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Bank-Monument link “one of the world’s most complex subterranean railway stations”
Delayed by one year, the mammoth £642million upgrade is due for completion in 2022, and it will increase the...
23rd January 2020
Police stations in and around Square Mile close
The Greater London Authority says police stations are falling out of use as more people report crimes online, leading...
13th January 2020
£10 million allocated for Barbican Centre revamp
The City of London’s famous Barbican Centre could be in for a £10.1million refurb next year to address “serious”...
12th December 2019
Should dogs be banned from London housing estates?
A review into the City of London Corporation's pet policy is expected in early 2020, wherein they'll consult with...
21st November 2019
Corp to earn £220m from City of London developments
The City of London Corporation is on course to earn £220million from negotiations with companies behind some of the...
30th October 2019
City of London policy chief fires no-deal Brexit warning
Catherine McGuinness, the City of London Corporation policy chief, called for tories to avoid damaging the country's longstanding relationship...
17th October 2019
City of London’s Lord Mayor has belief in life after Brexit
William Russell, the newly elected Lord Mayor for the City of London, predicts fresh chapter of success for Square...
16th October 2019
Carers are struggling to get support in London
Widower and former sergeant major in the British Army, Steven Stevenson, talks to City Matters about the struggles he...
28th August 2019
Pedestrians and cyclists ‘conflict’ at St Paul’s
There have been increased calls for London tour groups to dismount from their bikes around the St Paul's Cathedral...
21st August 2019
The St Barts Hospital denies ‘toxic air’ reports
City of London chiefs say ‘eye-watering’ NO2 readings present a ‘significant public health risk' although the St Barts Hospital...
24th July 2019