London’s Public Art: Allies, W1
One of London's more famous works of public art can be found on New Bond Street in central London, and shows Winston Churchill and Franklin D Roosevelt chatting together on a wooden bench.
London’s Alleys: Medici Courtyard, W1
A polished and modern space, this alley links Bond Street with Hanover Square, and was built as part of the Crossrail project.
London’s Alleys: Haunch of Venison Yard, W1
A side alley off posh Bond Street that is a back entrance to an auction house but is more notable for the distinctive name of the yard.
London’s Alleys: Lancashire Court, W1
This is a cluster of alleys just off Bond Street that all share the same name, but were once totally separate alleys entirely.
London’s Alleys: Bloomfield Place, W1
A short clean alley that's notable for the being the site of one of London's earliest electricity supplies, for the Grosvenor Gallery, and the substation site is still in use today.
Fewer shops on Oxford Street in £3 billion revamp
The shopping heart of London will soon have fewer shops, after the local trade group announced plans for a large-scale revamp of the area.