London's mayor has secured a deal to allow Fulham Boys School to open its doors at the start of the new term in September.
Boris Johnson says he still wants to be blasted by water cannon to demonstrate the weapon poses no risk to the public.
It follows a London MP's decision to retire.
Members of the London Assembly asked the Met Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe if water cannon might be on standby at Notting Hill Carnival.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe insisted they will be rarely used and they won't be deployed as a 'deterrent'.
Boris Johnson has revealed that water cannon have already arrived in the UK at an 'undisclosed location'.
- The survey comes in the wake of an official report from the government's Airports Commission into the environmental impact of a four-runway hub in the Thames
- The feasibility study claimed the creation of new habitats away from a so-called "Boris Island" airport could cost £2bn
– Colin Stanbridge, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Government and the Airports Commission will note London businesses have clear preferences for Heathrow-focused solutions to the airport capacity issue.
While it is important that the role of the UK's hub airport is recognised, London Chamber believes that practical future proofing of the UK economy should see new runways built at both Heathrow and Gatwick, in a staggered approach.
Boris Johnson has suffered another blow in his ambition for a Thames estuary airport after leading London businesses backed new runways at Heathrow.
A ComRes poll for the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry reveals 54% of business leaders favour expansion at Heathrow over Gatwick.
A game of tennis with the Prime Minister and Mayor of London has been auctioned by the Tory Party for a reported £160,000 to the wife of a former Russian government minister.
Banker Lubov Chernukhin, who is a Tory party member and supporter, won the prize at the Conservatives' summer fundraising ball on Wednesday.
The Conservative Party, which did not publish a guest list for the function, refused to confirm the amount paid for the match. A spokesman for Boris Johnson said it was a "party matter".
Boris Johnson has floated the idea of a dog ban, as well as a bike ban, on London's proposed Garden Bridge. The Mayor said: "The more difficult question frankly is going to be dogs"