June 18 2013 Latest news:
Modernist family houses in Tower Hamlets, a sculptural Energy Centre at the Olympic Park and a state-of-the-art cancer treatment centre in Camden are among 13 buildings in London which have been given a national architectural award.
Bosses at Heathrow say they will provide funding for a community campaign to give a voice to people who are in favour of its expansion.
Silvertown Quays will be transformed into a centre for global brands following a £1.5 billion deal to regenerate the area.
Plans have been revealed for the £2.2 billion redevelopment of Victoria and the creation of 900,000 sq ft of offices, apartments, shops and restaurants.
A water company which serves millions of households in London paid no corporation tax and received £5 million credit from the government during a year in which revenues rose to £1.8 billion.
Not many conspiracy theories revolve around Watford, but that is about a change as some of the most powerful people in the world descend on the town today for a secret conference.
Hundreds of protesters have hit out at legal aid cuts at a demonstration outside the Ministry of Justice this afternoon.
Social entrepreneurs from across Europe, including two British firms, will gather in London next week hoping to impress an expert panel including Ben & Jerry’s co-founder Jerry Greenfield.
Workers at some of London’s top attractions have agreed to go on strike but museums and galleries said they will try keep as much open to the public as possible.
Plans to redevelop the Shell Centre site on London’s South Bank have been approved.