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Southwark News
Airbnb on council estates: housing boss urges 'test case
1 HR AGO - Southwark's housing boss says that she wants the council to take legal action against leaseholders Expand
South Bank's Sea Containers hotel drops Mondrian brand
6 DAYS AGO - The Mondrian London hotel on the South Bank has been renamed as Sea Containers London.
Listed status for Guy's Hospital war memorial
10/01/2019 - The memorial bearing the names of the 238 staff and students of Guy's Hospital killed in the First Expand
TfL plans 24-hour bus lane on Old Kent Road and New Kent Road
08/01/2019 - Transport for London is proposing to extend the hours of the westbound bus lanes on Old Kent Road Expand
Homophobic assault on the South Bank: police appeal
08/01/2019 - Detectives have issued an image of three men they are looking to identify following a homophobic Expand
Armed police called to Elephant & Castle as man waves 'machete
21/12/2018 - Armed police were called to a restaurant at the Elephant & Castle on Saturday night after a man Expand
Derek Jarman to get blue plaque at Butler's Wharf
17/12/2018 - The site of filmmaker Derek Jarman's 1970s studio at Butler's Wharf in Shad Thames is to be marked Expand
SE1 projects share £3.3 million from Mayor's Good Growth Fund
14/12/2018 - The Africa Centre, Southwark Playhouse, St John's Waterloo and the Bricklayers Arms Oasis are Expand
Car crashes into tube depot wall, scattering bricks on track
13/12/2018 - Bricks tumbled onto the tracks at the Bakerloo line's London Road Depot on Tuesday night when a Expand
Was a foreign government behind Southwark Council 'cyber-attack'?
1 HR AGO - A 'foreign government' could have been responsible for an attack on the Southwark Council website Expand
Minicab drivers hold congestion charge demo in Blackfriars Road
14/01/2019 - Traffic in Blackfriars Road was halted on Monday morning as minicab drivers protested outside Expand
Royal visit to South Bank as Meghan becomes National Theatre patron
10/01/2019 - The Duchess of Sussex is expected to make an official visit to the South Bank in the next few Expand
Southwark Council buys Courage Yard next to Tower Bridge
08/01/2019 - Southwark Council is the new owner of the Courage Yard complex of homes, shops and offices next to Expand
Westminster to relocate dustcart depot from Mandela Way
07/01/2019 - Westminster City Council is to relocate its dustcart depot from its current site in Mandela Way to Expand
Police investigating rape seek man seen on CCTV at London Bridge
19/12/2018 - The City of London Police have released images of a man they wish to speak to as part of their Expand
Free Xmas access to Castle Centre for emergency services workers
17/12/2018 - This Christmas emergency services workers and frontline NHS staff will be able to use the Castle Expand
Man sentenced for sexually touching woman on Waterloo escalators
14/12/2018 - A 21-year-old man has been ordered to carry out 240 hours of unpaid work and sign the sex Expand
Garden Bridge Trust claims £5m of public money for wind-up costs
12/12/2018 - A further £5.12 million of taxpayers' money could be paid to the Garden Bridge Trust to meet the Expand
Woman racially abused at Waterloo Tube: police appeal
3 DAYS AGO - The British Transport Police have released an image of a man they are keen to trace following a Expand
All change in Lambeth as Lib Peck quits for City Hall job
14/01/2019 - Lambeth Council will soon have a new leader after Cllr Lib Peck announced her resignation from the Expand
Old Kent Road skyscrapers: heritage watchdog's 'growing concern
08/01/2019 - Heritage watchdog Historic England has warned Southwark Council of its "growing concern" over the Expand
Meymott Street: two-way cycling proposed
08/01/2019 - Plans to allow two-way cycling along the whole length of Meymott Street have been published by Expand
Days Hotel: plans for 13-storey tower rejected on appeal
07/01/2019 - A planning inspector has upheld Lambeth Council's decision to reject plans for a 13-storey Expand
Former William IV pub in Harper Road facing demolition
17/12/2018 - Plans to redevelop the former William IV pub at the corner of Harper Road and Rockingham Street Expand
Waterloo concourse carol concert raises cash for foodbanks
14/12/2018 - Foodbanks in Waterloo and Sherborne are sharing the proceeds from a carol concert on the concourse Expand
Question Time returns to the Greenwood for Dimbleby's farewell
14/12/2018 - The BBC's Question Time programme returned to its original venue at the Greenwood Theatre for the Expand