Love Parks is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the green spaces of Wandsworth – which has one of the highest number of council-owned parks and open spaces in inner London.
Two local projects have been recognised in the 2018 Horticulture Week Custodian Awards.
Youngsters have once again hit the bullseye at the prestigious London Youth Games Finals.
Stuck for something to do this summer? The council’s youth service has a comprehensive programme of activities for young people in its first ever Summer Pick ‘n’ Mix.
Tech-savvy Wandsworth people are being urged to join a new Digital Champion Network being set up in the borough to help share digital skills.
A series of Meet the Funder events and application surgeries will be held during July and August to help people prepare applications to the Wandsworth grant Fund.
A Putney man has been ordered to appear in court next month following the discovery of a large flytip in Putney Park Lane.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia has been highly commended in this year’s prestigious Housing Heroes awards.
The council’s environment spokesman Jonathan Cook has called on the Government to offer financial support to local authorities that have shown they are embracing the electric vehicle revolution.
Dozens of Wandsworth residents attended a recent event to receive advice on their post-Brexit status, and information has been published online clarifying recent updated proposals from the Government.
Wandsworth Council will again be supporting Armed Forces Day on June 30.
The council is getting tough with people who dump rubbish on the streets after new figures show that more than 5,000 on-the-spot fines have been handed out to litter and flytipping offenders in just over a year.
More than 200 people came along to the Brighter Living Fair to find out what support is available in Wandsworth to help them stay independent.
The Rainbow flag is flying proudly across the town hall as the borough celebrates Pride 2018.
Residents in neighbourhoods across Wandsworth are being urged to help nurture and care for their newly planted street trees in the current heatwave.
Wandsworth’s environment spokesman Jonathan Cook says the news that oil giant BP is turning its attention to electric vehicle (EV) charging is a welcome boost for eco-motoring and could have great benefits for air quality.
With London basking in the current glorious weather Wandsworth’s parks and green spaces have never been busier, but the hot weather has also seen some people bringing barbecues with them which causes lots of problems.
Council Leader Ravi Govindia has paid tribute to former Wandsworth councillor Liz Stokes who has passed away.
Residents in the Furzedown area of Tooting are being urged to have their say on plans that could see more than £100,000 invested in a local green space.
Children and young people will once again be able to enjoy some great sporting and leisure activities in Battersea Park later this month, thanks to a local crime busting charity.
A historic public house in Battersea that was unlawfully demolished has risen from the rubble and been restored back to its original Victorian-era splendour after the council took legal action to force the developer to rebuild it.
The leader of Wandsworth Council, Ravi Govindia, has reiterated his opposition to the expansion of Heathrow expansion following the decision of MPs to vote in favour of a third runway.
A scheme to revitalise a key neighbourhood in the heart of the Furzedown area of Tooting is now almost complete.
One of Tooting’s most prominent and historic landmark buildings has been preserved for future generations and will play a key role in the regeneration of the town centre after redevelopment plans were approved last night (Tuesday).
With the Wimbledon Championships only a few days away, people in Wandsworth are being urged to pick up their racquets and get playing on some of the borough’s newly refurbished tennis courts.
Wandsworth residents, schoolchildren and businesses all did their bit yesterday to make Clean Air Day the most successful yet in Wandsworth.
Estate agents boards – seen by many as eyesores that litter the landscape – could become a thing of the past in six areas of the borough if ministers back the council’s call for new powers to tackle the issue.
Cyclists will soon be able to take short cuts down one-way streets as part of a cycling contraflow pilot scheme in four parts of the borough.
Next week is Carers’ Week, with a series of free events in Wandsworth including networking sessions and the annual Great Carers Bake Off at Southside.
Thanks to National Lottery players the restoration of Tooting Common’s famous fossil tree and its surroundings will begin this week as part of a wide-ranging Wandsworth Council-led project to enhance and improve this much loved and popular green open space.
Residents in an area of Southfields known as The Triangle are to be asked if they support council proposals for a lorry ban in their neighbourhood.
The heart of the shopping area in Southfields is to be upgraded to create a ‘village style’ town centre.
IF you are struggling to raise a deposit to purchase a home, extra support may be on its way.
Projects helping older and vulnerable people get online, supporting new parents and helping children reach their potential are among those sharing £62,610 from the Wandsworth Grant Fund’s eighth round of funding.
Dockless bike hire company ofo will be launching a service in Wandsworth later this month.
Wandsworth Town Hall joined other landmark buildings across the Capital last night to be illuminated in commemoration of the first anniversary of the Grenfell tragedy.
The council’s transport spokesman has urged the Mayor of London to do more to reassure Wandsworth residents that they will not be adversely affected following today’s announcement that the expansion of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) is to go ahead.
A new neighbourhood in the Nine Elms area of Wandsworth has been praised for promoting economic growth in a major awards ceremony.
The 9th annual Get Active Wandsworth Festival is back and this year will going on the road, popping-up at community events round the borough.
A new competition has set out to find the next generation of street food entrepreneurs.
Teenagers and young people can show off their football, netball and basketball skills, and let off plenty of steam during the summer months at an upgraded ball games area on Wandsworth Common.
Work is now underway to improve drainage at some of the football pitches on Wandsworth common in a bid to prevent games being called off due to waterlogging.
The council’s decision to reject a planning application that could have paved the way for some Putney residents to extend their back gardens onto a small strip of land in Wandsworth Park has been upheld by an independent planning inspector.