London looks set to get its first new footbridge over the River Thames in a decade. Plans are expected to be given the go-ahead for the bridge between Battersea and Chelsea Harbour. The structure would cost £22 million, but be paid for with corporate sponsorship.
Both pedestrians and cyclists will be able to use it, however there will be no segregated lanes.
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A lamp in the tower which houses Big Ben is to be switched off for the first time in more than 70 years.
Sir Bruce entertained audiences for more than seven decades.
Work in the tower will also pause over the bank holiday weekend.