Borough beefs up security for ballot to avoid repeat of last year's confusion

Tower Hamlets will be under scrutiny after the mayoral poll gained notoriety for its failure to deliver a timely result

Lunch date: Poncho 8 offer a £3 burrito in Canary Wharf

After yesterday's free treat from Wahaca, we want another one

Who would win if the top leagues comprised just London clubs?

No surprises that Chelsea take the title but a derby-only set-up throws up at least one oddity

Coral Reefs, Natural History Museum – 'Explore a fascinating and endangered eco-system'

500m people depend on coral reefs for their livelihoods. Pity then that we seem so keen to make them go extinct

Dorothy Perkins Canary Wharf to close

High street stalwart will soon vacate the estate

TfL signs up for International Quarter at Stratford

Transport operator looks to consolidate staff on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Food: What will be opening in Crossrail Place (and when)

It’s not all kicking off on the first day so here are the other places to check out and some early warnings

VIDEO: The Big Easy Allstars played Crossrail Place earlier to get everyone in the mood

Pop this on in your office to slowly rock your Friday up

Celebrate the best in our public vote for The Wharf Property Awards

Tell us who deserves the People's Choice Award

HSBC will make a decision over future of Canary Wharf HQ by end of the year

Shareholders will have the final say on the move, driven by increased costs of banking regulation

Poll: Do you want a Dum Dum Doughnuts in Canary Wharf?

The company's owner has been keen to move into the Wharf for a long time, but said he hasn’t been able to find an available unit

VIDEO: Inspired by two new deaf partners at Canary Wharf's Starbucks, we've got some sign language for you to learn

Our favourite sign has to be cappuccino - which you do by motioning that you are taking off an imaginary cap

Film review: Exit – 'Debut director Chienn Hsiang reveals himself a master of claustrophobia'

Golden Horse Film Festival Best Actress award-winner Chen Shiang-Chyi delivers a stunning performance with a sheen of sweat

Lunch date: Poncho 8 offer a £3 burrito in Canary Wharf

After yesterday's free treat from Wahaca, we want another one

Coral Reefs, Natural History Museum – 'Explore a fascinating and endangered eco-system'

500m people depend on coral reefs for their livelihoods. Pity then that we seem so keen to make them go extinct

Review: Against Captain's Orders, National Maritime Museum – 'Everyone joins in on the fun'

Emily Medina Kennedy, 12, and Lucas Medina Kennedy, 5, join the immersive adventure that keeps children on their toes and part of the action

Newham shows the steepest house price rises in the country

As other east London boroughs settle down, the Olympic borough is beginning to catch up, locking many out the market

Demolition work on Decathlon warehouse in Canada Water has begun - making way for a huge redevelopment

The project is a joint venture partnership between Notting Hill Housing and Sellar Design + Developments

£3.5bn Silvertown Quays gets go-ahead, bringing 3,000 homes, brand pavilions and major tech hub

Work has begun on iconic Millennium Mills while plan envisages a bridge across the Royal Docks to Custom House Crossrail station

Tallest residential building in the UK clears final hurdle

Despite his previous concern, Mayor Boris Johnson decides not to call in the 220m South Quay Plaza. Have your say in our poll

Audio/visual company - with clients like Lovebox and The Telegraph - providing service for Wharf Property Awards

The company have a huge client list – ranging from festivals such as Bestival and Boomtown, to the more corporate side working for media conferences hosted by The Guardian and The Telegraph

Agents say low mortgage rates and lack of homes are positive for London sellers

If you're a seller, you could have a strong hand to play

Mayfair dairy parlour cream of the crop as luxury pad

Building transformed by developer Wetherell

Telehouse and Linx celebrate 20 years pushing Docklands as leading internet hub

Two decades ago there were 2,700 websites around the world - now there are over 1billion

HSBC will make a decision over future of Canary Wharf HQ by end of the year

Shareholders will have the final say on the move, driven by increased costs of banking regulation

TfL signs up for International Quarter at Stratford

Transport operator looks to consolidate staff on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Who would win if the top leagues comprised just London clubs?

No surprises that Chelsea take the title but a derby-only set-up throws up at least one oddity

Fancy trying a new sport? Wapping HC is inviting people to join its free Back to Hockey sessions

Wapping will be offering weekly training sessions on Thursdays as part of the nationwide campaign, run in partnership with Sport England’s This Girl Can project

How packed are Championship grounds this season?

Fulham show that performance does not automatically correlate to how many people show up to a game (but it helps)

Valley View: Who will stay and who will go?

Charlton's season fizzled out - now thoughts must turn to building a team capable of emulating Bournemouth

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