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News published May 2013

  • Wandsworth welcomes a new mayor

    Published 20 May 2013

    The borough’s new mayor has pledged to spend her year in the role doing as much as possible to make a difference to the lives of young people.

  • More investment on housing estates

    Published 20 May 2013

    The council has unveiled its latest multi-million pound programme of investment to improve the homes of people living on the borough’s housing estates.

  • Power station park opens at weekends

    Published 17 May 2013

    This weekend local people will be able to set foot on the Battersea Power Station site for the first time in 30 years.

  • New look playground to re-open

    Published 17 May 2013

    The children’s playground at Battersea Park is to re-open during the forthcoming school half-term holiday with phase one of the refurbishment now complete.

  • Davies must test airport claims

    Published 17 May 2013

    The all-party 2M Group of local authorities has warned that new proposals for extra runway capacity will fall at the first hurdle if they are not backed by scientific fact.

  • Arts festival ends in style this weekend

    Published 16 May 2013

    One of the biggest individual events in the borough’s arts calendar takes place this Sunday (May 19).

  • Council tax collection rate up again

    Published 16 May 2013

    The town hall has improved its council tax collection rate for the sixth year running.

  • Chances to learn new skills

    Published 15 May 2013

    A huge range of free education and training sessions have been unveiled to give people of all abilities and backgrounds opportunities to learn new skills and get ahead in life.

  • Have your say on school expansion plans

    Published 15 May 2013

    Parents are being reminded that there is still time for them to have their say on proposals to provide additional classrooms at six Wandsworth primary schools from September 2014.

  • West Hill to host latest ‘Let’s Talk’ meeting

    Published 15 May 2013

    Residents in West Hill ward will be able to question their locally elected representatives and senior council managers at a special feedback session next week.

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