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Wandsworth sets out green ambition

Wandsworth Council has set itself the target of becoming the greenest borough in inner London.

18 Jul 19

Go online to confirm your right to vote

Wandsworth households have been sent a form asking them to check that the information held about them on the electoral register is correct.

19 Jul 19

Rail bridge artwork comes to life in Nine Elms street

The transformation of the Thessaly Road railway bridge by visual artist Yinka Ilori has been unveiled by Wandsworth Council after hundreds of people celebrated the new design at a ‘Happy Streets’ community festival.

18 Jul 19

Superstar storytime wows Balham

As part of our #gettoknowyourlibrary celebration of Wandsworth libraries we’re focusing on the wonderful variety of events, services, groups and resources they have to offer.

15 Jul 19

Nominate your entries for the 2019 Wandsworth Design Awards

The council has launched the 2019 Wandsworth Design Awards to find the borough’s  best designed building.

15 Jul 19

Pick ‘n’ Mix of summer fun for kids

The council’s youth service is running a comprehensive programme of activities for young people in its second annual Summer Pick ‘n’ Mix.

05 Jul 19

How to compost at home

Residents who want to recycle their food and garden waste can take advantage of special offers on composters.

10 Jul 19

Young historians explore the borough's past

Projects on Battersea Power Station, the Daffodil King of Tooting and Dame Margaret Rutherford were all winners of the fifth annual Wandsworth/GLL Heritage Awards for Schools competition.

08 Jul 19

Council Leader speaks out on Hammersmith Bridge closure

The leader of Wandsworth Council, Cllr Ravi Govindia, has given his backing to residents saying that it is simply unacceptable they are having to pay the price for the recent closure of Hammersmith Bridge.

02 Jul 19

Councillor laments “bad day for local democracy” after Mayor’s intervention on controversial planning application

A senior Wandsworth councillor has warned that Mayor Sadiq Khan risks “riding roughshod over local democracy and local interests” if he overturns a decision by the council’s planning committee which had voted to back the views of local residents.

12 Jul 19

Community comes together for Pride reception

The town hall hosted Wandsworth’s first ever Pride reception last night to celebrate Pride in London.

05 Jul 19

Wandsworth Council marks the Addison Act celebrating 100 years of council housing

July marks the 100th anniversary since the passing of the Housing Act in 1919, most commonly known as the Addison Act.

04 Jul 19

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