Westminster: Labour’s West End councillor on developers, Soho and siding with Mayfair residents over Oxford Street

On the astroturf surface of the Mayfair roof cafe, customers in deckchairs watch Wimbledon on a big screen and the Labour politician who represents residents of the most expensive square on the Monopoly board explains how […]


Five years of the New Routemaster. How has Boris Johnson’s hallmark policy fared?

Five years have passed since the New Routemaster, also known as the “Boris Bus”, went into full service on one of the capital’s 700 routes – the prestigious No 24, linking Hampstead and Pimlico, via […]


London Festival of Architecture: ULC Bartlett student show

The June-long London Festival of Architecture is now into its final week and since Saturday has included the Bartlett School of Architecture Summer Show at 22 Gordon Street, WC1. A philistine in the philosophy of spatial and building […]