People caught dropping litter will get a voucher to offset their fine if they complete a stop smoking course, the council has announced.
Wandsworth Council is backing this year’s Small Business Saturday, and is urging local traders to get involved.
Wandsworth residents are invited to join a series of beginners bike rides starting on Sunday 26 October in King George’s Park.
The council has launched a new anti-litter campaign after new figures showed that the bill for picking up waste dumped on the street is costing local taxpayers nearly £4m a year.
The spectacular Battersea Park Fireworks Display is now just over two weeks away, and tickets are selling out fast. You have until next Friday to get yours at a cut-price rate.
Find out how to apply for a free nursery place for your child with the council's step-by-step guide.
The council has vowed to strictly monitor proposed changes to mental health services to ensure Wandsworth people get the best care possible, both in hospital and out in the community.
Parents have just seven days left to submit their applications if they want to secure a place at a secondary school next September.
The vast majority of Wandsworth’s small high street traders are now claiming a discount on their rate bills following the launch of the council’s ‘Pink Letter’ campaign.
Wandsworth residents who need a hand getting rid of large items of household waste are being reminded they can have them taken away by the council for a reduced rate.
At this week’s full council meeting councillors unanimously agreed to support the case for Gatwick expansion.
A popular and heavily oversubscribed Roman Catholic primary school in Putney is to consult parents in the area and other interested parties over proposed changes to its admission arrangements for the 2016/7 academic year.
Council leader Ravi Govindia has paid tribute to the late Seymour McLean, a leading member of south London’s Rastafarian community who passed away earlier this month.
Wandsworth Council is now consulting on draft planning guidance which would give pubs and bars in the borough a greater level of protection from redevelopment.
Ten people who decided not to pay fines after they were caught throwing litter on the street have seen the amounts increase massively after the cases ended up in court.
The Wandsworth Business Loan Fund, launched earlier this year, provides loans to local firms of up to £22,000.
Builders who take up residents’ parking spaces with piles of building materials or cause traffic jams by using grab lorries to empty skips are to be targeted in a new crackdown on highway obstructions.
Thames Water and Transport for London have announced that a weekend traffic restriction will come into force in Putney town centre in mid-November.
Parents who have a view on a proposed change to school admission rules in Wandsworth still have time to make sure their voices are heard.
The borough’s young women are invited to the Wandsworth Girls’ Conference next week.
Ever had a letter claiming you have won the Spanish Lottery? Chances are it is a scam.
Wandsworth Council has approved detailed plans for the south west corner of the Battersea Power Station development site.
Car dealers who use residents‘ parking spaces to store and sell their vehicles are facing a crackdown from the council’s operational services team
Oakdene, a council-run respite care centre for disabled children, has been upgraded thanks to property developer, Lend Lease.
Local people from different religious backgrounds took part in Putney Vale Cemetery and Crematorium’s annual multi faith memorial service to commemorate family, friends and loved ones who have passed away.
The council’s Public Health department wants to know what Wandsworth people think about local GP services.
Wandsworth residents are invited to sketch, doodle, colour and scribble their way around Nine Elms on the South Bank this month as the area takes part in The Big Draw 2014.
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