Bankside Open Spaces Trust (BOST) has once again been recognised for thequality of its open spaces and work within the local community, receiving two GoldRoyal Horticultural Society London in Bloom 2017 awards.
Thomas Heatherwick has blamed Brexit for the demise of the Garden Bridge project and hinted that the scheme might one day be revived.
City Hall has agreed to give an extra £175,000 to the fund set up to support businesses in and around Borough Market whose futures were threatened by the terrorist attack on 3 June.
A clampdown on the building of new hotels around Waterloo and the South Bank is being considered by Lambeth Council.
Just published - Double gold award for Bankside's green spaces at London in Bloom dlvr.it/PvmSGT
Cows for sale ... in Waterloo. pic.twitter.com/eNO3ttGMeU
Mr Khan greeted a couple of passing skateboarders as he made his way in to the Royal Festival Hall with his family twitter.com/se1/status/919â€¦
New hotel has to be capable of demolition in 28 days if Network Rail needs access to viaduct beyond it twitter.com/se1/status/919â€¦
New hotel in Lower Marsh built from shipping containers - first section craned in this weekendâ€¦ twitter.com/i/web/status/9â€¦
Just published - Should Lambeth say 'no more hotels' in Waterloo? dlvr.it/PvjNPb
Lifeboat skipper recalls how he rescued terrified survivors in chaotic aftermath of the London Bridge terror attack sundaypost.com/fp/lifeboat-skâ€¦
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