London enters Tier 2
From midnight on Friday October 16, the whole of London will move into ‘Level 2’ restrictions.
This means you must not meet socially with friends and family indoors in any setting unless you live with them or have formed a support bubble with them. This includes private homes, and any other indoor venues such as pubs and restaurants.
Putney Pedals launches to combat air pollution and encourage recycling in busiest high street
Positively Putney, in Partnership with London Waste and Recycling Board, has launched an innovative and unique trade waste scheme for Putney businesses.
Housing for All programme delivers new homes at Thessaly Road in memory of WW1 hero
One of Britain’s bravest World War I heroes has been honoured by having a block of Council owned homes named after him in Wandsworth
Tackling Air Pollution One E-Cargo Bike at a Time
E-Cargo Bikes Case Study 1 - Wandsworth Parks Police
The fight for better air quality in the borough remains an important area of concern for the council and its residents.
E-Cargo bikes are one of the ways that the council has been helping reduce carbon emissions in the borough.
Winstanley and York Road Regeneration scheme shortlisted for top planning award
Wandsworth Council’s Winstanley and York Road Regeneration scheme has been shortlisted at the New London Awards.
Wandsworth wins more than half a million pounds in Green Home funding
Wandsworth Council has been successful in securing funding to help people deliver energy efficiency upgrades to their homes.
Councillors pledge £10,000 for statue commemorating London’s first black Mayor
A Wandsworth Council campaign to honour and commemorate London’s first black mayor has moved forward with councillors agreeing to pledge £10,000 towards the cost of erecting a statue of John Archer.
Vivienne finds her voice
Vivienne Whyte, who has received support with literacy and other skills from the council’s Lifelong Learning Team, has featured in the Channel 4 programme The Write Offs.
Quitting smoking more important than ever this Stoptober
Wandsworth’s smokers who want to take the 28-day Stoptober challenge run by Public Health England can get free local support to help them quit for good.
Parents given reassurance that schools remain safe for pupils
Health and education chiefs in Wandsworth are reassuring parents that schools remain safe places for their children and they should continue to attend classes.
More ‘School Streets’ launched
Parents and pupils at more Wandsworth primary schools will be able to enjoy traffic-free drop-offs and pick-ups outside the school gates with the next phase of “School Streets about to be launched.
Wandsworth Council launches Smart Growth recovery plan
Wandsworth Council is responding to the Coronavirus pandemic by launching an ambitious recovery plan designed to ensure that the borough gives the best possible opportunities and advantages to its residents and businesses.
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