The decade old information kiosk outside Holborn tube station could be replaced by a series of digital screens, if plans by the local business group is carried out.
Network Rail is calling on architects and designers to come up with ideas for improved seating in some of London's mainline station.
The V&A's Museum of Childhood in East London has secured planning permission for a large revamp of the listed building.
A fairly grim concrete office block that included a covered walkway between London Bridge and the railway station is to be demolished and redeveloped.
A cluster of towers planned for the bankside area is likely to go ahead after one of the developers committed to the plans.
There's a bit of a revival going on in building land at the moment -- people are getting excited about covering buildings in ceramics.
Holborn viaduct is a long corridor of unremitting office blocks being very glass and stone, but one could go up that will be covered in green plants.
A block of 1930s council flats on the Isle of Dogs have a couple of tall posts with a decorative finial -- but what are they?
A public park just behind Oxford Street's John Lewis store could be turned into an underground shopping centre.
One of East London's earliest hospitals is currently being gutted, and there's been a chance to see inside as they work to turn it into Tower Hamlet's new Town Hall.
The famous eye hospital at Old Street could move to just behind St Pancras station after a consultation found broad support for the proposals.
The famous art-deco former headquarters for London Transport, 55 Broadway has been sold on a long leasehold agreement.
It looks like a fairly ordinary moderately old building next to a dirty noisy main road - but this old building is older than you could ever imagine. It's actually thought to be the oldest brick built building in London - and over 500 years old.
A curious space under the streets outside Charing Cross station, filled with odd shops is likely to close if a plan by the building owners is approved.
A dramatic and controversial plan for a steeped roof for the new Old Street tube station has been scrapped following feedback from Islington Council.