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News published December 2015

  • Council leader’s New Year message to Wandsworth

    Published 31 December 2015

    "2015 has been another busy and exciting year and I want to thank our staff and everyone involved in the local community for their tremendous efforts.

  • Honours for three Wandsworth councillors

    Published 31 December 2015

    Three local councillors have been recognised for their services to the people of Wandsworth today in the 2016 Queen’s New Year Honours List.

  • Wandsworth nets £3.2m transport boost

    Published 30 December 2015

    Wandsworth’s streets and transport services could benefit from a series of upgrades during 2016/17 after the council secured a multi-million pound funding injection from Transport for London (TfL).

  • Residents can enjoy a green Christmas

    Published 23 December 2015

    The council is encouraging residents to have a green Christmas by taking advantage of the borough's doorstep recycling services over the festive period.

  • Free parking on festive bank holidays

    Published 23 December 2015

    Motorists are being reminded that they can park their cars for free in marked out parking bays in the borough’s controlled parking zones on bank holidays over the festive break.

  • Nine primary schools achieve almost perfect phonics scores

    Published 22 December 2015

    Nine primary schools in Wandsworth have been praised for achieving excellent results in last summer’s national phonics tests.

  • Don’t give fake dustmen a Christmas tip

    Published 22 December 2015

    With Christmas just a few days away local residents are once again being warned to be on their guard against strangers knocking at their door claiming to be dustmen and asking for a seasonal tip.

  • Train as a football coach with QPR

    Published 21 December 2015

    Young people in Wandsworth are being offered the chance to get a football coaching qualification in a free course being offered by Queen’s Park Rangers FC.

  • Call for Mayor to scrutinise football stadium plan

    Published 18 December 2015

    Wandsworth Council’s planning chairman is calling on the Mayor to examine a controversial development scheme to replace the Wimbledon dog track with a 20,000 seat football stadium, supermarket and more than 600 homes.

  • Have your say on quietway cycle route

    Published 18 December 2015

    Transport for London (TfL) is now consulting on proposed changes to two red route road junctions in Wandsworth which would form part of a new ‘quietway’ cycle route running between Waterloo and Croydon.

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