Pledge to support businesses during lockdown delay
Wandsworth Council’s cabinet member for Economic Development, Skills and Employment has promised to continue to keep supporting local businesses following the news that there will be a four week delay to the lifting of lockdown restrictions.
Cash boost helps green fingered allotment holders in West Putney
Green fingered residents who enjoy growing fruit, veg and flowers at the Roehampton Garden Society allotments in West Putney have welcomed a series of improvements delivered by the council.
Love your parks this summer
Love Parks is back! Wandsworth Council in partnership with Enable Leisure and Culture is launching the annual summer campaign this weekend, and will be kicking off with a litter pick on Sunday (June 6).
Work starts on new homes at Kersfield Road, East Putney
The Leader of Wandsworth Council, Cllr Ravi Govindia and the senior team at Wates donned their hard hats to celebrate the start of work on 41 new homes on Kersfield Road, East Putney. View the video of their visit below
71 New Homes Near Completion on Shuttleworth Road
The Leader of Wandsworth Council, Cllr Ravi Govindia and Cabinet Member for Housing, Cllr Kim Caddy, were joined by the senior team at Wates at Sphere Walk, Shuttleworth Road, Battersea to celebrate a new £27m affordable housing development.
Have your say on plans to improve Battersea’s Shillington Park
People are being urged to take part in a public consultation on proposed new play facilities, outdoor gym equipment and other environmental improvements in Shillington Park, building on improved community facilities in this part of Battersea which has already seen investment worth £2.3m.
Battersea chosen for launch of borough’s full fibre ultrafast internet rollout
Homes and businesses in Battersea’s Shaftesbury ward will be the first in the borough to have access to ultrafast internet speeds with the launch of a widescale programme to install full fibre broadband across the borough of Wandsworth.
Over 80,000 surge tests returned – thank you Wandsworth!
Wandsworth Council would like to thank the many thousands of people that took part in the recent surge testing programme. Last month Wandsworth Council working with the Department of Health and Social Care, invited residents and those working in the borough to get tested as part of surge testing.