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News published July 2012

  • Detailed plans for new US Embassy

    Published 27 July 2012

    The US Government has submitted detailed plans for a new embassy complex at the heart of the Nine Elms regeneration area on London ’s South Bank.

  • Today last chance to see torch

    Published 27 July 2012

    There will be a final chance to see the Olympic Torch Relay today as the flame travels down the Thames from Hampton Court to Tower Bridge.

  • Olympic Road Race tomorrow

    Published 27 July 2012

    Putney will be hosting the high-profile Olympic Cycle Road Races tomorrow and Sunday.

  • 2,000 Get Active

    Published 26 July 2012

    More than 2,000 people went along to the annual Get Active Day in King George’s Park on July 14.

  • Parking changes for Olympics tennis

    Published 26 July 2012

    Changes to parking rules across the Southfields area will come into effect on Saturday at the start of the Olympic tennis competition.

  • Say thank you to unsung heroes

    Published 26 July 2012

    A call is going out across the borough urging Wandsworth residents to say a big thank you to unsung local heroes by nominating them for a special achievement award.

  • Sign up for basketball competition

    Published 25 July 2012

    Teenagers wanting to get active over the summer holidays are being invited to put their dribbling skills to the test during a free basketball competition.

  • Elliott ‘delighted’ by minister’s go-ahead

    Published 24 July 2012

    Plans to improve and modernise Putney’s Elliott School have moved a step closer following a decision by education ministers.

  • Night noise warning on Olympic deliveries

    Published 24 July 2012

    Businesses in Wandsworth that need to arrange goods deliveries late at night because of Olympic road restrictions are being urged to stick to a code of practice to ensure they don’t cause unnecessary noise nuisance to their neighbours.

  • Wandsworth bids for Universal Credit pilot

    Published 24 July 2012

    Wandsworth has been named as one of a handful of local authorities in the country that could be chosen to help develop Universal Credit plans ahead of its expected rollout next year.

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