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Southwark Council supports switch to electric vehicles

Southwark Council is inviting residents to apply for electric car charging points. The chargers will be fitted to kerbside lamp posts adjacent to on street parking.

Council transforms Aylesbury MUGA with a little help

The council, a developer, some artists and some local children, have transformed the Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) on Portland Street in the Aylesbury estate.

A successful partnership – community-led council homes built in the shadow of The Shard

Marklake Court is a community-led development of 27 high quality homes in the heart of London Bridge, designed by award-winning architects Bell Phillips Architects in partnership with the local community.

Council urges businesses to pay a living wage

Southwark Council has written to local businesses, urging them to pay all staff the London Living Wage as part of Living Wage Week.

Renovation work starts on Burgess Park West

Southwark Council is pleased to announce the start of the Burgess Park West project, a £3.5million investment in improving the south western area of the park.

Pupils and staff celebrate completion of new nursery at Grange Primary School

Parents, children, staff and governors have come together to celebrate the completion of Grange Primary School's brand new buildings.

Southwark Remembers 2017

The borough’s arrangements to mark Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day 2017.

Southwark joins London councils’ shared service bringing IT back ‘in-house’

Southwark Council has joined Brent and Lewisham Councils’ shared IT service, in a break away from years of outsourcing the service to the private sector.

Camberwell Green celebrates brand new Green Flag

Camberwell’s beautifully renovated Green saw the ceremonial raising of its brand new Green Flag on 24 October.

Wonderful new replica stone plaques unveiled in King George’s Fields

Two new heraldic stone plaques were unveiled in King George’s Fields, Rotherhithe, by the former Mayor for Southwark, Cllr Kath Whittam, on 19 October.