Council leader Ravi Govindia has pledged to work with Mayor of London to represent the city’s interests in the forthcoming EU negotiations and to help secure the best possible deal for local residents and businesses.
Roehampton's Kings and Queens banquet and Feel Good Festival take place this weekend (2 and 3 July)
July is Scams Awareness Month and Wandsworth Council and Citizens Advice Wandsworth (CAW) have teamed up to expose tactics used by scammers.
Get advice on future choices after school or college at the free Get Set Go event for young people with special educational needs.
Dust off your rock 'n roll skirts and leather jackets and get ready for the 2016 Live at the Bandstand: Rockabilly and Rock ‘n’ Roll.
The council has unveiled formal plans to invest £820,000 in Battersea Park mainly as a direct benefit of staging Formula E there for two years.
Young people from Wandsworth schools have graduated from the council’s Young Leaders programme.
Chestnut Grove School in Balham and Paddock, a special school in Roehampton, have won first and third place respectively in a national annual award recognising work in promoting inclusivity and the growth of mutual understanding in society.
Students at Southfields Academy have taken part in a passing out parade after successfully completing a practical unit in drill as part of the Uniformed Services Course.
Swaffield School has received a special award for its Knight School programme.
A property developer’s wish to turn a popular parade of shops in Southfields into residential space has suffered a setback after council planners blocked an application that would have allowed the scheme to proceed without requiring planning permission.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia and cabinet member for housing Paul Ellis were at the Riverlight development in Nine Elms this week for a behind-the-scenes tour of 116 new shared-ownership homes.
People living and working in Southfields are being reminded that changes to normal parking rules will come into effect from Monday of next week to mark the start of this year’s Wimbledon tennis championships.
Throughout the coming year cyclists travelling through the Nine Elms area in north Battersea will be offered the chance to swap the saddle for a lorry cab so they can see the road from a HGV driver’s perspective.
A record-breaking number of dog owners entered their pet for the Battersea Park Dog Show yesterday (June 19), raising £420 for the Friends of Battersea Park.
More than 70 local children have paid a visit to Wandsworth Council’s first wildflower meadow at Furzedown Recreation Ground, Tooting, where they helped build a five star bug hotel.
Thousands of people are expected to flock to Battersea Park early next month to witness the climax of this year’s Formula E world championship.
There are plenty of opportunities to watch some top-class cycling this summer, and enjoy some cycling yourself.
Nine Elms is on course to be a new centre for arts and culture and a commercial hub supporting 25,000 new jobs. Here is Brightside’s guide to what this rapidly changing area will have to offer.
There’s a packed summer of arts and events coming up in Tooting.
As local authority funding has been reduced in recent years the council has been working hard to make savings while protecting front line services like weekly bin collections, libraries and the borough’s award winning parks.
The council’s newly expanded squad of undercover litter busters has been hitting flytippers where it hurts – in the pocket!
The Banham Group has opened the doors to its brand new training academy in Earlsfield and is now working with Wandsworth Council to recruit local candidates for traineeships in the security industry
The council is looking for the borough’s most family friendly businesses.
This week is Diabetes Week, and the council is sending out the message that with good lifestyle choices diabetes can largely be prevented.
Richmond and Wandsworth Councils have appointed Capita Local Government to provide a new joint finance system and a range of transactional services in a deal that will save local taxpayers around £6.8m.
A new business support programme has been set up by the council to help the borough’s food, catering and hospitality businesses.
Local businesses, sports groups and community groups are being invited to take a stall at this year’s Get Active Wandsworth Festival.
An exploration of entertainment in Tooting since the 30s was the winner of the second annual Wandsworth Heritage Awards for Schools competition.
The council’s Work Match team is asking local retailers to donate clothes to its new Interview Dress Support service (IDSS).
Housing association Viridian has unveiled the first phase of new shared ownership homes at the Riverlight development in Nine Elms on the South Bank.
Wandsworth parents and carers are being urged to switch off their mobile phones, ipads and other distracting gadgets as part of Child Safety Week next week.
The deadline for graduates with an interest in the public sector to apply for a training programme that could kick-start their careers is looming.
The council’s transport spokesman has welcomed the introduction of contactless bank card payments on the popular Thames Clippers river bus service.
Residents who sign up to pay their council tax by direct debit could win themselves a big cash prize.
The council is using an undercover squad of litter busters to target flytipping hotspots across the borough.
The council is reviewing its policy on how it enforces rules aimed at protecting local people.
Wandsworth Council is supporting World No Tobacco Day on May 31 and is encouraging residents to give up for 24 hours as a first step to giving up completely.
Local people are getting the opportunity to glimpse a preview of the architectural gems being built on their doorstep.
The third round of the Wandsworth Grant Fund is now open for applications
Work is due to begin later this summer on a new eco-project designed to support aquatic life in the River Wandle.