Southeastern holds on to SE London’s trains for another 18 months

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Southeastern will run SE London’s mainline trains for at least another 18 months after the government gave the company a management contract to continue running the service until at least October 2021. The deal puts on hold months of uncertainty about the future of Southeastern, which has been operating the network since 2006. The franchise […]

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  • Coronavirus: Glyndon by-election stays on for now, elections boss says

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    The by-election to replace disgraced councillor Tonia Ashikodi remains on despite the coronavirus outbreak – and will need a court order or act of parliament to stop it, Greenwich Council’s elections boss said last night. James Pack, the borough’s head of electoral services, told councillors that as the writ for the Glyndon ward by-election, due […]

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  • Tokyo on Thames, Museum’s community fitness project, gets off to a flying start

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    A new community sports project, Tokyo on Thames, spearheaded by the River & Rowing Museum, has got off to an incredible start with the first part of the initiative – Training the Trainer. On Saturday 29 February, British Rowing Master Trainer Kate Belcher shared her insights with an enthusiastic group on the intricacies and skillsRead More

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  • Tokyo on Thames taster sessions

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    Never tried indoor rowing?  Be part of a unique and growing fitness programme with our free taster sessions.  Sign up below for as many sessions as you wish and see our FAQs for further information.  All sessions include warm up and cool down within the class time. Beginner  these 40 minute sessions will help youRead More

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  • Tokyo on Thames, Museum’s community fitness project, gets off to a flying start

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    A new community sports project, Tokyo on Thames, spearheaded by the River & Rowing Museum, has got off to an incredible start with the first part of the initiative – Training the Trainer. On Saturday 29 February, British Rowing Master Trainer Kate Belcher shared her insights with an enthusiastic group on the intricacies and skillsRead More

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  • Boats, camera, action! A busy start to 2020 for filming jobs on the Thames

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    The River Thames continues to be a hugely popular London filming location for projects of all sizes on both the small and very big screens. As the premier provider for marine filming services on the river, that means it has been a very busy start to 2020 for Livett’s. Our team has been involved in […]

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  • Sainsbury’s scraps 33-storey New Cross development on Bakerloo Line site

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    Plans for over 1,000 flats in New Cross that could have got in the way of the planned Bakerloo Line extension have been abandoned by developers.    TfL is planning to extend the line from Elephant and Castle to Lewisham via Old Kent Road and New Cross Gate.   But A2Dominion and Mount Anvil, along with Sainsbury’s, applied to build a new […]

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  • Brook Estate residents angry at plans for 82 council homes on green space

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    Plans to build 82 new council homes and 70 car parking spaces on green space on the Kidbrooke-Eltham border have been criticised by neighbours who say they will lose their community if the proposals go ahead. Greenwich Council wants to build 51 houses and 31 flats, along with the parking spaces, on the Brook estate, […]

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