Council tax levels in Wandsworth have been frozen for the fifth time in six years after councillors last night (Wednesday) voted to approve their budget package for the forthcoming 12 months.
The council is calling on ministers to give the local community a greater say in how the London Heliport in Battersea is operated
New shallow pools are to be created on Tooting Common to provide a home for frogs, toads and newts.
A fast food restaurant in Battersea has been shut down by council food safety inspectors after it was found to be riddled with mice.
The borough’s young people will be able to meet potential employers and have face-to-face chats about jobs and apprentice opportunities in the hospitality industry at an event next month.
Major improvements to Wandsworth’s riverbus services are attracting more and more local commuters onto the Thames.
An all-party group of MPs, councils and aviation campaigners came to the House of Commons today (Wednesday) to officially launch an aircraft noise report which could change the course of the airport expansion debate.
Beat boxing and rapper duo Maverick & Malachi have won the 2014 Young Performer of the Year crown after a live showcase event in the Civic Suite.
Wandsworth’s Mayor has hosted a lunch for local apprentices and their employers to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week this week.
Applications are now being accepted for the latest round of Youth Opportunity Fund (YOF) grants.
A garage in Battersea that sold a trading standards officer a dangerous and damaged car tyre has been prosecuted under consumer protection laws by Wandsworth Council.
A public consultation is now underway after the council published two ‘Article 4 Directions’ for The Wheatsheaf pub on Upper Tooting Road.
Youngsters battling it out in the Wandsworth Young Chef of the year have been getting tips from the experts at an early morning trip to Billingsgate Fish Market.
Residents of Roehampton are now being presented with a new outline masterplan for the Alton area which has been developed further following last October’s ‘options consultation’.
Three suspected members of the travelling community who were part of last summer’s illegal encampment on Tooting Common have been heavily fined by magistrates after the council took legal action against them.
Work has officially started on Wandsworth’s new Catholic secondary school and sixth form college at Surrey Lane, Battersea.
A unique partnership project to revive Battersea Park’s famous Old English Garden and bring it bursting back to life has been honoured in this year’s Garden of the Year category in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards.
A Battersea man who plagued his neighbours with late night noise from parties, slamming doors, scuffles and even botched attempts at DIY has been evicted from his council flat on the orders of a judge.
Wandsworth households eligible for the clear sack recycling scheme will shortly be getting their next delivery of bags – if they have not already done so.
There is still time to get your name on the electoral register for the European and local council elections on May 22.
Residents of the York Road and Winstanley estates have given their backing to a major redevelopment project which would see hundreds of their homes rebuilt alongside a new park, leisure centre, library and community centre.
Borough shops are set to get help with their business rates to help high streets flourish.
Wandsworth businesses struggling to get the finance to grow can now apply for loans of up to £22,000 thanks to the new Wandsworth Business Loan Fund.
Wandsworth’s health bosses have welcomed the closing of a loophole that meant cigarettes could legally be sold to children.
A shopkeeper thought he could talk his way out of trouble when he was caught by Wandsworth Council fraudbusters misusing his wife’s disabled parking permit.