The final details of Southwark Council's share in the profits of Lendlease's 37-storey One The Elephant tower have been revealed, and the luxury development has met the full cost of the The Castle leisure centre.
Around 1,000 people a day spend 50p to spend a penny at the Jubiloo on the South Bank - but planning permission for the structure expires in a month's time.
Transport for London is to widen the carriageway and reduce the width of the pavements under the railway bridge on Tower Bridge Road.
Developer Land Securities have won planning permission for an office development between Park Street and Sumner Street in the Bankside area.
Wednesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-03-08
Just published - Lendlease's One The Elephant luxury flats meet full cost of Castle leisure centre dlvr.it/NZVlZW
Seems that bus involved in Kennington Road collision was out of service and not carrying passengers.
'Boris bus' New Routemaster on route 59 involved in incident outside Imperial War Museum
TfLTrafficNews A23 Kennington Road is closed in both directions between Brook Drive and Lambeth Road due to a collision. Delays on all approaches.
Rochester Estate pic.twitter.com/dCgwP91M4c
Southwark planners have turned down another application to turn SE1 home into Airbnb-style short stay accommodation planbuild.southwark.gov.uk:8190/online-applica…
Just published - Narrower pavements: TfL plan to speed up Tower Bridge Road buses dlvr.it/NZHwJY
Just published - 1,000 new jobs on Bankside as 10-storey Park Street / Sumner Street office scheme is approved dlvr.it/NZHDBw
Southwark planning chair uses casting vote to OK demolition of 19th-century hop warehouse off Union Street london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9108
Prince of Wales visits St Thomas' Hospital london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9105
Draft House pub quizzes raise £500 for cancer charity london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9106
Southwark makes it more difficult for developers to turn pubs into offices or shops london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9107
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