There's a chance to visit the next in the series of tours that Crossrail are running of their stations over the next few months.
A basement off Tottenham Court Road is currently hosting a photo exhibition of other very much grander subterranean spaces from across the world.
A vast hidden space, more than 50 feet above the Abbey's floor is set to open to the public later this year.
A new pedestrian bridge is being planned for one of the docks in Canary Wharf to relieve congestion on the existing South Quay Footbridge.
Two tours focused on modernism in the London Underground have been announced for later this year. Both tour are limited to 25 people.
We've barely taken down the lights, and plans for Christmas are already under way - with an open competition to design Oxford Street's 2018 lights.
A disused public toilet in Tottenham is being converted into a new pub, and is due to open in a few weeks time.
A plot of land in East London that's currently a Crossrail building site has been earmarked as a site for 1,500 new homes.
Crossrail has completed the base infrastructure works at Soho Place, on the corner of Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road, directly above Tottenham Court Road station
A rather dingy looking railway bridge near Battersea Power Station has been nominated to be revamped in an open competition for designs.
The bells of St Paul's Cathedral are to be removed later this month for restoration work, meaning that the Cathedral's celebratory bells will fall silent until late next year.
If you're a person who might be interested in a career in the construction industry, there's a chance for a behind-the-scenes views of building sites across the country.
The City of London is getting taller, and new images released today show what it will look like in 2026.
Plans to revamp the tired Old Street roundabout have taken a small step forward, with a call for a design proposal to be set in to Islington council.
It looks just like yet another government building from the outside, yet this is in fact the last survivor of the Palace of Whitehall, witness to the death of a King and home to a Rubens masterpiece.