Former army officer Cllr Leslie McDonnell has been chosen as the next Mayor of Wandsworth.
There’s a range of playschemes and family activities across the borough this half term to keep youngsters entertained.
Parents in Wandsworth are being reminded that they have until the end of this month to submit their applications for a secondary school place next year.
The council’s enforcement teams are out daily catching those responsible for making a mess on local streets.
The Wandsworth Family Learning Festival runs from October 14-29, with a wide range of free educational and fun activities to try.
A campaign to tackle air pollution has continued with drivers in Tooting encouraged not to leave car engines idling.
Get information and advice on how you can own your first home at the Affordable Housing Open Day next month.
Local business people are invited to sign up for two upcoming events to help their business thrive and grow.
Voters in Putney’s Thamesfield Ward will be going to the polls in a by-election on Thursday, November 9, it has been announced.
Nearly 150 artists across the borough will be opening up their homes and studios this weekend as part of the Artists’ Open House event.
The fourth annual Wandsworth/GLL Heritage Awards for Schools is now accepting entries.
Wandsworth and Lambeth councils have condemned proposals by the Mayor of London that they believe put at risk new homes for low cost rent and shared ownership, as well as the Northern Line extension.
Wandsworth and Richmond councils are today marking the one year anniversary of the creation of a shared staff workforce serving both boroughs - a move that will deliver savings of £10m a year for each council.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia has joined other council leaders from the capital in calling for the rights of EU citizens to live and work in London to be safeguarded and protected.
Work is now almost complete on the planting of 64 small-leafed lime trees on Tooting Common to ensure that the historic avenue of trees at the heart of this popular green space can thrive for the next 200 years and beyond.
The leader of Wandsworth Council, Ravi Govindia, has paid tribute to Jim Maddan at the Putney councillor’s funeral on Saturday.
The council is giving local people the chance to have their say on proposals for another cycle quietway through the borough.
Wandsworth has again won plaudits from the RSPCA for its commitment to animal welfare.
Time is running out to nominate unsung community heroes for a Wandsworth Civic Award. The deadline for nominations is October 17.
Street lamps across the borough are being replaced with energy-efficient LED lights.
The 28-day Stoptober challenge starts on Sunday (October 1), and Wandsworth smokers are urged to take part and give up tobacco for good.
More people living on estates in Battersea, Wandsworth and Roehampton are getting the chance to sign up for broadband offering some of the fastest connection speeds in London.
New artworks by internationally acclaimed artists have been unveiled at Battersea Power Station's Circus West Village.
Construction is continuing apace on new council homes for social renting in Battersea, Putney and Tooting, with one of the developments soon approaching completion.
The council’s enforcement teams are out daily cracking down on the small minority of people who make a mess on local streets.
Wandsworth is embracing the electric vehicle revolution by installing another 35 charging points at 11 new sites across the borough.
A scheme to revitalise a key neighbourhood in the heart of the Furzedown area of Tooting will begin within days it has been announced.
The Metropolitan Police have issued the following message to local schools.
The first tickets to the spectacular Battersea Park Fireworks Displace go on sale at 5pm today (Sep 1).
Councillors in Wandsworth are calling on London Mayor Sadiq Khan to explain to local people why the borough’s only 24 hour police station is earmarked for closure.
The leader of the council Ravi Govindia has written an open letter to the people of Wandsworth on the Mayor of London's decision to call in a planning application to build homes near Swandon Way. The application had been rejected by Wandsworth Council.
Residents living in and around Battersea’s Northcote Road could soon be able to visit a bigger and better library in the heart of their neighbourhood.
Wandsworth businesses can still claim a discount on their business rates as the council’s Pink Envelope campaign continues.
Councillors have unanimously backed local objections to plans to open up the northern end of Thessaly Road in Battersea to traffic.
Sweeper Operative Kenneth Chambers has been keeping Battersea’s streets clean for nearly 20 years – and says he is incredibly proud to do his job.
A fearsome looking pirate ship - The Golden Ghost - is fast approaching Earlsfield.
Do you need help with rent arrears, or debt from Housing Benefit or Council Tax? Come along to free advice sessions at the Western Area Housing Office, Holybourne Avenue, Alton estate.
Roehampton residents have benefitted from a two-month course to help improve their skills while looking for a job.
Forty eight council and housing association homes have been recovered from tenancy fraudsters and let to people in genuine need during the past year, saving an estimated £2.8million in temporary accommodation costs.
Enforcement officers reviewed CCTV cameras in Tooting after discovering a huge pile of household waste dumped illegally.
More than a hundred volunteers helped spruce up the Savona and Carey Gardens Estates yesterday as part of the US Embassy’s annual Day of Service, organised by Wandsworth Council.
Road users and pedestrians across Wandsworth will see improvements to road surfaces and footpaths as part of the council’s ongoing £5m neighbourhood investment programme currently underway.
Heartfelt tributes are being made today to Jim Maddan, Mayor of Wandsworth, who sadly passed away earlier this morning (Wednesday).