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News published September 2013

  • Fun run in Tooting this weekend

    Published 24 September 2013

    Children can test out a recently refurbished Olympic-standard running track this weekend by taking part in a charity fun run.

  • Council team helping Wandsworth residents into work

    Published 24 September 2013

    Today (Tuesday) marked the official launch of Wandsworth Council’s local recruitment service which is helping unemployed borough residents secure new jobs, apprenticeships and training roles.

  • Funday launches Wandle Valley improvement scheme

    Published 24 September 2013

    A community funday to showcase the delights of the River Wandle and the major improvements that are being made to the river valley across four south London boroughs is taking place this weekend.

  • Council to draw up plans for bridge repairs

    Published 20 September 2013

    The council is drawing up plans for major repairs to Putney Bridge.

  • No letting up in pothole blitz

    Published 20 September 2013

    Repairs to potholes and damaged pavements across the borough continue as part of the council’s major street improvement project.

  • Council hard at work clearing up Tooting Common flytip

    Published 20 September 2013

    Council clean up crews are hard at work this morning clearing away a vast quantity of rubbish that's been dumped on Tooting Common following the removal of a large group of travellers.

  • Two way cycling proposal

    Published 19 September 2013

    A consultation is set to take place later this year on whether cyclists could be allowed to ride both ways down nine one-way streets in Wandsworth.

  • Hundreds of free nursery places for two-year-olds

    Published 19 September 2013

    Hundreds of children from disadvantaged backgrounds in the borough are now receiving free nursery sessions as part of a £6m investment in their education and development.

  • Roehampton redevelopment options unveiled

    Published 19 September 2013

    A six week consultation looking at different redevelopment options for the Alton area has been launched by Wandsworth Council.

  • Business rate cut secured for Old York Road traders

    Published 19 September 2013

    Businesses in Old York Road whose trade was disrupted by road works will receive a discount on their business rate bills after the council successfully lobbied Government tax officials.

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