A large-scale art installation made from corrugated metal has been installed around the high altar of Southwark Cathedral as the latest in a series of artistic responses to the season of Lent.
The not-for-profit trust which manages Potters Fields Park has objected to plans by the owners of The Ivy Cafe to build an extension overlooking the park as part of a new restaurant in the One Tower Bridge development.
Thursday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-03-02
Join the Great British Spring Clean at Potters Fields Park london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
@lb_southwark Not sure that's the right link - no mention of walks on that page?
Springtime on the Rockingham Estate pic.twitter.com/W02f6zUBiG
@follyforlondon 35 minutes in (the link should automatically jump to the right place)
@evanuba Good point. Will change wording.
Tesco Express on Borough High Street now being fitted out as part of KCL development pic.twitter.com/3bHJQLIbxT
Potters Fields Park - is The Ivy's "glamour and sophistication" a good reason to put planning policy aside? london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9099
Just published - Potters Fields Park Trust blasts The Ivy's restaurant plan dlvr.it/NWZDSn
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