News Archive - February 2017
A local Korean restaurant has been closed down by Southwark Council’s food safety team after a routine inspection found a catalogue of poor hygiene standards and food safety concerns. Council officers were forced to take the unusual step due to the high risk to public health.
In the face of increasing financial pressures, Southwark Council is continuing to invest in brand new community facilities, including a new library, GP surgery, early years’ nursery and community space, on the Aylesbury estate.
The results of the vote to decide whether or not Perronet House in Elephant and Castle would join the Leathermarket Joint Management Board.
A Rotherhithe salon owner who carried out a tooth whitening procedure without being a qualified dentist, has been ordered to pay over £2,000 by a court.
For the sixth year running, Southwark’s Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans (LGBT) Network is offering small grants for anyone organising events which promote diversity within the community.
Plans are afoot to spruce up the building currently home to the East Street Library as part of a ‘wish list’ drawn up by local people.
Southwark Council has announced plans to join Brent and Lewisham Councils’ shared IT service, in a break away from years of outsourcing the service to the private sector.
Southwark Council is on course to smash its target of delivering 500 new, affordable work and creative spaces across the borough.
Southwark Council and Public Health England (PHE) have today announced that Professor Kevin Fenton, PHE’s Director of Health and Wellbeing, will be seconded to the council for three years as Director of Health and Wellbeing (incorporating the Director Of Public Health statutory role).