Wandsworth businesses can still claim a discount on their business rates as the council’s Pink Envelope campaign continues.
A scheme to revitalise a key neighbourhood in the heart of the Furzedown area of Tooting will begin within days it has been announced.
Residents living in and around Battersea’s Northcote Road could soon be able to visit a bigger and better library in the heart of their neighbourhood.
Councillors have unanimously backed local objections to plans to open up the northern end of Thessaly Road in Battersea to traffic.
Sweeper Operative Kenneth Chambers has been keeping Battersea’s streets clean for nearly 20 years – and says he is incredibly proud to do his job.
A fearsome looking pirate ship - The Golden Ghost - is fast approaching Earlsfield.
Do you need help with rent arrears, or debt from Housing Benefit or Council Tax? Come along to free advice sessions at the Western Area Housing Office, Holybourne Avenue, Alton estate.
Roehampton residents have benefitted from a two-month course to help improve their skills while looking for a job.
Forty eight council and housing association homes have been recovered from tenancy fraudsters and let to people in genuine need during the past year, saving an estimated £2.8million in temporary accommodation costs.
Heartfelt tributes are being made today to Jim Maddan, Mayor of Wandsworth, who sadly passed away earlier this morning (Wednesday).
Some people may have seen on social media a letter written to us earlier this week by London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
The Metropolitan Police have issued the following message to local schools.
The sixth round of the Wandsworth Grant Fund is now open for applications.
The leader of the council Ravi Govindia has written an open letter to the people of Wandsworth on the Mayor of London's decision to call in a planning application to build homes near Swandon Way. The application had been rejected by Wandsworth Council.
A local resident has been fined following footage found on a CCTV camera in Tooting.
More than a hundred volunteers helped spruce up the Savona and Carey Gardens Estates yesterday as part of the US Embassy’s annual Day of Service, organised by Wandsworth Council.
Road users and pedestrians across Wandsworth will see improvements to road surfaces and footpaths as part of the council’s ongoing £5m neighbourhood investment programme currently underway.
Wandsworth small businesses and creative entrepreneurs could get the chance to showcase showcase their wares rent-free at Battersea Power Station.
Hundreds of local businesses could claim a reduction in their business rates by filling in a simple form.
Find out more about new homes for shared ownership like these on 19 October, 2-8pm, in the town hall's Civic Suite.
Two new supported housing schemes for people with learning and physical disabilities are on the way.
Foodies will again be able to feed their faces at the Balham Food Festival later this month.
Wandsworth Artists’ Open House is back next month, with nearly 150 artists across the borough inviting you into their homes and studios.
The first tickets to the spectacular Battersea Park Fireworks Displace go on sale at 5pm today (Sep 1).
Hospital staff working at St George’s, a gym instructor and a teacher were among nine people taken to court and fined after being caught fraudulently using other people’s disabled parking badges.
Discount retail giant Poundland is counting the cost of ignoring a major mouse infestation at its flagship Wandsworth store after being hit by magistrates with what is believed to be one of the country’s heaviest ever retail food safety fines.
Earlier this year a delegation of Wandsworth councillors, former council officers and local residents travelled to the Somme Valley in northern France to pay their respects to fallen soldiers and to visit the sites of fierce First World War battles involving the Battersea and Wandsworth battalions.
Council education spokesperson Cllr Sarah McDermott has congratulated the borough’s students and teachers after every secondary school and college in Wandsworth recorded an improved set of A-level results this year.
The council now offers a European Passport Return Service (EPRS) so that European nationals living in Wandsworth can keep hold of their passports when applying to the Home Office for a registration certificate or a document certifying permanent residence.
Provisional data from Wandsworth Council’s pollution monitoring station on Battersea Park Road / Thessaly Road shows a fall in fine particle (PM10) pollution in 2017, with levels within EU health limits for the year to date.
The painting of all four chimneys has now been completed ahead of schedule, Battersea Power Station has announced.
Enforcement Officer Jeanette Mahoney patrols the streets of Tooting and Balham daily to investigate flytips and other reports of environmental crime.
Nine one- and two-bedroom flats are expected to be ready to launch soon in Falcon Road, Battersea, prioritised for people living or working in Wandsworth.
A suspected arson attack early yesterday morning (Thursday) at a block of flats in Southfields has been condemned in the strongest terms and the culprits warned that if they are caught and they live in a council property they will be evicted.
Here’s a peek at work going on in Battersea to extend the Northern Line – including the giant boring machines drilling their way up to Kennington.
The council’s enforcement teams are cracking down on the small minority of people who make a mess on local streets and are asking local residents to help pinpoint repeat offenders.
Wandsworth is gearing up for the electric vehicle revolution by installing another 41 charging points at 13 new sites across the borough.
The council has launched the 2018 Wandsworth Design Awards to find the borough’s best-designed buildings.
Work has started on six new council houses in Rowditch Lane, with old garages demolished to make way for five three-bedroom and one two-bedroom houses.
Local people building their own homes on small, under-used council sites has taken a step closer to becoming a reality with the announcement of a pilot scheme.
Wandsworth Council has has thrown its weight behind a new campaign to stamp out illegal tobacco across the capital.
Another wave of neighbourhood improvement schemes to the tune of almost two million pounds are to go ahead with funding from the Wandworth Local Fund.