Plans have been approved for 201 new homes and a brand new library in the heart of the Wandsworth Town regeneration area.
Wandsworth’s director of public health is urging parents in the borough to be on the lookout for any signs that their children could be taking so-called ’legal highs’ after a quantity were discovered on sale at a shop in Putney.
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Wandsworth Council last night approved plans for 290 new homes in Nine Elms and the redevelopment of St Mary’s Primary School.
People going out to party in Wandsworth this Christmas are being warned to keep track of their alcohol intake and plan their journey home.
A motorist who abandoned his car and then failed to remove it when asked has learned the lesson that dumping old bangers on the street can be an expensive business.
The council is encouraging residents to have a green Christmas by taking advantage of the borough's doorstep recycling services over the festive period.
Shoppers are urged to snap up the rest of their Christmas gifts at local shops following a successful Small Business Saturday.
With Christmas just around the corner local residents are being warned to be on their guard against strangers knocking at their door claiming to be dustmen and asking for a seasonal tip.
The council is inviting local people to share their experiences of life in the Brighter Borough and their hopes and concerns about the future.
A scheme that offers one-to-one breastfeeding support has been expanded and is now available to all the borough’s new mums.
A parent who borrowed a children's book from a Wandsworth library in 2005 and never returned it has helped land taxpayers with a £370,000 book replacement bill.
Councillors last night (Thursday) approved proposals that open up the way for amateur running group Parkrun UK to begin organising races in Wandsworth’s parks and open spaces.
Hundreds of children from disadvantaged backgrounds are receiving free nursery sessions in Wandsworth as part of a £6m investment in their education and development.
Heathrow's Matt Gorman told a public meeting last night that Wandsworth’s flightpath communities would not continue to get a half day respite period if the airport is given permission to build a third runway.
The team of people who work at the Tooting Bec athletics track will be offered the chance to take over its day-to-day management and run it as a social enterprise, councillors have heard.
The owner of a takeaway restaurant in Battersea Rise has had his application to stay open until 4am at weekends rejected by Wandsworth councillors.
Older people are being urged to renew their Freedom Passes with London Councils.
The council is offering a grant to a church-based group in Balham to help set up a community laundry that could be used by homeless families who live in a nearby temporary housing scheme.
Residents who wish to speak to a local councillor to enlist their help or raise an issue of local concern can do so at regularly held drop-in surgeries across the borough.
Visitors to Tooting Broadway were given a vivid demonstration yesterday (Wednesday) of the detrimental effect smoking-related litter can have on the local environment.
Parents in Wandsworth are to be formally consulted on proposed changes to admission rules that should make it easier for more children to attend their local neighbourhood community school.
Channel 5 weather presenter and OK! Magazine columnist Sian Welby has backed a lifesaving campaign to protect vulnerable people from the cold in Wandsworth.
An international competition to design a new bridge across the River Thames in central London has been launched by Wandsworth Council.
The cross-party 2M Group of councils is warning the Airports Commission and the Government that Heathrow expansion has become even more difficult after the UK’s Supreme Court was given responsibility to enforce EU pollution law.
State-of-the-art electric racing cars could be thrilling crowds of spectators in Battersea Park next summer after councillors endorsed the idea of staging the climax of the current Formula E championship season in the park next June.
More than 200 hundred local students attended a Nine Elms careers event yesterday (Tuesday) at London South Bank University to explore the opportunities Europe's biggest regeneration project is bringing to the brighter borough.
Leaders from the all-party 2M Group of councils opposed to Heathrow expansion challenged Heathrow’s noise, air quality and economic claims at a public hearing today organised by the Airports Commission.
Council leader Ravi Govindia has signalled his support for a cross party campaign that aims to curb the spread of high stakes gambling machines in London’s high streets.
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