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News published May 2013

  • Pothole crews move on

    Published 30 May 2013

    Roads in Battersea, Wandsworth and Putney will be repaired over the coming month as the council’s action team continues its potholes blitz.

  • Dragon helps young entrepreneurs

    Published 30 May 2013

    Young entrepreneurs can get help kick-starting their own businesses thanks to a unique link-up between the council and the government-backed Start Up Loans scheme.

  • Get your pet chipped

    Published 30 May 2013

    June is National Microchipping Month, and Wandsworth residents are being urged to get their animals chipped.

  • New free school secures permanent home

    Published 24 May 2013

    One of the borough’s new free schools has secured a permanent home for its pupils after the council agreed to sell it a surplus building in Roehampton.

  • Council to consider proposals for more school places

    Published 24 May 2013

    The council is to consider updated proposals to provide extra school places at local primaries from September 2014 and September 2015.

  • Young person of the year named

    Published 24 May 2013

    A 19-year-old girl who is working hard to forge a bright future in the construction industry despite leaving school with few GCSEs has been named Wandsworth Young Person of the Year.

  • Primary pupils prepare to unveil art exhibition

    Published 24 May 2013

    Pupils at four primary schools have been busy helping artists create new works of art for a unique exhibition inspired by Battersea Park.

  • Don’t park on yellow lines this bank holiday

    Published 24 May 2013

    Motorists are being advised to steer clear of yellow lines on bank holiday Monday.

  • Apply now for green grants

    Published 23 May 2013

    The deadline for applications for the next round of the council’s Eco Fund grant scheme is July 31, 2013.

  • Young professionals favour the brighter borough

    Published 22 May 2013

    A new study by banking group Lloyds TSB has revealed that Wandsworth is the favourite place to live in England and Wales for aspiring young professionals.

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