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News published July 2011

  • Get set for cycle race

    Published 29 July 2011

    A Cycle to Putney Day is being held to entertain spectators of the London-Surrey Cycle Classic on August 14, 2011.

  • Come and meet council leader

    Published 29 July 2011

    Come along to meet the leader and chat about local issues and concerns at our next Let’s Talk session on August 5.

  • Remove bottle tops before recycling

    Published 29 July 2011

    Residents are being urged not to put shredded paper or bottle tops in with their recycling.

  • 24 hours left to comment on bus route plan

    Published 28 July 2011

    People who want to have their say on plans to extend a bus route into a residential street in Balham have until 5pm tomorrow (Friday) to register their views.

  • Nine Elms mail centre redevelopment plan

    Published 28 July 2011

    A planning application has been submitted by Royal Mail to create up to 1,870 homes and a new primary school in Nine Elms, east Battersea.

  • Plan for Barclays bikes in Wandsworth

    Published 28 July 2011

    Plans are being prepared to extend the Mayor’s hugely popular Barclays Cycle hire scheme to Wandsworth.

  • Heating help for low income households

    Published 27 July 2011

    Summer is the best time to replace an inefficient old boiler or have other insulation work carried out in the home.

  • Get set for Olympic business

    Published 27 July 2011

    With just one year to go today until the start of the 2012 London Olympic Games the council is urging local firms to start preparing for the challenges and opportunities the competition will bring to the capital.

  • Musicians can learn first steps to stardom

    Published 27 July 2011

    Budding musicians can pick up a wealth of tip tips from industry insiders at a series of professional music workshops in Balham tomorrow (Thursday) as part of the London Folk Festival.

  • Playday fun next week

    Published 27 July 2011

    More details of the August 3 Playday event in Battersea Park have been released. The event is completely free and is being held to celebrate the national day for play.

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