The slow rumbling plans to upgrade the massively overcrowded South Kensington tube station moved an inch forward last week, when local residents and workers were shown some of the plans.
The grand Grosvenor Square in central London is to get a 300th anniversary make-over, and the lead design team has been announced.
Images of what will eventually be one of the best interconnected railway hubs in South-East England have been released.
The two roads that run from Leicester Square towards Trafalgar Square are to get a major revamp with wider pavements and fewer cars.
This year marks the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s voyage to the new world to escape religious freedoms in England, and there are a number of events being planned to mark the anniversary.
Plans to restore the amazing subway underneath part of the Crystal Palace has been given a boost by the local council.
Sainsbury’s has formally filed a planning application for a development that could cause problems with the Bakerloo line extension.
The large space open air bus stops outside Victoria Station could become a pedestrian plaza, under plans put forward by the local business group.
Paddington Square, the huge office development next to Paddington Station has released new images, including of the planned Bakerloo line entrance.
The covered footbridge that has linked London Bridge station with the 1980s development next to the river is to be demolished.
The largest green wall in Europe has been approved for the City of London, with a new hotel to go where an old office block currently sits.
The controversial plans for a tulip shaped viewing tower are back, with an appeal logged against the decision to block its construction.
Not far from Beckton DLR depot is an odd road that seems somewhat oversized and impressive for the minimal amount of traffic that uses it.
More information has been released about TfL’s plans to turn a long length of land next to a railway into blocks of flats.
The Museum of London has filed the formal planning application that will see it move from its London Wall site to the derelict market buildings at Smithfield.
With the City of London considering moving its historic meat market out of Smithfield, thoughts are turning to what could done with the empty buildings.
Two large artificial “trees” have been installed outside Leytonstone tube station and on the High Road to help improve air quality in the area.
One of Thames Water’s most spectacular structures – hidden under ancient woodland in London – was revealed in all its Victorian glory during maintenance work recently.
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