The South Kensington subway – a history
Running under the road between South Kensington station and the Museums is a Victorian subway, and depending on how you look at it, it's either longer than it was, or shorter than it should be.
An unexpected history in the stone benches outside Kensington’s museums
If you wander along Exhibition Road to the museums, you might spy a cluster of old stone benches amongst all the modern street furniture and wonder why they're here.
South Kensington tube station property redevelopment blocked
Last night, after a marathon 3.5-hour debate, Kensington and Chelsea council decided to block planned oversite development around South Kensington tube station.
South Kensington tube station development recomended for approval
Plans to redevelop the land around South Kensington tube station have been recommended for approval by a planning inspector report, although the final decision lies with the Councillors.
London’s Pocket Parks: Prince’s Gardens, SW7
This is a large garden square near South Kensington's museums but hidden away behind rows of houses so only the locals know about it.
Cromwell Place – South Kensington’s art dealer collective
A South Kensington building that looks like a posh hotel is in fact a collection of art galleries -- and it's freely open to the public.
London’s Alleys: Cromwell Mews, SW7
This is another of the posh mews that were once shabby stables, and it can be found just around the corner from South Kensington tube station.
TfL’s Lost Property Office is to move to a new home
The famous repository of forgotten umbrellas and teddy bears, the Lost Property office is moving home after nearly 90 years in its current home.
A London Underground themed hotel opens
A hotel near Gloucester Road tube station has been redecorated with a design based on the London Underground.
London’s Pocket Parks – Yalta Memorial Garden, SW7
This modest little triangular plot is surrounded by two major roads, but also contains a very important memorial.