Local democracy is alive and well in Wandsworth, with the highest number of candidates this Millennium standing in the forthcoming elections.
The Employ Wandsworth careers fair returns to the town hall on April 20, with a chance to meet dozens of companies offering hundreds of job opportunities to suit all levels.
Next week (April 16-22) is Diabetes Prevention Week, and the council and local NHS are working to help local people learn more about their risk of developing the disease.
The new Wandsworth Community Choir (WCC) is a chance for local people to make new friends and enjoy singing everything from Stevie Wonder to Handel.
Organisations or individuals who want to get involved in July’s Brighter Living event to enhance independent living are urged to sign up now.
Tributes are being paid to former East Putney councillor and former Mayor of Wandsworth Margaret Calcott-James who sadly passed away last week at the age of 94.
Organisers of Art Night, which is coming south of the river to Nine Elms, Battersea and Vauxhall for the first time, this summer, have announced the first details of what’s in store.
Borough council elections will take place across Wandsworth on Thursday May 3, 2018. Residents will go to the polls to elect three councillors for each of the 20 borough wards.
A large sports and outdoor equipment store in Wandsworth has been fined £20,000 after being caught selling a knife to a teenager.
Rose Picicco has won the fifth annual Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year competition.
Wandsworth Council's Wandsworth Arts Fringe has launched its 2018 programme.
A show flat enabling tower block residents to see what a flat with fire suppression sprinkers looks like is now open and resident groups are being shown around.
A landlord who ignored a series of housing safety regulations and flouted laws designed to protect tenants’ rights has been handed a record fine after being taken to court by the council.
Trading standards officers in Wandsworth have taken part in a series of raids carried out by HM Revenue and Customs officials to disrupt the sale and supply of illegal tobacco and alcohol in the borough.
Council urges minister to grant stronger powers to tackle inconsiderate developers and building contractors
Developers and builders who cause problems for their neighbours could soon face tougher sanctions if a Government minister backs proposals laid out by Wandsworth’s planning spokesman Cllr William Sweet.
The winners of the 2017 Wandsworth Design Awards have been presented with a certificate and plaque by the Mayor of Wandsworth.
The council has welcomed today’s publication by Transport for London (TfL) of the results of its consultation on proposed changes to Nine Elms Lane and Battersea Park Road.
Wandsworth Council has announced further investment in improving the borough’s infrastructure over the next two years.
Two leading councillors have written to more than a thousand local businesses urging them to join the campaign to reduce plastic pollution.
The first of a borough-wide network of electric vehicle chargers fitted to lamposts have now been switched on and are being used by Wandsworth residents.
A small but historically important piece of open space that plays a prominent role in the story of Wandsworth is set to be given a new lease of life as part of £250,000 council conservation scheme.
Wandsworth Council is nearing the end of this winter’s programme of planting new street trees across the borough.
A topping out ceremony was held today (16 March) at Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea, to mark the highest point of the redevelopment of a landmark former gasholders site.
Tower block residents will be invited during the coming months to look around an example of what a flat with fire suppression sprinklers installed looks like.
MPs urged to put health before wealth as latest air quality evidence proves expansion would be a disaster
Local authority leaders opposed to Heathrow expansion say that it would be reckless for ministers to go ahead with plans for a third runway following publication of a new parliamentary report calling for a step change in government policy on air quality.
A new landscaped riverside garden has been created in Battersea Park in the latest stage of an ongoing series of improvements in the park worth £840,000.
Wandsworth’s council leader has supported today’s cross-party call to do more to tackle air pollution.
The council has conducted a study to better understand the residents of this new district of Wandsworth, and to help plan local services.
A third of all homes in the borough are privately rented, and ahead of changes to national regulations later this year the council is holding its annual landlords’ forum later this month.
The Leader of Wandsworth Council, Cllr Ravi Govindia, has written to Thames Water expressing concern about the recent water shortages in the borough and asking for reassurances that similar problems won’t happen again in the future.
Wandsworth businesses were invited to an Apprenticeship Breakfast this week to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week and hear about the value apprentices could add to their firm.
Borough engineers have come up with initial plans to improve Bedford Hill between Balham Station Road and Balham High Road.
Wandsworth residents can now enjoy free phone calls and mega-fast wi-fi from new network of multi-media communication hubs
Wandsworth residents can now charge their mobile phones, make free calls and surf the net via ultra-fast wi-fi at a network of digital communication hubs across the borough.
A school that teaches children with chronic illnesses has been recognised for its commitment to the rights of its pupils.
An iconic Wandsworth building has been given special listed status in recognition of its architectural and historic importance.
This week the first ever Wandsworth Enterprise Schools Week is encouraging budding entrepreneurs to think about a career in business.
Powerleague is today (Tuesday) starting work at New Covent Garden Market, creating a five-a-side football facility featuring six state-of-the art 5th generation artificial all weather pitches.
Every day thousands of commuters pass the new and emerging buildings that are changing London’s skyline on the South Bank.
Council leaders have called on the Transport Secretary to say how many years of extra noise he expects local communities to suffer if a third Heathrow runway is built.
Residents are being reminded that the council has waived all its fees and charges for anyone organising a street party to celebrate the Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The KITE service, which helps people live independently in their own homes, has been given a ‘good’ rating by independent health and social care regulators.
A memorial that commemorates civilians from Battersea who lost their lives in World War Two has been painstakingly restored by the council as part of an important local conservation project.
A scheme that aims to tackle loneliness while providing more affordable housing is being launched by Wandsworth and Richmond councils.