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News published February 2012

  • Public exhibition on Nine Elms scheme

    Published 23 February 2012

    The developers behind the ‘One Nine Elms’ scheme are hosting a free public exhibition this Friday and Saturday to showcase their building proposals.

  • Support grows for Tooting free school

    Published 22 February 2012

    Support is growing for Graveney School’s plan to sponsor a new primary free school in Tooting.

  • End in sight for first Heathrow trial

    Published 22 February 2012

    The first of two flight pattern trials at Heathrow is due to finish on Thursday next week (Feb 29).

  • New concerns over tunnelling site

    Published 22 February 2012

    New research by Wandsworth Council has raised concerns over the health impacts of a potential tunnelling compound at Barn Elms Playing Fields.

  • Training fund for community mediators

    Published 21 February 2012

    A charity is tapping into the strong community spirit which emerged after Clapham Junction was targeted by looters and vandals six months ago – by training residents to become volunteer community mediators.

  • Southfields by-election

    Published 21 February 2012

    A by-election is to take place in the Southfields ward on Thursday 29 March to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Cllr Lucy Allan.

  • Tube link to unlock billions in growth

    Published 17 February 2012

    A leading economic consultancy says extending the Northern Line to Nine Elms could deliver between £1.6bn and £7.9bn in growth to the UK economy.

  • Embassy Gardens plans approved

    Published 17 February 2012

    Wandsworth Council last night (Thursday 16 Feb) approved plans for a 15 acre residential and business development in the Nine Elms regeneration zone.

  • Borough drive to increase recycling

    Published 16 February 2012

    Wandsworth is striving to become an even cleaner and greener borough by driving up recycling rates.

  • Community groups given £55k in grants

    Published 15 February 2012

    Community groups across the borough have been given a boost after 44 organisations were awarded culture grants totalling £55,912.

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