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News published December 2018

  • Crackdown on rogue builders who disrupt neighbourhoods

    Published 13 December 2018

    Builders and property developers who create neighbourhood problems by hogging residents’ parking spaces with piles of building materials or cause traffic jams by using grab lorries to empty skips are to be targeted in a new crackdown on highway obstructions.

  • Young people make a difference

    Published 13 December 2018

    Young people from Wandsworth have been making their voices heard at the recent Takeover Challenge and as members of the London Youth Assembly.

  • Comment on the Local Plan

    Published 13 December 2018

    Wandsworth residents and businesses are invited to have an input into the Local Plan and other key planning documents.

  • Remembering the Clapham Junction rail tragedy

    Published 12 December 2018

    Today (Wednesday) marks the 30th anniversary of the Clapham Junction rail disaster in which 35 people lost their lives.

  • Wandsworth Council child refugee pledge

    Published 12 December 2018

    Wandsworth Council is pledging to offer a home to refugee children.

  • Nominate an outstanding young person

    Published 12 December 2018

    Do you know an outstanding young person? Nominate them for the 2019 Wandsworth Young Person of the Year award.

  • Public’s views sought on updating the borough’s late night licensing policy

    Published 12 December 2018

    The council is asking for the public’s views on whether it should retain its current licensing policy that determines the opening hours of pubs, bars, nightclubs and off-licences in Wandsworth.

  • Helping you understand the borough

    Published 11 December 2018

    Wandsworth Council has launched a new online resource that helps local organisations, groups and businesses understand more about the people who live in the borough and their needs.

  • New swing for The Pleasance

    Published 7 December 2018

    Children playing in The Pleasance green space in Putney have brand-new play equipment to enjoy.

  • Don’t fall prey to the 12 scams of Christmas

    Published 7 December 2018

    It may be the season of goodwill but fraudsters are working overtime at Christmas, warns Wandsworth Council.

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