The council’s transport spokesman has welcomed the announcement that the dirtiest buses will no longer operate on routes through Battersea and are to be replaced with cleaner less polluting models.
Wandsworth Council, in partnership with Battersea Power Station, has welcomed the news that it has been successful in its bid for funding to deliver construction skills training at the iconic London landmark.
Air pollution has fallen across the borough, Wandsworth Council’s annual report into air quality shows.
National HIV Testing Week starts tomorrow (November 17) and people in Wandsworth are being urged to take a quick, simple and free test to check their HIV status.
The extension of the Northern line to the Nine Elms area will support thousands of new residents and businesses.
Wandsworth Council has written to TfL in a bid to get it to reverse a proposal to axe a popular bus route.
Three-year-old Rahul Dhir got his first flu vaccination at Elborough Street Surgery in Wandsworth today and declared it 'fine' as local doctors urged parents in the borough to get their toddlers vaccinated this winter.
The next free event to help EU Nationals worried about their post-Brexit status is on December 3 in Tooting.
The council would like to hear the views of local people on its draft Statement of Community Involvement (SCI).
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia has welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement in The Budget that high streets and town centres are to get a £1.5 billion boost.
A cross-party group of MPs, tasked with improving fire safety in residential tower blocks, has given its backing to Wandsworth Council.
The Mayor of Wandsworth Cllr Piers McCausland has written to the headteacher of Battersea’s Chesterton School to offer his congratulations after the school was named as one of only 32 in the country to be given a vitally important mentoring role to promote reading beyond their own classrooms.
One of the stalwarts of the council’s Youth Offending Team (YOT) is retiring after a life of dedicated public service.
The people who selflessly give up their time to help the Wandsworth community were recognised at a special awards ceremony at the Civic Suite last night.
Today (November 14) is World Diabetes Day, and the council is reminding local people they can use a simple online tool to check their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
Wandsworth residents are once again being offered free bags of grit and rock salt as part of the town hall’s annual winter initiative to tackle snow and ice.
Wandsworth Council has been recognised for the work it does with the Armed Forces.
Residents in Tooting are being reminded to take part in a public consultation on plans to improve a green open space that could soon have play equipment installed for younger children.
More than 2,000 children from primary schools across the borough have this year been given special lessons using real life scenarios to help them stay safe, avoid dangerous everyday situations and even how to save a friend’s life.
Wandsworth’s wartime links with village in France renewed with memorial unveiled to Ted Foster VC and gift of iconic red telephone box
As the nation prepares to honour its war dead and mark the centenary of the moment the guns fell silent at the end of the First World War, a small village in northern France has seen its historic wartime links with Wandsworth renewed and commemorated.
Wandsworth Council along with partner housing association Optivo is delivering nine new homes for vulnerable adults in the borough.
Residents and businesses in Tooting can find out more about ambitious plans to improve pedestrian safety in the town centre at a series of face-to-face briefings next week.
School students and employers from around the borough have been marking 25 years of successful work experience placements in Wandsworth – which has seen around 25,000 young people getting their first taste of the world of work.
Two brothers who ran a filthy, dirt-encrusted and pest riddled butchers shop in Tooting have been made to pay nearly £4,600 in fines and court costs after being prosecuted by the council’s food safety team.
Work is now underway to provide a new £2.1m all-weather pitch in Battersea’s Falcon Park which will boost sports participation and improve leisure facilities for the area’s young people.
Residents are invited to a new exhibition to view proposals for a bridge between Nine Elms and Pimlico.
Donia Kamran and Kaafiya Bhatti have officially launched Panda Tacos after winning the Tooting Streetfood Challenge.
Parents who park dangerously outside schools are to be targeted in a council crackdown.
The Minister for London Jo Johnson was welcomed to Wandsworth by the Council Leader, Cllr Ravi Govindia, as he met apprentices working in Nine Elms.
The supply of homes in Wandsworth for people on lower incomes has been boosted by the formal signing of contracts for the construction of 92 new affordable homes.
Parents of children aged five and under are reminded to have their say on a new way of providing services for young children and their families.
A brand-new centre offering high-quality, confidential and fully-integrated sexual health and contraception services will open on November 19 on Falcon Road, next to Clapham Junction Station.
Further work announced on one way redesign proposal but council repeats earlier calls for scheme to get underway
Town hall transport chiefs have given a cautious welcome to the news that further work will begin this month on the long-awaited and much-needed redesign of the Wandsworth one-way system.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia says the news that Gatwick Airport could use an existing reserve runway that’s already built and could be made operational quickly within days, highlights the “sheer folly” of building a third runway at Heathrow.
Wandsworth becomes first London borough to see 50 per cent of homes on estates given access to full-fibre broadband
Wandsworth Council has been named as the first local authority in London to offer 50 per cent of its council owned properties access to full fibre broadband, cementing its place as one of the fastest boroughs in the capital for broadband speeds.
Wandsworth Council has welcomed news of arts funding to help set up a new gallery in Nine Elms, Battersea.
Plans drawn up to provide extra places at popular schools as part of a £15m investment in local education
Plans are now being drawn up to expand some of the borough’s most popular schools after councillors agreed to invest more than £15m in providing more classroom places for the borough’s children.
A £30,000 facelift at a popular but previously dimly-lit pedestrian and cycling short-cut underneath railway arches near Battersea Park is nearing completion as part of a council-led improvement scheme.
People of all ages and backgrounds attended an illustrated talk about black history in Britain from Roman times to the Second World War and a film crew from South West London TV was there to capture their reactions.
To help local police enforce the borough’s 20mph speed limit in residential areas, the council is purchasing two speedguns which will be used by officers in the Met to ensure drivers keep their speed in check.
Dog owners are being reminded that they must have their four-legged-friends microchipped if they want to avoid falling foul of a law that came into effect in 2016.
Young hopefuls from schools across the borough have attended the launch of the sixth annual Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year competition
Local people are invited to have their say on the council’s plan to provide more housing options for Wandsworth people, invest in preventing homelessness and improve the its stock of 32,000 homes.
The former finance chief at a Battersea secondary school has been jailed for three and a half years after a council-led investigation discovered she’d stolen more than £220,000.
Earlsfield Station’s two railway bridges have been given a much-needed facelift.
Council leader Ravi Govindia yesterday (Thursday) repeated the case for a second entrance at Putney Station to Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.
Wandsworth Council is to increase the maximum fine for littering from £100 to £150 to act as a deterrent to offenders.