Wandsworth Council has unveiled new planning guidance for the borough designed to protect local pubs from redevelopment and tackle the excessive spread of fast food takeaways.
Enterprising Roehampton people enthusiastic about helping their families eat healthily are needed to help a local veg box scheme expand.
Shoppers heading to Tooting town centre will continue to enjoy half price parking on a permanent basis if a pilot scheme to boost local businesses is extended by councillors.
A new report by Gatwick Airport sets out the economic, housing, transport and employment benefits a second runway could bring to Wandsworth and the wider south London region.
Find out how you can get the keys to a new home at next month’s Affordable Housing Open Day.
Plans to develop a new and far-reaching cycling strategy were endorsed at last night’s community services committee meeting.
The annual Wandsworth Artists’ Open House event gives people a chance to discover the hidden creativity in their neighbourhood.
The council is offering free cycle training courses for young people aged between ten and 15 year olds.
This week sees the start of Stoptober, with plenty of support on offer in the borough to help you stop smoking.
The council is taking action to force a developer to take immediate steps to safeguard and protect an historic listed building in Tooting that is at risk from neglect.
Exciting proposals for a new family-friendly treetop adventure course in Battersea Park have been granted planning permission.
Residents who believe their home is in the wrong council tax banding and would like it reassessed are being reminded that this can be done free of charge by Government inspectors.
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.
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.
here’s still time to nominate an unsung local hero for a 2014 Wandsworth Civic Award, but hurry - the deadline for nominations is October 10.
Wandsworth residents who have yet to complete their voter registration forms will continue to receive visits from council staff in October.
The Wandsworth London Youth Games team have been reunited to celebrate their second win in a row.
Parents who want their children to start at a Wandsworth secondary school in September 2015 are being advised to start weighing up their choices as the deadline for applications looms ever closer.
Residents who need an extra bit of financial help can access a range of affordable and ethical loans thanks to the partnership between the council and London Plus Credit Union.
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.
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.
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.
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