A giant zip wire offering views of Parliament and Lambeth Palace could be installed in Archbishop's Park this summer if plans are approved by Lambeth Council.
London South Bank University plans to demolish an Edwardian school building and a 1990s social housing block on its campus near Elephant & Castle.
The Metropolitan Police has installed a giant digital sign in Waterloo Road urging passengers arriving at the station not to give money to beggars.
Southwark's Labour administration has admitted that it won't meet its commitment to build 1,500 new council homes by 2018, with just 400 to be completed by the end of that year.
Wednesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-05-10
Edwardian primary school building facing demolition london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9212
Would you pay Â£25 to have a go on a zipwire next to Lambeth Palace? london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9213
Yesterday afternoon the Princess Royal visited the Peabody estate on Blackfriars Road
Just published - Zip wire with views of Parliament and Lambeth Palace proposed for Archbishop's Park dlvr.it/P6FWCc
Traders from Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre made a deputation to Southwark's cabinet meeting yesterday. Video: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9209
32 housing association properties lost as Peabody sells block of flats to university dlvr.it/P6BBXs
Just published - LSBU to demolish Edwardian school and 1990s social housing block dlvr.it/P6BBXs
Just published - Police warn Waterloo passengers not to give to beggars dlvr.it/P693vB
Just published - Southwark: just 400 of 1,500 promised council homes will be ready by 2018 dlvr.it/P67wpw
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