After the Sugar Rush: In the Last of His English Journeys, Our Writer Visits the Isle of Dogs and Southwark, Where Urban Poverty Coexists Uneasily with High Finance Platt, Edward.
New Statesman (1996), Vol. 141, No. 5116-5117, July 30, 2012
Spanning Centuries: Until 1729, London Bridge Was the Capital's Only Crossing over the Thames and a Microcosm of the City It Served, Lined with Houses and Shops on Either Side. on the 800th Anniversary of Its Original Construction, Leo Hollis Looks at the History of an Icon Hollis, Leo.
History Today, Vol. 59, No. 7, July 2009
WHO WILL BUILD THE LONDON OF THE FUTURE? ; from the Loos in the V& A to Schools in Southwark, a Playful and Adaptable New Generation of Architects Is Ready to Make a Distinctive Mark on the Capital Moore, Rowan.
The Evening Standard (London, England), August 12, 2009