A revised set of plans for the rather ugly 1960s office block next to Waterloo station have been shown off, featuring a taping set of buildings and roof gardens.
On a side street behind the hospital, a giant brown hedgehog can be found dominating a space between two low rise buildings.
A brand new entrance has opened at Bank tube station making the Waterloo & City line considerably easier to use, and reducing congestion in the ticket hall for everyone else.
Long standing plans to surround Shoreditch High Street station with a cluster of tower blocks have been revised and a new consultation is open.
A side street off busy Bethnal Green Road is home to a Victorian building that is undergoing refurbishment, and next month is a chance to go inside and have a look.
The Museum of London has secured an additional £15 million towards the £70 million it needs to raise to fund its new museum building in Smithfield.
A glass elevator has been announced that will take people to the top of one of Battersea Power Station’s chimneys for views across central London.
A shortlist of three locations has been published for a new bridge across the Thames being designed exclusively for cyclists and pedestrians.
A book launch and exhibition for one night only to show off a range of 200 illustrations of modern London buildings.
This coming Friday (28th Sept) there’s a chance to go behind the curtain at the Hackney Empire for a behind the scenes look at the recent changes to the famous entertainment venue.
As part of the Bloomsbury Festival, there’s a chance to take in a behind the scenes tour of the grand hotel that dominates the area, the Principal London.
Images of what the Thames Embankment will look like when the Super Sewer is completed have been released.
If you head to the top floor of the National Theatre at the Southbank, then behind two anonymous wooden doors, is a corridor filled with concrete heaven — an exhibition about how the National Theatre was born out of concrete.