Twenty nine new homes for low cost home ownership received planning permission last week (23 March) on the site of a fuel storage depot as part of the wider redevelopment of the Osiers Road area.
Little Village, set up with help from the Wandsworth Grant Fund, has helped more than 330 local families.
Wandsworth’s Health Visitors have been highly commended by UNICEF for the help they give to the borough’s breastfeeding mothers.
Wandsworth has been shortlisted in three categories in the fourth annual Small Business Friendly Awards.
Wandsworth small businesses are invited to visit the Do It Digital roadshow next week to develop their online skills.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia has called on faith communities across the borough to unite and work together to “defeat those who pursue hatred and seek to divide us” in the wake of yesterday’s terrorist attack on Westminster.
There is still time for members of the public to take part in the consultation on proposals to introduce new byelaws in 35 of the borough’s smaller local parks and open spaces to prevent and tackle anti-social behaviour.
The Wandsworth Get to Know Your Health Pop Up Shop in Southside was visited by 1501 people, with 631 of them receiving a health MOT from the shop’s nurses, figures reveal.
Many tenants and former tenants are to receive credits to their accounts following a court case involving another council and Thames Water.
Redrow plc, a FTSE 250 company and one of the UK's leading home builders, is the preferred bidder for the regeneration of Wandsworth Council’s Alton estate, following an EU-compliant procurement process.
Another London local authority is following Wandsworth’s lead and now offering its historic pubs and bars greater protection from redevelopment.
Bus passengers who regularly use the interchange at Vauxhall are being urged to take part in a consultation on plans for a redesign of the bus station and its buildings.
Wandsworth Mayor Cllr Richard Field has hailed the borough’s ‘cosmopolitan culture’ as new electoral data reveals the numbers of foreign nationals now choosing to make their home in the local area.
People are being reminded that the Boundary Commission for England is currently staging a public consultation as part of its ongoing work to draw up new Parliamentary constituency boundaries.
From next week people living in 2,000 properties on housing estates across Wandsworth will see their annual heating and hot water bills slashed by ten per cent.
The regeneration of a Roehampton housing estate has taken another step forward with the unanimous support of a local group of residents, businesses and community organisations.
Work is now underway to introduce a borough-wide 20mph speed limit throughout residential areas in Wandsworth.
Glenn Horder, 44, is among the latest wave of Wandsworth residents to buy a new affordable home in the Nine Elms regeneration area.
More than 250 young people, parents and carers attended the free Get Set GO! employment event for young people aged between 14 and 25 with disabilities and/or special needs.
More than 1100 local business people went along to one of the Wandsworth Enterprise Week events to learn how to help their firm flourish.
The Employ Wandsworth careers fair returns on Friday April 21, offering local people the chance to meet with companies offering hundreds of job opportunities to suit all levels.
Cyclists were encouraged to take extra care when riding on the Thames Path during a bike safety awareness initiative, carried out in partnership between Wandsworth Police and the council.
Rogue landlord given stiffer sentence for illegal eviction of young mother and son after his appeal is dismissed
A rogue landlord who waged a campaign of harassment and intimidation against a young mother he wanted to illegally evict has been given a stiffer sentence after losing an appeal against his conviction.
A project in six borough primary schools to teach children about modern-day slavery has appeared on the international news channel CNN as part of its Freedom Week programming.
An eco-project to provide a major new aquatic habitat in the mouth of the River Wandle is nearing completion and should be unveiled by the end of the month.
Vehicle owners who need an MOT can book one they can really trust at the council’s test centre.
Mobile phone company Vodafone has lost its bid to overturn the council‘s refusal to grant planning permission for a large telecom mast overlooking Tooting Common.
Council lawyers who proposed paperless courtrooms in a revolutionary scheme have won a prestigious award. The South London Legal Partnership (SLLP) won the Driving Efficiency Through Technology category at the Local Government Chronicle Awards last night.
The council’s spokesman on health and adult social services has welcomed yesterday’s Budget pledge from The Chancellor of more funding for social care.
Local people in Roehampton are being invited to join a free running club for beginners, which sets off from outside Café Joy, on Danebury Avenue, at 5.45pm on Tuesdays.
The fifth round of the Wandsworth Grant Fund is now open for applications.
Wandsworth’s average council tax bill is on course to remain the lowest in the country after the council executive backed the 2017/18 budget plan at a meeting earlier this week.
The council is to use its planning powers to give greater protection to shops and other retail outlets from being turned into estate agents.
Refurbishment work has begun on restoring a prominent and historic landmark on Tooting Common, thanks to National Lottery players.
Over 30 schools entered Wandsworth Council’s annual Wandsworth Primary Sportshall Athletics competition, with Ravenstone school crowned as overall winners.
Lambeth Council has agreed to reduce noise levels at August’s SW4 music festival on Clapham Common following a legal challenge by Wandsworth.
Nine year-old Emma Peon has won her school, Hotham Primary in Putney, a £25k energy makeover.
Some of the borough’s exceptional sports people, clubs and coaches have picked up awards in the Active Wandsworth Awards.
Wandsworth Council has called on the Government to rethink its 2017 business rates revaluation plan after town hall research showed that 124 local business premises could see rateable values increase by 100 per cent or more from April this year.
As car club membership in Wandsworth approaches 14,000, more local people are encouraged to sign up and experience the benefits for themselves.
Residents, businesses or other organisations that could help provide a secure and safe home for Syrian refugees settling in London are encouraged to get in touch with the council’s housing team (020 8871 5307).
Last night (23 February) councillors voted to approve 28 more homes for low cost rent on the former Battersea gasholders site in Nine Elms.