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Controversial Tulip could yet flower in City of London
The team behind the Foster + Partners designed 305.3m tall tower have lodged an appeal. This comes after the...
24th January 2020
£8.9m pledge to replace Square Mile resident fire doors
The City of London Corporation will be spending £8.9million to replace fire doors on its housing estates following the...
22nd January 2020
Calls for caps on Tube train speed limits under Barbican
A report by TfL engineers revealed temporary speed restrictions on lines under Brandon Mews cut noise levels by seven...
21st January 2020
CoL School for Girls drops Barbican expansion plans
The City of London School for Girls' School Board of governors has scrapped proposals, but will still need to...
9th January 2020
Audit report critical of police custody suite delays
The hunt by both the City of London Corporation and the police force for possible new sites in the...
7th January 2020
Vetting ruled out five Freedom of the City candidates
Five “unsuitable” candidates hoping to gain the coveted centuries-old Freedom of the City of London have been spotted since...
28th December 2019
Nickie Aiken wins Cities of London and Westminster seat
The Conservative leader of Westminster City Council won 17,049 seats, a slight increase on the previous Conservative majority held...
16th December 2019
Terror attack will not stop us, says the City of London
Workers said the terror attack which claimed the lives of two people will not affect their day to day...
11th December 2019
City of London witnesses 35% crime rate spike
So far this year the Square Mile's City of London Police, made up of just 755 police officers, has...
27th November 2019
Corp moves to prevent disorder at London Marathon
Last year, a number of violent and disorderly acts took place during the annual London Marathon, leading the City...
11th November 2019