The site of a riverside pier that was removed in 2012 is set to be rebuilt, restoring a riverside access that had been in use for 400 years.
Construction of Soho's first major theatre building in over 50 years has started, next to the demolished Astoria on Tottenham Court Road.
Last week, the necessary final paperwork was signed for a large housing development, that will also include a new railway station on the c2c line out of Fenchurch Street.
This is the King's Observatory, built by King George III (well, he paid other people to do the work), with one single purpose -- to be used for a few hours one evening to look at the Sun.
A listed modernist railway station is set to be restored to its original 1950s appearance.
Long standing plans to surround Shoreditch High Street station with a cluster of tower blocks have been revised and a new consultation is open.
Hidden under scaffolding lies one of East London's marvels, and soon it will be unveiled once more.
A modern university building behind the British Museum carries a "sincere apology" to a family who don't own the land.
Plans for a second entrance to Southwark tube station are set to go ahead following a recommendation from the council's planning officers that they be approved.
The King’s Observatory, a Palladian style building commissioned by King George III as an observatory for the transit of Venus is for the first time ever* letting the public inside.
Over a number of days last November, Europe's largest load test was carried out on a series of concrete piles that were installed around Moorgate tube station.
A new roof garden has opened in the City of London, and what it lacks in height, it more than makes up for in width -- it's the largest roof garden in London.
A new pedestrian and cyclist bridge across the Thames is set to go ahead after a short-list of locations was narrowed down to the final winner.
Following a trial restriction on road traffic through Bank junction, the City of London has approved the intent to pedestrianise the junction over the next few years.
Inside the newly built Walbrook entrance to Bank tube station can be found a freize of Roman inspired murals -- known as the Hutton Panels.