With the reopening of Putney Bridge just over a week away, work is continuing to safeguard the listed bridge and protect it against the elements.
Exciting proposals for a new family-friendly treetop adventure course in Battersea Park have been granted planning permission.
State-of-the-art electric racing cars could soon be thrilling crowds of spectators in Battersea Park if the organisers of the new Formula E motor racing championships get the green light to stage a race there next year.
The Government has given the go-ahead for Thames Water to start building London 's 'super sewer' which will tackle sewage pollution in the River Thames.
Celebrations will be held later this month to mark the official unveiling of the new-look Burntwood School which has been completely rebuilt and modernised as part of a £40m investment scheme.
This weekend there’s a chance to peek inside iconic Wandsworth buildings as part of the Open House London event.
Residents living in the west of the borough will be able to quiz their locally elected representatives and senior council managers and deliver their verdicts on a whole range of public services at special feedback session later this month.
Another free cycle safety and HGV awareness event will take place next week at Battersea Power Station in Nine Elms.
Wandsworth Council is drawing up plans to improve the sports facilities that are available on Tooting Common.
Burglars thinking of targeting homes in Tooting have been thwarted thanks to an innovative anti-theft scheme.
People living on Battersea’s Winstanley, York Road, Patmore or Savonna Estates can get trained up to help their neighbours lead healthier lives.
Passengers on the increasingly popular riverbus service between Putney and Blackfriars could soon enjoy an even better journey after it emerged that the operators are set to launch a brand new boat on the route next year.
Artist Florentijn Hofman’s first ever UK commission, HippopoThames, has been installed in the River Thames at Nine Elms on the South Bank as part of the Totally Thames Festival.
Wandsworth residents who need a hand getting rid of large items of household waste can now get them taken away by the council for a reduced rate.
The council’s refusal to grant planning permission for a giant illuminated advertising hoarding in the heart of Clapham Junction town centre has been endorsed on appeal.
Town hall finance chiefs have issued a fresh warning to residents that fraudsters could be using a sophisticated council tax scam to try and steal from them.
Pupils, parents and staff at a special school in Earlsfield are celebrating after it was rated “outstanding” by the country’s education standards watchdog.
The council is set to consult parents in Wandsworth on proposed changes to school admission rules that should make it easier for children to attend their local neighbourhood community school.
Local people are invited to give their views on the council’s draft strategy to prevent flooding.
If you received a letter in July asking for more information to complete your voter registration, respond as soon as possible to avoid a visit from council staff.
The council has received positive news from rail bosses in response to its campaign for improvements at Putney Station and for better train services for passengers.
Local people are being asked to take part in a major survey to find out if the borough’s pharmacies are in the right place and delivering the services local people most need.
Floreat Wandsworth, the new primary school currently being built in Earlsfield, has arranged a series of dates for local parents and families to meet the team behind the school.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia is cautioning ministers against further expansion of Heathrow Airport warning it would “deal a devastating environmental blow to millions of Londoners”.
Work is expected to begin soon on building a brand new free school in Roehampton.
Wandsworth has welcomed the announcement that Transport for London has awarded Ferrovial Agroman Laing O’Rourke the contract to design and build the Northern line extension to Battersea.
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