Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia is urging residents concerned about climate change to register their opposition to the latest plans for Heathrow expansion which were unveiled earlier today (Tuesday).
The first completed section of the riverside walk in Nine Elms has been shortlisted for the 2019 New London Awards.
Wandsworth Council has welcomed news that the Northern Line Extension has passed a major milestone after an engineering train successfully travelled the entire length of the new tunnels from Kennington to Battersea for the first time.
A Riverside Terrace has opened at Wandsworth Park, creating a new public space in a formerly disused part of the popular park.
Residents and groups who wish to apply to the Wandsworth Local Fund are advised that the current round will close for applications on July 1.
Household waste generated in Wandsworth that cannot be recycled will continue to be transported along the River Thames in a new fleet of barges, saving London’s roads from tens of thousands of heavy goods vehicle journeys a year.
A toddler and younger children’s playground on Wandsworth Common will reopen this weekend after undergoing a £165,000 revamp.
Residents are being warned to watch out for scammers claiming to be able to secure you a council tax refund – but instead stealing people’s personal information and bank details.
Future public sectors stars can apply now to the Wandsworth and Richmond councils’ Graduate Development Programme.
Find out about local services for young children and join Wandsworth Children’s Centres for breakfast, lunch or tea at a family event next week.
Wandsworth is asking local people to consider becoming a school governor – and is keen to hear from people from all ethnicities and backgrounds so that governing bodies truly reflect the communities they serve.
People are being reminded that they should not bring barbecues into Wandsworth’s parks and open spaces.
The Mayor of Wandsworth, Cllr Jane Cooper, laid a wreath at 11am this morning (June 6) on behalf of the people of Wandsworth to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for Wandsworth Council.
A young mum of three from Battersea is delighted to be moving into a 3-bedroom house with her three children in the coming weeks.
Poisonous carbon monoxide levels were so high at a shisha bar in Tooting that emergency gas board engineers had to be called out to switch off the building’s gas supply, magistrates have been told.
Thanks to National Lottery players, the fascinating story of Tooting Common over the years is now readily available for local people to read and learn about following the publication of a new historical guide.
An innovative affordable housing scheme aimed at first time buyers in Wandsworth has been named as one of this year’s winners in the prestigious RIBA London awards 2019.
Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year finalists have prepared a gala lunch for 60 guests, including the Mayor Of Wandsworth and members of the business community, to celebrate the success of this year’s competition.
A new line up of Wandsworth Council’s cabinet was endorsed this week at the annual council meeting. The changes see two new members join council leader Ravi Govindia and his cabinet team.
On every Saturday and Sunday in June Battersea Park will be hosting a different activity which all the family can enjoy.
The council has honoured children’s author and creator of The Wombles, Elisabeth Beresford MBE, with a Green Plaque on her former Wandsworth Common home.
Charities helping young people, animals and people suffering from Alzheimer’s will benefit this year from the fundraising efforts of new mayor Jane Cooper.
Wandsworth residents are being offered the opportunity to buy a brand-new shared ownership home in the heart of the borough.
People who misbehave and commit anti-social behaviour in some of the borough’s largest and busiest open spaces face being handed on-the-spot fines from next week.
Work is now under way to transform a dull railway bridge underpass in Wandsworth into a colourful ‘Happy Street’.
The town hall’s team of investigators who target those who defraud or steal from the public purse has been awarded a prize for its work.
People living in Wandsworth are in pole position to make the switch to an electric vehicle with the completion of a project to fit charging sockets to another 220 street lights across the borough.
As part of our #gettoknowyourlibrary celebration of Wandsworth libraries we’re focusing on the wonderful variety of groups, events, resources and services they have to offer
Work to provide new state-of-the-art changing rooms for the people who enjoy taking part in a wide range of sports at the council’s flagship leisure and fitness complex at Barn Elms is nearing completion.
A man who decided to keep and then fraudulently use his disabled neighbour’s blue badge after it was wrongly delivered to his address has narrowly escaped a jail sentence after being prosecuted by Wandsworth Council’s anti-fraud team.
As part of our #gettoknowyourlibrary celebration of Wandsworth libraries we’re focusing on the wonderful variety of groups, events, resources and services they have to offer.
The council’s Youth Offending Team is looking for volunteers to support vulnerable young people being interviewed by the police.
More than 750 people went along to last week’s Employ Wandsworth jobs and skills event which proved to be one of the most successful yet.
Councils are disappointed in the High Court’s failure to quash the Government’s Airport National Policy Statement (ANPS), regarding Heathrow expansion. Councils argue this could bring long-term damage to the health of millions of Londoners.
Families and young people living in Earlsfield are helping to shape a series of proposals to improve sports and leisure facilities at a popular local neighbourhood green space.
Following today’s news of Debenhams’ restructuring plans, Cllr Govindia, Leader of Wandsworth Council, has expressed his regret that the store in Wandsworth Southside has been identified as one of the 22 earmarked for closure in 2020.
Gifted student and sportsman and keen volunteer Michael Enriquez has won this year’s Wandsworth Young Person of the Year Award.
A rare and historic milestone and mounting block thought to date from 1654 has been restored and put back in its original location in Roehampton Vale.
Urgent talks are being held to try and ensure that the impact on Wandsworth residents of the sudden and unexpected closure of Hammersmith Bridge is minimised as much as possible.
Our libraries have become a one-stop shop for a wonderful variety of free services.
With summer upon us and the tennis season about to get underway the next generation of Andy Murrays and Roger Federers can hone their racquet skills on the borough’s newly refurbished tennis courts.
Wandsworth is set for an exciting programme of international contemporary art following confirmation that Matt’s Gallery is moving to a new gallery space in Nine Elms.
The council’s campaign to save the 19 bus has paid off – with Transport for London (TfL) confirming the vital route linking Battersea to central and north London will not be scrapped.
Fourteen-year-old Mia Weatherhead has won the sixth annual Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year competition.
Work is about to get underway on a £165,000 revamp of a toddler and younger children’s playground on Wandsworth Common.
Cyclists can now take a convenient short cut along Roehampton High Street after a contraflow system was introduced.
Motorists who ignore new traffic rules designed to deter rat run traffic in the West Hill area are being warned that camera enforcement will begin next week.
Councillors in Wandsworth have welcomed today’s ministerial announcement (Thursday) that lifts are to be installed at Wandsworth Town and Battersea Park rail stations as part of a Government scheme to improve transport access for people with disabilities.
Wandsworth Council is trialling smart bin technology to help keep the borough’s streets clean.
Schools in Wandsworth have been asked if they are interested in supporting a scheme that would stop traffic from driving past their school gates at drop-off and pick-up times.