There's the 5,000 square feet M & S food market in that big black building facing the end of Bermondsey Street. Opening "2003". As yet unbuilt, across a pedestrian square with a water feature and some trees, will be (yet another) hotel.
And then there's another supermarket in the really big (unbuilt) building in the middle of the site. This was going to be on the ground floor of a smaller office block directly on Tooley Street, but the smallish building was too small, so More London moved the supermarket space to the really big (unbuilt) building in the middle of the site. If you want a really big building for you and about 4000 of your office chums, then More London want to hear from you. Then they will purpose-build the really big building that will house the supermarket in the middle of the site.
And there's a whole street of retail (OK, Starbucks and Café Nero) going diagonally from Hays' Galleria towards Palais de Ken. This will create a nice walk through from London Bridge Station to Tower Bridge.
BTW the loony road works are "all TfL's fault" for splitting a straightforward project into three parts with three different contractors.
Yet more supermarkets and coffee shops. Why build more supermarket just inside the congestion zone? Surely the object of supermarkets is to encourage people to bulk buy, for which you need a car or a cab. Joined up thinking has lost its adhesive again.