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News published February 2018

  • Comment on bus route changes

    Published 23 February 2018

    Residents are being urged to have their say on Transport for London (TfL) proposals to change the route of a popular bus serving Putney and Wandsworth Town.

  • Be prepared for cold snap this weekend

    Published 23 February 2018

    The Met Office has issued a cold weather alert, with chilly temperatures in London and the possibility of ice and snow forecast.

  • Major improvements to Putney High Street

    Published 22 February 2018

    Putney High Street is to get a package of improvements to improve traffic flow, reduce pollution and make it safer and more attractive.

  • Green light for hundreds of new electric car charging points

    Published 22 February 2018

    Councillors have unanimously agreed a radical programme to install more than 700 new charging points on lampposts. The move will boost air quality and turn Wandsworth into a borough where electric cars are the ‘norm, not the exception.’

  • Council cash for community schemes

    Published 22 February 2018

    Projects supporting the arts, people with disabilities, prisoners and care leavers are among those sharing £79,309 from the Wandsworth Grant Fund’s seventh round of funding.

  • New bylaws to protect parks unanimously agreed

    Published 22 February 2018

    New bylaws are being proposed throughout Wandsworth to protect the borough’s parks from criminal damage, anti-social behaviour and vandalism.

  • Local people have spoken: Tooting mural decided

    Published 21 February 2018

    Wandsworth residents have spoken, with over 600 people voting for the mural of their choice to be produced this week, on the site of Church Lane car park in Tooting, which has become a fly-tipping hot spot.

  • Councillors approve plans for £15m expansion of popular schools

    Published 20 February 2018

    Councillors in Wandsworth have approved plans to invest more than £15m in providing more places at some of the borough’s most popular schools.

  • Beware bogus roofers

    Published 19 February 2018

    Householders in Wandsworth are warned to beware of conmen calling at their door offering to carry out repairs to their roof.

  • Council announces extra spending on care services for elderly and disabled residents

    Published 16 February 2018

    Wandsworth Council has unveiled plans to spend an extra £1 million supporting elderly, disabled and vulnerable residents of the borough next year.

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