News Archive - June 2017
Teachers and support staff from across Southwark gathered for Southwark Schools’ Excellence Awards.
Applications for the Southern Exposure Film Fund will open at an official launch in the Cinema Museum, on Friday 7 July, from 6.30pm to 9pm.
The council is working with colleagues in the fire service to hold meetings to address residents’ concerns about fire safety in Southwark following the tragedy at Grenfell Tower in West London.
Following the terror attacks at London Bridge and Borough Market, we have all been moved by the floral and individual tributes left for the victims.
A meat supplier, an organic food market and three fried chicken shops have found their waste disposal wrongs coming home to roost after being fined hundreds of pounds for fly-tipping.
A man was sentenced to six months imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, at Woolwich Crown Court today, after being found guilty of illegally sub-letting his council flat in Elephant and Castle.
All the businesses that were caught up inside the police crime scene following the London Bridge and Borough Market terror attack on Saturday 3 June are being offered automatic rate relief from Southwark Council.
Southwark Council’s services for children and families are “good”, says an Ofsted report published today. This puts Southwark in the top 28 per cent of the 146 local authorities inspected so far.
A statement from Councillor Stephanie Cryan, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Housing, regarding fire safety in Southwark blocks.