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News published April 2013

  • Plans submitted for Battersea Tube link

    Published 30 April 2013

    Battersea is one step close to having its first Tube station after TfL applied for powers to build and run an extension of the Northern line.

  • Report uncovers £28m NHS budget fiasco

    Published 30 April 2013

    A joint local authority scrutiny review has criticised the NHS for failing to hold individuals to account for the large-scale financial mismanagement at a south London primary care trust.

  • Wandsworth fights back against Measles

    Published 29 April 2013

    A catch-up campaign has been launched to help prevent a measles outbreak in Wandsworth.

  • Public consultation on school expansion plans

    Published 26 April 2013

    The public is being consulted on proposals to provide additional classrooms at six Wandsworth primary schools from September 2014.

  • More investment on housing estates

    Published 25 April 2013

    Residents on housing estates across the borough are benefiting from multi-million pound investments in their homes and neighbourhoods.

  • Free wi-fi in Wandsworth

    Published 25 April 2013

    The council is to provide free wi-fi coverage across much of the borough.

  • Council to target ‘cash for keys’ racket

    Published 25 April 2013

    The town hall’s team of fraud investigators are to step up their work in recovering council and housing association-owned properties from people who have no right to be living in them.

  • Transport improvements ahead for Roehampton

    Published 24 April 2013

    People who live, work or travel in Roehampton are being invited to have their say over transport in the area as part of a project to improve it.

  • Give your view of outdoor gyms

    Published 24 April 2013

    The council wants to know what users think of its outdoor gym equipment.

  • Over 90 per cent of schools good or outstanding

    Published 22 April 2013

    Schools in Wandsworth are among the best in the country according to education standards watchdog Ofsted, which has judged 92 per cent of local schools good or outstanding.

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