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News published October 2013

  • Nine Elms cycling strategy unveiled

    Published 31 October 2013

    Transport for London(TfL) has published a draft cycling strategy for the Nine Elms on the South Bank regeneration area which sets the aim of creating an “exemplary cycling environment”.

  • Residents can report helicopter concerns

    Published 31 October 2013

    Residents with concerns about helicopter activity and related noise are being reminded they can easily report them online or over the phone.

  • Prosecutions in pipeline following Tooting Common flytip

    Published 30 October 2013

    The council is poised to prosecute two travellers in connection with a huge flytip that was dumped on Tooting Common last month.

  • Docking stations in Battersea as cycle hire draws closer

    Published 30 October 2013

    Barclays Cycle Hire docking stations have now been installed opposite Battersea Power Station and at dozens of other locations across the north of Wandsworth.

  • Call to avoid back garden fireworks

    Published 30 October 2013

    London Fire Brigade is urging people to cancel plans for their own firework displays because of a planned strike by firefighters, and instead attend an organised display.

  • Door-knocking campaign gives recycling advice

    Published 29 October 2013

    Around 15,000 local homes will get a visit during November as part of a door-knocking campaign to help people recycle more of the right things.

  • Public’s view sought on Earlsfield regeneration scheme

    Published 29 October 2013

    The council has launched a public consultation into ambitious plans to regenerate and revitalise a stretch of Garratt Lane in Earlsfield.

  • Two suspects targeted in flytipping crackdown

    Published 29 October 2013

    Two new wanted posters are about to be put up in Tooting as the council continues its crackdown on flytipping.

  • Get help to own your home

    Published 29 October 2013

    A record number of people received advice on buying their first home at last week’s Affordable Housing Open Day.

  • Riverbus to rescue for local commuters

    Published 28 October 2013

    River boat operator Thames Clippers saw a 36% increase in passengers during rush hour this morning as the St Jude storm caused havoc on the capital’s rail and tube services.

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