Wandsworth Council has unveiled plans to spend an extra £1 million supporting elderly, disabled and vulnerable residents of the borough next year.
The council is creating a Management and Maintenance Plan for Wandsworth Common and wants input from local people.
Four videos have been specially commissioned to take a close look at the regeneration of Battersea’s Winstanley and York Road housing estates.
People have only a fortnight left to comment on the Mayor of London’s plans to expand the capital’s Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) to the South Circular.
Wandsworth is set to become one of the most electric vehicle-friendly authorities in the country with plans announced for hundreds of new charging points and the establishment of an eco-friendly electric car club.
Tributes have been paid to former Wandsworth councillor Gordon Passmore MBE who has passed away.
February is Heart Month, and the council’s public health team is urging Wandsworth residents to check their heart age.
Early research suggests that four out of five motorists are now complying with the borough-wide 20mph limit in Wandsworth’s residential streets.
People wanting to find out more about Building Homes for Wandsworth People, one of the biggest council housebuilding schemes in the country, can now watch a two-minute Youtube video about the council’s borough-wide initiative.
People living in Battersea are being canvassed for their views on a set of proposals designed to revitalise and smarten up their high street.
A scheme supported by the Wandsworth Grant Fund recognising the hard work of volunteers wants to hear from local people who could benefit.
Wandsworth is set to work with an operator of a dockless bikeshare scheme to run a pilot project in the borough.
The council plans to upgrade three Wandsworth Common playgrounds, and is holding drop-in events to get the input of local people.
The council’s community safety spokesman Jonathan Cook is warning that a controversial decision to merge police commanders across London risks making senior officers less accountable to the communities they serve.
Richmond and Wandsworth councils have launched their new, joint, Health Visitor Service to better support local parents across both boroughs.
Drivers leaving their engines idling outside a Putney school have been targeted in a council anti-pollution drive.
With local council elections just around the corner, the town hall is doing its bit to make sure everyone in the borough who’s entitled to vote is able to do so.
The council's trialing some innovative ideas in Tooting to help combat littering across the borough.
Wandsworth Council is celebrating the centenary of women receiving the right to vote and remembering the role that the borough played in the women’s suffrage movement.
The Mayor of London has announced a voluntary agreement with several housebuilders to offer, for a month, newly-built properties priced £350,000 or less to the capital’s residents. However, Wandsworth prioritises new council and housing association homes for rent and shared ownership for three months, not simply for Londoners, but for people who live or work in the borough.
Councils say the only way to respond to Heathrow’s latest attempt to persuade people a third runway is inevitable is to state that the airport is offering bogus choices on noise which confirm the airport is simply the wrong place for expansion.
A popular but dimly-lit pedestrian and cycling short-cut underneath railway arches near Battersea Park is to be given a major facelift as part of a council-led £30,000 improvement scheme.
Air quality in Nine Elms has improved dramatically as the council continues to work with contractors to reduce pollution from construction sites.
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall has paid a visit the headquarters of the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) in Battersea.
Tennis fans in Wandsworth can now enjoy better tennis courts and extended playing time in King George’s Park with the final stage of a £500,000 investment in improved facilities now complete.
On average, each person in the UK throws away seven times their body weight (about 500kg) in rubbish every year. But what happens to that rubbish once it leaves our doorstep? We spent the day at the Western Riverside Waste Authority (WRWA) to find out.
Residents are being encouraged to have a right royal celebration to mark the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after the council agreed to waive all its charges for organising a street party.
The Children’s Society has welcomed news that Wandsworth council is to pay the council tax bills of young people leaving the care system.
The importance of putting dignity at the heart of the care given to the borough’s most vulnerable residents was discussed at a Dignity Action Day event last week.
Residents living near Clapham Common have only a few days left to comment on a planning application to Lambeth Council over proposals to stage a series of events on the common later this year.
Tributes are being paid to former Bedford ward councillor Stewart Finn who has passed away at the age of 48.
Wandsworth Council has cautiously welcomed the news that Transport for London has granted car company Ford permission to run its Chariot minibus shuttle service along two routes in the borough.
Wandsworth Council has welcomed today’s news that users of the London Underground are to benefit from increased capacity on the Northern Line.
Wandsworth is to receive a payment of nearly £13million from the government to spend on services and keeping Council Tax low after seeing one of the highest numbers of new homes built in London.
Wandsworth Schools have yet again proved to be among some of the best in London following the publication of Government figures looking at school performance across the UK.
Councilllors have approved plans for a large scale housing and retail development on the B&Q superstore site in Wandsworth that will deliver up to 500 new jobs and nearly 200 affordable homes.
More than 300 people went to the Construct Wandsworth Jobs Fair yesterday to hook up with potential employers and find out about work opportunities on the Nine Elms and Wandsworth regeneration projects.
Air pollution levels in Putney High Street have fallen sharply over the past year, new figures show.
Wandsworth businesses can get help to start up and grow with a week of talks, advice sessions, networking opportunities, workshops and events.
Councillors on Wandsworth’s planning committee have rejected controversial plans for a large housing and retail development in the heart of Putney town centre.
Plans to replace valuable employment space on an industrial estate overlooking Wandsworth Common with housing has been rejected by the council’s planning committee
People living in more than 2,400 properties on housing estates across Wandsworth will see their heating and hot water bills reduced by a further five per cent or more in April.
Wandsworth Council is stepping up its efforts to reduce plastic pollution.