Building work is under way at three new housing development sites, as part of the council’s long-running Hidden Homes initiative.
Generous Balham residents and visitors raised hundreds of pounds for the charity Centrepoint at the official launch of the Bedford Hill Place public space.
As the council prepares to install up to 125 new electric car charging points, more residents can now consider making the switch to zero-emission electric motoring.
Wandsworth residents are invited to a free construction recruitment event later this month showcasing the wide range of jobs and starter roles available through the Nine Elms regeneration programme.
Wandsworth Council is taking legal action against neighbouring Lambeth over its backing for a noisy three day summer music festival on Clapham Common.
A total of 790 new shared ownership homes are expected to be built across Wandsworth in the next three years, and local people are being urged by the council to make sure they get priority.
The council’s policy of giving homeless ex-servicemen and women a higher priority on housing waiting lists has led to 27 being given council homes since 2011.
Drivers and bus passengers are being given advance warning of a spate of roadworks that are scheduled for the Wandsworth one-way-system starting next week.
Tributes are being paid to former Latchmere ward councillor Maurice Johnson who has passed away at the age of 84.
The Leader of Wandsworth Council, Ravi Govindia, and the Mayor of Wandsworth Richard Field have congratulated the artistic director of Tara Arts on being awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours.
People living in a large area of Tooting are being consulted on proposals to establish a neighbourhood forum that would help shape decisions on planning issues within their area.
Wandsworth Council is encouraging local people to download ‘Circle’, a free personal safety app launched by London Councils to help Londoners stay connected.
The new Wandsworth Integrated Sexual Health Service (WISH) launches today (January 9), providing longer opening hours and a less fragmented service which is easier to access.
Council tenants in Wandsworth can now apply to buy a share of their home with a substantial discount, creating a new generation of homeowners.
Wandsworth is backing a national campaign to reduce the amount of sugar, saturated fat and salt being eaten by children.
Walkers and cyclists who regularly use the railway bridge that crosses Wandsworth Common are being reminded they will need to use an alternative route over the coming weeks while Network Rail engineers install a brand new bridge.
Work is set to begin within the next fortnight on a series of road safety measures along the busy Lower Richmond Road in Putney.
As winter tightens its grip, the council is preparing for cold weather, and has issued advice to local people on how to keep warm and safe.
The Wandsworth Food Partnership has been set up to encourage people to eat good, fresh, locally grown food, promote healthy lifestyles and reduce food waste.
The council is looking for more residents, businesses or other organisations who could help provide a secure and safe home for Syrian refugees resettling in London.
Residents are being warned to be on their guard against internet fraudsters after fake emails began resurfacing promising people a refund on their council tax bills.
Wandsworth is to receive a payment of more than £13million from the government after seeing one of the highest numbers of new homes built in London, including the second largest total of affordable housing.
Leader of Wandsworth Council Ravi Govindia has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List in recognition for his services to local government.
Wandsworth is backing Public Health England’s new year Health Harms campaign to highlight the damage caused by smoking.
In his New Year message to the people of Wandsworth, Cllr Ravi Govindia looks back at the major events affecting the borough in 2016, including the EU referendum and tech giant Apple announcing plans for a new ‘campus’ in north Battersea.
Around 400 homeless people in South West London could be helped ‘off the streets’ thanks to a £400k grant.
With Andy Murray confirmed as world number one, tennis fans in Wandsworth have something else to celebrate with work now well underway on upgrading six tennis venues across the borough.
Wandsworth Council is calling on the Mayor of London to help other local authorities adopt its successful Hidden Homes programme, which could help deliver thousands of additional low cost properties across the capital.
A feast of Christmas carols, music, mince pies and more took place in Battersea on Wednesday (14 December) at York Gardens Library and Community Centre, Battersea.
Last year was another record year for the council’s libraries network, with the largest number of issues in the capital - 1,432,685.
New homes are on the way for Roehampton as part of a council housebuilding development programme.
People living in 2,000 properties on housing estates across Wandsworth will see their heating and hot water bills reduced by ten per cent next year.
A second series of drop-in clinics is being held in Balham and Clapham Junction to help make sure as many Wandsworth schoolchildren as possible are inoculated against flu.
Winners of the fourth annual Wandsworth Businesses Awards have been announced.
Lanterns, a light show, music and dance helped transform the centre of Roehampton on Saturday (10 December), with hundreds taking part in a seasonal celebration.
The next generation of workers in the borough’s technology sector are being trained up in coding clubs being run in Wandsworth schools.
A popular and heavily oversubscribed Roman Catholic primary school in Putney is consulting parents and other interested parties over a proposed change to its admission arrangements for the 2018/9 academic year.
As the festive party season kicks in, Wandsworth residents are being urged to keep an eye on their drinking.
Help with rent arrears, debt, Housing Benefit, Council Tax and more is available from free sessions at the Western Area Housing Office, Holybourne Avenue, Alton estate.
Residents can expect to see improvement works to revive two key areas of Tooting Common over the coming months as part of the Tooting Common Heritage Project.
The council will resist a mobile phone company’s plans to erect a large telecom mast next to Tooting Common at an appeal being heard in the New Year.
The Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership, as a Tate Exchange Associate, has launched a new arts engagement project which will bring clay and digital storytelling workshops to a network of galleries on the south bank of the Thames.
Ambitious plans to revitalise three housing estates in the borough have received a welcome boost with a Government announcement of extra funding for large scale housing regeneration schemes.