m already pledged to #gardenbridge
The Government will now underwrite £9m of #gardenbridge cancellation costs, with private sector paying anything above that, says minister
Minister explaining why and how Government decided to underwrite #gardenbridge cancellation costs.
Government considered there was "a reasonable chance" that part-funding #gardenbridge would represent value for money.
Transport minister Andrew Jones says #gardenbridge will be "iconic" and "innovative".
Minister says he recognises that the #gardenbridge divides opinion.
Andrew Jones MP explains that minister responsible for #gardenbridge is Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon.
Transport minister Andrew Jones will be replying to the #gardenbridge debate
"Who has sold us down the river?" asks Kate Hoey
Lambeth, Coin Street and Sadiq Khan could each stop the #gardenbridge tomorrow if they wanted, argues Hoey
No-one wants to be the one who pulls the plug on #gardenbridge says Hoey
#gardenbridge pushed through by "cosy little cartel" says Kate Hoey
List of funders for #gardenbridge is "all smoke and mirrors" - Kate Hoey
This is what Bob Stewart said last year on TV twitter.com/se1/status/663…
Bob Stewart MP says he’s "increasingly against" #gardenbridge
Kate Hoey questioning role of EY (Ernst & Young) who were involved in #gardenbridge related audit and are also donors to the project.
Kate Hoey is talking about Richard De Cani (TfL) and Isabel Dedring (GLA) who were involved in #gardenbridge and now work for Arup
Kate Hoey is now talking about the TfL-run procurement process that led to Arup and Heatherwick winning the #gardenbridge job
estwebber alert: Oliver Colvile asks if Dept for Transport considered whether there should be room for hedgehogs on the Garden Bridge
Kate Hoey reminds the Commons that when #gardenbridge was first announced it was said not to require public money. Now £60m+
Kate Hoey also criticises Joanna Lumley for her attitude to local people’s concerns regarding #gardenbridge
Kate Hoey describes Evening Standard as "mouthpiece of the #gardenbridge trust"
@CllrBGentry Southwark cabinet meets at 4pm.
Se_Railway SE-UPDATE Some services may be diverted to Cannon Street or Blackfriars to ease congestion through London Bridge caused by signalling issues
@jdaviescoates We may well revisit the idea of co-op or similar structure in medium term.
@jdaviescoates Thanks. Have looked with interest at Bristol Cable, for instance. For a long time we talked about becoming CIC.
Free beer at Waterloo Station pic.twitter.com/izYFJ58OeV
Security stepped up at Al Jazeera studios in the Shard after reporter receives death threat: standard.co.uk/news/world/pol…
£15m facade of new skyscraper at Elephant & Castle is being prefabricated in Portadown, Northern Ireland: belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/news/…
Big thanks to everyone who's joined membership scheme to help save SE1 website - a good start but still a way to go london-se1.co.uk/membership/
Ministry of Justice says that going digital has enabled it to avoid printing a stack of paper as high as the Shard: theyworkforyou.com/debates/?id=20…
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