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News published February 2011

  • Free advice day

    Published 24 February 2011

    Get free advice on money matters, training and employment at the Your Money and Your Life event.

  • See Covent Garden market plans

    Published 24 February 2011

    A public exhibition of plans for the future of New Covent Garden Market will take place on March 3-5.

  • Council tax frozen for fourth year

    Published 23 February 2011

    Wandsworth's council tax will be frozen for the fourth successive year, putting it on course to again be the country's lowest.

  • Deadline looms for town centre survey

    Published 22 February 2011

    Residents, businesses and visitors have until midnight on Monday 28 February to register their opinions about Wandsworth Town centre and so help shape its future.

  • Facelift for Garratt Lane

    Published 21 February 2011

    Plans to transform a long derelict site in Wandsworth Town into a new wing of the Southside Shopping Centre have been approved.

  • Big Society plan to save library

    Published 21 February 2011

    Councillors are expected to endorse a series of “Big Society” proposals to save Battersea’s York Gardens library from closure.

  • No charge for royal street parties

    Published 18 February 2011

    There will be no charge for street closures for Royal Wedding street parties, the council has announced.

  • Apprenticeships take centre stage

    Published 18 February 2011

    A special event took place last week to mark the success of the borough's apprenticeship schemes and to encourage even more local employers to join the programme.

  • Flood defence works at Ashlone Wharf

    Published 18 February 2011

    The Environment Agency has announced plans to refurbish Ashlone Wharf - an important flood defence structure which manages the flow of water between Beverley Brook and the River Thames.

  • First glimpse of new station entrance

    Published 17 February 2011

    Passengers have been given their first glimpse of how Clapham Junction's Brighton Yard entrance will look following a multi-million pound makeover which will improve accessibility and reduce congestion at the station.

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