Councillors hold regular surgeries for residents
Published: Thursday 18th December 14
Residents who wish to speak to a local councillor to enlist their help or raise an issue of local concern can do so at regularly held drop-in surgeries across the borough.
Main surgeries are held every Saturday morning between 10am and 11am, apart from at Christmas and Easter, at Battersea, Putney and Tooting Libraries.
The sessions at Battersea District Library in Lavender Hill are attended by councillors from either Fairfield, Latchmere, Northcote, Queenstown, St Mary’s Park or Shaftesbury wards.
At Putney Library in Disraeli Road, councillors are from either East Putney, Southfields, Thamesfield, West Hill or West Putney wards.
At Tooting Library in Mitcham Road, the councillors will be from either Graveney or Tooting wards
There are also a number of other surgeries staged at various times of the month.
At Balham Library in Ramsden Road, surgeries are held on the first and third Saturday in each month between 10am and 11am. Councillors at these are from either Balham, Bedford or Nightingale wards
Surgeries are held at Earlsfield Library in Magdalen Road on the first and third Saturdays in the month between 11am and midday. Councillors here are from either Earlsfield or Wandsworth Common wards
Surgeries are also held at the Furzedown Project, 93 Moyser Road, Tooting, on the first Saturday of each month between 11.30am and 12.30pm. Councillors at these sessions are from Furzedown ward
Also in Tooting, sessions are held on the third Saturday of the month at St Alban’s Church Hall in Pretoria Road between 11.30am and 12.30pm, attended by Furzedown ward councillors.
Sessions are held at Battersea Park Library in Battersea Park Road on the first and third Saturdays in each month between 10am and 11am. The councillor here is from Queenstown ward.
At Roehampton Library in Danebury Avenue, surgeries are held on the second and fourth Saturday in the month from 11am to midday and are attended by councillors from Roehampton and Putney Heath ward
Sessions are also held at Southfields Library in Wimbledon Park Road on the first Saturday in each month between 11am and midday – attended by a councillor from West Hill ward.
The surgeries give residents the chance to speak to their elected representatives and raise any issues of local concern with them. There is no need to make an appointment in advance. If people cannot attend one or would prefer to discuss something in private, they can get in touch with councillors by email or telephone. To find contact details visit www.wandsworth.gov.uk/yourcouncillors