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News published July 2013

  • Fun filled activities next week in Battersea Park

    Published 25 July 2013

    Parents looking for fun-filled activities for their children in the summer holidays are being reminded that Battersea Park will be hosting some great sporting events next week thanks to a local crime busting charity.

  • Electric car charging points at Manor Fields

    Published 24 July 2013

    Manor Fields, a private housing estate in Putney, has installed two electric vehicle charging points to help its residents switch over to electric motoring.

  • Ram Brewery redevelopment approved

    Published 24 July 2013

    Councillors have approved plans to redevelop the Ram Brewery in Wandsworth Town which would create 661 new homes and more than 500 permanent jobs.

  • New sequence agreed for chimney rebuild

    Published 24 July 2013

    Battersea Power Station’s chimneys are to be taken down and rebuilt in a faster sequence after Wandsworth Council agreed the change at the July 23 planning committee.

  • You Love Wandsworth

    Published 23 July 2013

    The council has been inundated with responses to its Love Wandsworth campaign, asking local people what they like about life in the Brighter Borough.

  • Roehampton ready to embrace festival fever

    Published 23 July 2013

    The community is gearing up for the return of the Roehampton Festival next month.

  • Thousands head to Get Active Day

    Published 19 July 2013

    More than 5,000 people gathered in a sun-drenched King George’s Park last Saturday to take part in a day-long event aimed at encouraging healthy and active lifestyles.

  • Hundreds turn out for Nine Elms open day

    Published 18 July 2013

    More than 550 residents came to last week’s Nine Elms Vauxhall open days to find out about the big changes now taking place across this part of the South Bank.

  • Heathrow wants 4 runways, not 3

    Published 18 July 2013

    The all-party 2M Group says Heathrow's new proposals for a third runway will be followed by demands for a fourth.

  • Local firms scout Nine Elms contracts

    Published 18 July 2013

    More than 170 businesses from Wandsworth and neighbouring Lambeth attended a recent two-day event at the Battersea Power Station to learn about supply chain opportunities in Nine Elms on the South Bank.

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