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News published September 2014

  • Voter staff knock on doors

    Published 30 September 2014

    Wandsworth residents who have yet to complete their voter registration forms will continue to receive visits from council staff in October.

  • Last chance to nominate unsung heroes

    Published 30 September 2014

    There’s still time to nominate an unsung local hero for a 2014 Wandsworth Civic Award, but hurry - the deadline for nominations is October 10.

  • Council set to protect pubs and put brakes on fast food expansion

    Published 26 September 2014

    Wandsworth Council has unveiled new planning guidance for the borough designed to protect local pubs from redevelopment and tackle the excessive spread of fast food takeaways.

  • Free cycle training for young people

    Published 26 September 2014

    The council is offering free cycle training courses for young people aged between ten and 15 year olds.

  • Get help to quit this Stoptober

    Published 26 September 2014

    This week sees the start of Stoptober, with plenty of support on offer in the borough to help you stop smoking.

  • Council to map out new cycling strategy

    Published 26 September 2014

    Plans to develop a new and far-reaching cycling strategy were endorsed at last night’s community services committee meeting.

  • Celebrate bridge reopening

    Published 25 September 2014

    Local people are invited to celebrate the reopening of Putney Bridge on Friday.

  • Half price parking for Tooting to stay

    Published 25 September 2014

    Shoppers heading to Tooting town centre will continue to enjoy half price parking on a permanent basis if a pilot scheme to boost local businesses is extended by councillors.

  • Gatwick expansion could create local jobs

    Published 25 September 2014

    A new report by Gatwick Airport sets out the economic, housing, transport and employment benefits a second runway could bring to Wandsworth and the wider south London region.

  • Council confirms future is safe for Southfields library

    Published 25 September 2014

    Over the past 24 hours the council has become aware of comments concerning the future of Southfields library that have been made on Twitter and other social media and also distributed via leaflets in the area.

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