At a planning meeting last night, Southwark council approved the plan for a major re-design of London Bridge station. The video above, released by Network Rail, shows a fly-through of how the station will look once work is completed in 2018.
The plan includes building the country's largest platform concourse and a grand new entrance on Tooley Street. The latter will, unfortunately, mean the loss of some impressive buildings, including the Britain at War exhibition and the old South Eastern Railway offices, which the Victorian Society has been trying to save. Seems the desire to preserve our 19th century rail heritage will lose out to the pressing need for 21st century facilities, and given the parlous state of London Bridge at the moment, and the area's growing importance, that's probably for the best overall.
Further details can be read at London SE1.