Would you pay $800 for a degree?

A 3-year undergraduate course for a UK university costs £9,25o. So for just shy of £30k you can walk away with that diploma paper and a big smile on your face.  Now, as I am one of those who has “invested” in myself, one of my classmates and I thought let’s take a look at […]

Waterloo fountain keeping passengers hydrated

Waterloo became the second train station in London to install a drinking water fountain. Following in Charring Cross’ footsteps Waterloo now provides customers with free drinking water. It can be found on the balcony above the main area on the station opposite the entrances to platforms 1&2 in-between The Cabin and Carluccio’s.  The drinking water […]

Peabody housing faces protests from Deptford community

Deptford residents gathered outside the Newington offices of Peabody, in order to protest the proposed demolition of Reginald house and Tidemill garden space.  The protests have been going on since late 2017 when Lewisham council announced that the  ‘Reginald House’ and  Tidemill community garden would be demolished to make way for a  209-home build, none […]

Concrete makeover

Renovations to Kennington park sports facilities are now underway. The upgrade was announced at the end of September and have now fully begun. The works include renovations or 5 tennis courts and 2 netball courts. They will be given a makeover with safer non-slip surfaces and official London Tennis association and England netball markings. Last […]

A way to better health for Lambeth residents

Last week Lambeth council announced the opening of a new leisure centre in partnership with Greenwich leisure limited. The centre is now fully open for business. It boasts a huge arsenal of equipment and facilities that users can access. The centre includes a 3 lane 25 metre swimming pool which is accompanied by a poolside […]