Monthly Archives: November 2016

TfL’s Christmas present to London

The bus station has to go. Why? “It’s money” says TfL’s Director of Commercial Development. From Helen and Pauline Close to the Versace designed apartments of the Aykon Tower, destined for sale to the Mega Rich investors of the far … Continue reading

Posted in The Vauxhall gyratory

Neat and tidy – the Rowton House of our times?

Rooms for key workers in Kennington provided by Emmaus Lambeth Community Charity: Rowton House:

Posted in Local developments

The Dumont (22 – 29 Albert Embankment)

Luxury tall tower development The Dumont (22 – 29 Albert Embankment) has now been granted planning permission. More details:  

Posted in Vauxhall cluster of tall towers

Floodlit ads in Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens?

Whatever next? The possibilities are endless –  perhaps a drive through burger bar? For more stories please see

Posted in Local parks and gardens

Why Kate Hoey must vote against article 50

Please write to remind her that as an MP it is her duty to represent her constituency in parliament.

Posted in Beyond ...

The £58.7 billion Brexit campaign bus

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BBC radio to go 60% private

Did you know that under the BBC’s new draft charter, a whopping 60% of radio content will come from private providers? We can’t let our radio programmes be controlled by profit-driven corporations rather than those serving the public interest. Tell … Continue reading

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