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News published June 2012

  • More of Elliott site conserved

    Published 22 June 2012

    The council has announced revised plans to reduce the amount land for disposal at Putney’s Elliott School.

  • Recycle scheme reuses electrical goods

    Published 22 June 2012

    Businesses across Wandsworth can take advantage of a free environmentally-friendly service designed to recycle electrical waste.

  • Disappointment at Springfield decision

    Published 21 June 2012

    Councillors have expressed their disappointment at a decision by a Whitehall planning inspector to recommend the redevelopment of the Springfield Hospital site.

  • TfL issues advice on bus strike

    Published 21 June 2012

    Transport for London has issued contingency travel advice if tomorrow’s (Friday’s) bus strike goes ahead.

  • Second refusal for Battersea development

    Published 21 June 2012

    A second planning application to redevelop the Prices Candles Factory on York Road has been refused by Wandsworth Council.

  • Parking changes for Wimbledon tennis

    Published 20 June 2012

    Changes to parking rules across the Southfields area will come into effect on Monday, June 25 to coincide with the first day of the Wimbledon tennis championships.

  • Free bike checks and security marking

    Published 20 June 2012

    Wandsworth Council is holding a series of free Cycle Corner events starting this week in Balham and Putney town centres.

  • Kids help design new-look playground

    Published 20 June 2012

    Children and young people have helped choose the new play equipment they want to see installed at the new-look Battersea Park adventure playground.

  • Wandsworth a favourite for filmmakers

    Published 20 June 2012

    Close to one tenth of all filming in London now takes place in the borough, according to the latest figures.

  • Olympic drop-in sessions planned

    Published 19 June 2012

    Find out more about the impact of the Olympics on the borough at one of two road shows.

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