‘Mortality of the British Army, at Home at Home and Abroad, and During the Russian War as Compared with the Civil Population in England’ by Florence Nightingale, 1858

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Statistics & Evidence Based Healthcare ‘Mortality of the British Army, at Home at Home and Abroad, and During the Russian War as Compared with the Civil Population in England’ by Florence Nightingale, 1858 Display No. 16 In addition to her famous rose or ‘coxcomb’ diagram, Nightingale produced numerous other statistical

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  • Lewisham’s 34-storey Tesco tower approved by minister after public inquiry

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    Developers have won an appeal to build a 34-storey tower on land next to the Tesco supermarket in Lewisham after council officials dropped their objections at a public inquiry. Meyer Homes was given permission to build the tower by the secretary of state for local government, Robert Jenrick, after a planning inspector recommended approval of […]

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  • ‘Filthy’ Woolwich Waterfront Leisure Centre criticised by Greenwich councillor

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    A Greenwich councillor has criticised cleaning standards in Woolwich’s Waterfront Leisure Centre, branding the men’s changing rooms as “filthy”. Blackheath Westcombe councillor Leo Fletcher highlighted the state of the centre, due to be replaced later this decade by a new facility on General Gordon Square, as part of a scrutiny panel session with representatives from […]

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  • Fury after 46-storey tower ‘which would harm Greenwich view’ approved by minister

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    Tower Hamlets Council has said it will go to war with the government over a controversial application for 1,500 homes on the Isle of Dogs that was approved by the Secretary of State this week. Last night councillors signed off an emergency motion that stated they would examine “all available options, including a judicial review” […]

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  • Greenwich Council tax set to go up by 3.99% in April

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    Council tax in Greenwich borough is set to rise by almost four per cent from April under new budget plans outlined today. Bills will be hiked 3.99%, including a 2% increase to cover spiralling social care costs as the government places more of the burden for this on council tax payers. A band D bill […]

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  • 28-storey Deptford Creek tower backed by councillors despite lack of ‘affordable’ housing

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    Plans for a new 28-storey tower on the banks of Deptford Creek have been approved due to their “architecturally superior” design, amid concerns over its height and lack of “affordable” housing. The Edition Group’s full planning application for Ravensbourne Wharf, which includes 129 residential units as well as office and cafe space, was approved by […]

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