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 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.
Two large artificial “trees” have been installed outside Leytonstone tube station and on the High Road to help improve air quality in the area.
The Museum of London is set to move soon from its current home into a cluster of semi-derelict Victorian iron and 1960s concrete buildings.
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.