Councils around Heathrow and across West London have called on the Government to rule out a third runway at the airport and dismiss the UK Airport Commission’s final report.
Wandsworth Council is to invest an extra £17m in improving local transport and travel options in the run up to March 2017.
Wandsworth residents can now register their interest in jobs at the new Debenhams department store which will open its doors later this year at Southside Shopping Centre in Wandsworth Town.
This year the borough’s Armed Forces Day event will be hosted by Southside Shopping Centre on Saturday (July 4) from noon to 4.30pm.
Councillors have given their backing to the introduction of 11 new 20mph zones in residential areas across Wandsworth.
The council has approved plans for 63 compact starter homes which will be offered to Wandsworth residents to buy at below market prices.
The council’s parks department wants to know what you think about your local small park.
Residents living in Balham ward will be able to quiz their locally elected representatives and senior council managers at a special feedback session next week.
Twenty-eight local projects will share a total of £179.405 from the Wandsworth Grant Fund.
The council has launched an investigation into the unauthorised demolition of a landmark Victorian-era public house in Battersea - and could order the developer responsible for its disappearance to rebuild it brick by brick.
More than a hundred borough pubs are expected to get extra protection to help keep them at the heart of their communities.
New figures show Wandsworth is one of the most successful councils in London at turning around lives of some of its most vulnerable families.
Councillors have unanimously refused a planning application that would have jeopardised the future of a popular neighbourhood shop in Southfields.
Councillors in Wandsworth have given their seal of approval to a new draft strategy that aims to make cycling in the borough safer and more popular.
Wandsworth and Richmond Councils have today (Wednesday) unveiled a new single senior management team - the first major step in pioneering plans for a shared workforce serving both boroughs.
The popular Sky Ride programme of guided Wandsworth bike rides for cyclists of all ages and skill levels kicks off on June 21.
As Battersea Park prepares to host the climax to this year’s Formula E racing championship, Wandsworth Council has announced the measures it’s putting in place to ensure local residents are guaranteed priority when it comes to parking in the area.
Work to improve road safety on the approaches to a popular primary school in Southfields has now been completed.
Wandsworth residents who need a hand getting rid of large items of household waste are being reminded that the council will take them away for a cut price rate.
The council is urging residents to say a resounding no to cold callers who knock on doors and offer a cheap deal to take away their rubbish.
There is now less than a month until one of the highlights of the Wandsworth calendar – the Get Active Wandsworth Festival.
Council leader Ravi Govindia has praised the ‘hugely beneficial’ impacts of the Street Elite training programme which has helped dozens of Roehampton’s young adults develop their self confidence and get into work or training.
Changes to parking rules across the Southfields area come into effect to coincide with the start of the Wimbledon tennis championships.
People interested in finding out more about the Wandsworth Plus Credit Union can chat to the team every Friday in the council’s customer services centre.
Pupils at three local primaries have won cash prizes for their schools after being named the winners of the inaugural Wandsworth Heritage Awards for Schools competition.
Motorists and bus passengers are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys along Trinity Road from next Monday (June 29) because of major gas main replacement works.
Thirteen people have been named as Community Champions in Wandsworth after successfully completing a training course with Diabetes UK in collaboration with the council and Wandsworth CCG.
Neighbourhood Watch Week 2015 starts today (June 22), and this year the theme is Phone Scams.
New play facilities, new festive lights and better roads and pavements are just some of the schemes being considered for council funding at a meeting next week.
The new Pump House Gallery exhibition explores ideas of home through the work of a group of Arabian artists as part of the Shubbak Festival 2015
Disabled and older people have been finding out about a project to help them get back on their feet and keep their independence.
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