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.
Nearly a quarter of borough households – more than 34,000 people - now use the MyAccount portal on the council’s website to access available council services since it launched a year ago.
The council is holding a Car Free Day in Putney on Sunday July 31, as hundreds of cyclists pass through the town during the Prudential RideLondon event.
Nominations have now closed for the Tooting ward by-election taking place on Thursday 18 August 2016 and the following candidates are standing for election
A bipartisan motion setting out Wandsworth’s response to the EU referendum result received unanimous support at last night’s full meeting of the council.
Wandsworth Council is taking part a project to find out what sort of people use car clubs.
A new eco-project supporting aquatic life in the River Wandle is scheduled to get underway in the next few weeks.
The Battersea Academy of Skills Excellence (BASE) will encourage people to consider a career in retail, hospitality, estate management, leisure or business at the Battersea Power Station development.
Weeks of hard work are set to come to a head for two community dance groups when to they take to the stage in Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens next weekend.
Councillors on Wandsworth’s housing committee have voiced unanimous support for an updated statement outlining the council’s policy on the Syrian refugee crisis, and in particular how the housing needs of refugee families can be adequately met.
Wandsworth Council’s public health team are urging the borough’s older people to take action to avoid developing a painful episode of shingles.
Wandsworth’s environment spokesman Jonathan Cook has expressed deep disappointment at a decision by councillors in neighbouring Lambeth earlier this week that paves the way for many more noisy music festivals and other loud events on Clapham Common.
Health chiefs are urging people to keep cool and stay safe during very warm weather.
Hundreds of boys and girls are expected to take part in four days of sport thanks to a charity set up to steer youngsters away from crime.
The second annual A.I.M. High event for borough residents aged between 12 and 24 will be on August 17 at Harris Academy, Battersea.
Council-led initiatives are supporting residents in some of the borough's most deprived areas.
Sign up now for one of the council’s affordable play schemes being run across the borough this summer.
Work has now begun on the construction of a new £900,000 extension that will provide a new pavilion offering space for workout and exercise classes plus new toilets, changing rooms and a first aid room at the much loved Tooting Bec Lido.
A local by-election will take place in the Tooting ward on Thursday 18 August 2016, Wandsworth Council has confirmed.
Southern Railway services between Wandsworth and central London were in severe disarray again this morning (Monday) despite the rail company cutting back its timetable to offer a more ‘reliable’ service.
Thousands of people got a taste of the best the borough has to offer in sport, physical activity and health at Saturday’s Get Active Wandsworth festival.
More than 300 Wandsworth and Lambeth residents found work in the Nine Elms on the South Bank regeneration area last year thanks to a cross-borough local employment drive.
Wandsworth Council is backing a Day of Memory this week in support of victims of honour-based killings.
Local people are being invited to join a new community gardening club in Nine Elms as the area’s regeneration programme brings north Battersea’s horticultural heritage back into bloom.
There is still time for residents to be entered into a prize draw for a big cash prize by signing up to pay their council tax by direct debit.
Film buffs can enjoy watching movies under the stars when Wandsworth Park and Tooting Common screen four blockbusters later this month.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched a consultation on a new Clean Air Action plan which will run until Friday 29th July 2016.
Council leader Ravi Govindia has written to Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin today to call for urgent action to improve Southern Railway’s dire service standards.
Wandsworth won second place in the 2016 London Youth Games this week following a dramatic finish at Crystal Palace.
People in Wandsworth have backed the introduction of lower speed limits in residential streets in the borough.
Local residents can now have their say on how to manage the declining health of a historic avenue of chestnut trees on Tooting Common.
The council has announced its new programme of support to help local businesses start up and grow at a launch event at Battersea Power Station.
Hundreds of local residents turned out at the weekend for this year's Roehampton festival
Witness Da Fitness: get involved in youth sports on the Winstanley and York Road estates
New data shows there were 501 affordable homes built in Wandsworth in 2015/16, more than double the previous year’s total – and with 1,742 more in the pipeline.
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.
July is Scams Awareness Month and Wandsworth Council and Citizens Advice Wandsworth (CAW) have teamed up to expose tactics used by scammers.
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.
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.
Work has begun on bringing an exciting new restaurant to a landmark retail unit often referred to as “The Gateway to Putney”.