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News published December 2011

  • Buyers express interest in power station

    Published 20 December 2011

    The administrator handling the sale of Battersea Power Station has confirmed it expects the site to go on the market early in the New Year.

  • ‘Straight line’ plan for school admissions

    Published 20 December 2011

    The council has launched a public consultation into proposals to change admissions arrangements to the borough’s primary and secondary schools.

  • Local film at the Sundance Festival

    Published 19 December 2011

    A short film produced in Wandsworth by a team of local filmmakers will be screened at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in Utah next year.

  • One month left for primary school choices

    Published 19 December 2011

    Parents who want their children to start at a state primary school next September are being reminded that they have just under one month to make their choices and submit their applications.

  • Shoppers warned over bank card scam

    Published 19 December 2011

    Fraudsters have been targeting shoppers in a new bank card scam which has already fleeced residents out of thousands of pounds.

  • Teachers honoured by French Government

    Published 19 December 2011

    The two headteachers of the borough’s first bi-lingual school have been honoured by the French Government.

  • Balham pubs keep out crime

    Published 16 December 2011

    Pubs in Balham are helping to keep crime out of the town centre by sharing images of known offenders.

  • Eltringham drop-in Monday

    Published 16 December 2011

    A town hall drop-in event to enable people to view proposals for the council’s Eltringham Street depot is on Monday.

  • Third school goes bilingual

    Published 16 December 2011

    Shaftesbury Park is to become the borough’s third bilingual school.

  • Borough secures £4.7m transport bonus

    Published 16 December 2011

    Wandsworth Council has secured a £4.7million transport improvement package from the Mayor of London Boris Johnson.

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