Battersea Arts Centre and Wandsworth Museum have announced that they plan to unite as one organisation offering an integrated programme of culture and heritage.
Wandsworth Council has arranged a public meeting on Monday 2 February about plans for a new 20,000 seater football stadium and residential development on Plough Lane.
The council’s transport and environment spokesman Cllr Jonathan Cook says he shares the concerns of local residents worried about the potential impact of Crossrail 2 tunnelling work on Wandsworth Common.
The council has given a property developer a two month deadline to carry out urgent repairs to a neglected historic building in Tooting or face losing it through a compulsory purchase order (CPO).
Teenagers and young people on Battersea’s Surrey Lane estate are able to show off their footballing skills on a brand new £30,000 floodlit astroturf pitch.
Wandsworth residents are being urged to find out if they are eligible for free extra support from their energy suppliers.
There’s still time to grab a place on the Meet the Forkans event being held as part of next week’s Wandsworth Enterprise week – but hurry as tickets are selling fast.
The Get to Know Cancer pop-up shop has been officially opened by former Tottenham Hotspur and England star Ledley King.
Planning permission has been granted for another 20 low cost rent homes on the Patmore Estate in Nine Elms.
Motorists and bus passengers are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys through Clapham Junction town centre from Monday after Transport for London announced that major repairs will commence to the Huguenot Bridge on East Hill on Monday (January 26).
Children at the borough’s schools are being urged to take part in a new competition designed to inspire greater knowledge and interest in the borough’s rich history and heritage.
A 60 per cent increase in the borough’s home building target is at the heart of a far-reaching housing strategy unveiled by Wandsworth Council.
A rogue builder who tried to fleece an 86-year-old Tooting woman out of her life savings has been jailed for 30 months after being prosecuted by the borough’s trading standards team.
Work to introduce a new 20mph speed limit across large parts of Balham and Tooting is set to begin in the next few days.
Councillor Jim Maddan has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honour List in recognition for his services to the community.
"It has been another successful year for the Brighter Borough and the council has made great progress in delivering its vision for jobs and growth, and in helping local people to achieve their aspirations."
Plans have been approved for 201 new homes and a brand new library in the heart of the Wandsworth Town regeneration area.
US Ambassador Matthew Barzun has visited Southfields Academy to talk to sixth formers about the ‘special relationship’ between America and Britain.
The director of a care home for the elderly had no qualms about using her dead mother’s disabled parking badge to get free parking a court has heard.
The leaders of Wandsworth and Richmond councils have announced plans for the creation of a shared staffing arrangement that will deliver substantial savings to preserve front line services. The proposals will be considered at future meetings of both councils.
Initial results from the council’s survey of people living in the private rented sector show many tenants do not know what standard of service to expect from their landlord.
A conference next week will bring together professionals working with the borough’s women and girls to discuss female genital mutilation (FGM).
The One-Stop Shop, which helps victims of domestic violence and abuse, is temporarily moving to a new home.
Parents in Wandsworth still have time to join the debate and make sure their voices are heard on plans to change school admission rules in Wandsworth.
Wandsworth smokers wanting to quit in 2015 can get help at supermarket pop-up clinics.
Council leader Ravi Govindia is urging residents to help stop a series of new Heathrow flight paths being created over Wandsworth and other parts of London.
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The Pump House Gallery is going prehistoric in its new exhibition.
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Cllr Ravi Govindia has reminded Heathrow bosses that councils across London and the Home Counties are deeply opposed to plans to expand the airport and create new flightpaths.
The council has teamed up with the NHS Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group to support National Obesity Awareness Week from January 12 and 18.
An information campaign targeting more than 12,000 borough homes will give advice on what can, and can’t, go into recycling bags.
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