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Wandsworth schools are celebrating another successful year of GCSE results.
The Mayor of Wandsworth, Cllr Richard Field, has paid a visit to one of the charities he is supporting this year, Shooting Star Chase.
Wandsworth’s borough police force is now testing its first zero-emission electric powered response vehicle as part of six month trail.
Local residents affected by the South West Four music festival on Clapham Common this weekend are being encouraged to report noise issues to Lambeth Council.
The new Sainsbury’s Nine Elms Point has opened creating 250 new jobs for the local community.
Motorists can enjoy free parking across Wandsworth on Monday’s bank holiday - as long as they stick to marked-out bays in the borough’s controlled parking zones.
Local people are being invited to get involved in a brand-new community choir.
Residents have until the end of September to sign up to pay their rent by direct debit for a chance to win a thousand pounds’ worth of shopping vouchers.
Five west London boroughs, including Wandsworth, are home to the most highly-educated population in Europe, new figures reveal.
Local people have until September 4 to comment on proposals for managing an historic avenue of horse chestnut trees on Tooting Common.
The London Mayor Sadiq Khan has handed responsibility for determining the controversial Wimbledon Stadium planning application back to Merton Council, while praising the scheme’s “great benefits”.
Residents have until the end of September to sign up to pay their council tax by direct debit if they wish to be entered into a £5,000 cash draw.
The Met Office has today (August 23) issued a Level 2 Heatwave Alert for London and health chiefs are urging people to keep cool and stay safe.
Residents living in the west of the borough can take part in a first stage public consultation being carried out by neighbouring Richmond Council on potential junction widening and road closure proposals that would affect traffic flows through Barnes Common.
Wandsworth has cemented its reputation as the ‘most pub-friendly council’ in the country by removing permitted development rights from 120 of the boroughs best loved bars and taverns.
Do you know an unsung local hero? You could nominate them for a 2016 Wandsworth Civic Award.
The Labour Party has retained its seat in Tooting following yesterday’s (Thursday’s) by-election.
The popular Bellevue Road Summer Fair is back on September 4, providing a day of family fun and showcasing Bellevue Road’s impressive and diverse selection of independent businesses.
New council homes could be on the way in Battersea as part of a plan to keep the local sports centre open for longer than anticipated.
Local businesses in Putney and Wandsworth Town centres are considering plans to form new Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) which would raise money to enhance the local environment and boost trade.
Work is proceeding apace on a landmark Wandsworth town centre regeneration and investment scheme.
A cross-party group of eleven London councils has urged the Prime Minister to support a new runway at Gatwick Airport and abandon proposals to expand Heathrow.
Wandsworth Council has formally called on London Mayor Sadiq Khan to determine the controversial Wimbledon Stadium planning application himself and not hand the decision back to Merton Council.
The memory of a brave young soldier who died in the trenches of the First World War exactly 100 years ago at the age of just 15 has been honoured.
A new report explores how Wandsworth has managed to keep its entire local library network fully open while delivering a wide range of service improvements and branch upgrades.
Putney High Street is set to become the first ‘Low Emission Bus Zone’ in London, used exclusively by the city’s ‘greenest buses’.
New monitoring data has confirmed an 80 per cent fall in nitrogen dioxide pollution episodes on Putney High Street as Wandsworth Council approves a new wave of projects and enforcement powers to help improve air quality borough-wide.
Wandsworth saw the highest increase in cycling in the whole of England last year according to new figures published by the Department for Transport (DfT).
An estate agent in Tooting has been ordered to pay a £400 fine after dumping a load of rubbish in the street.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia is calling on transport ministers and the Mayor to intervene to stop rail unions from plunging south London’s rail system into chaos next week.
Work is nearing completion on a community-led street improvement scheme that’s brightened up a residential area of Tooting Bec.
Wandsworth Council is giving amateur running group Parkrun UK the green light to continue organising weekly races on Tooting Common.
An ambitious new project designed to dramatically cut the amount of clean rainwater becoming contaminated in London’s sewers is set to be launched this summer across the Nine Elms on the South Bank regeneration area.
Councillors have expressed surprise after it emerged that just a few days before signalling his approval for a huge new football stadium in Wimbledon, Mayor Sadiq Khan rejected plans for a much smaller community-led facility in Bromley.
More than 200 people went along to the Get Set GO! event to help young people with special educational needs get into education, employment or training.
The announcement that Mayor Sadiq Khan is likely to give the green light to hugely controversial plans for a 20,000 seat football stadium and more than 600 homes on the site of the Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium has sparked criticism from councillors in Wandsworth.
Pupils from St Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary School explored their brand new state-of-the-art building yesterday including its innovative rooftop games pitch.
Wandsworth Council’s public health team is helping to fund a scheme that will help people keep fit and play a positive part in their community at the same time.
Battersea Park has again been confirmed as one of the best green open spaces in the country after successfully retaining its coveted Green Flag award.
The leaders of three London councils have written to the new Secretary of State for Transport threatening legal action if the new cabinet gives Heathrow expansion the green light.
Wandsworth Council has teamed up with the Brighter Partnership to offer free health checks to people in Queenstown.
Residents who spend time enjoying the green open spaces of a small park in Battersea are being asked for their ideas on how a £65,000 windfall could best be spent.