News from August 2010

  • Station upgrade approved

    The council’s planning applications committee has approved plans by Network Rail to enhance Wandsworth Town Station.

    Published: 20 August 2010

  • Prizes for active shoppers

    Starting tomorrow (Thursday), visitors to some of the borough's supermarkets will have the chance to pick up healthy prizes along with their shopping.

    Published: 19 August 2010

  • Noise fears over runway changes

    Local residents living under the Heathrow flightpath face the prospect of all-day noise for six weeks starting next month.

    Published: 19 August 2010

  • Councils make case for new airport role

    Local councils have a vital role to play advising government of the environmental impact of aviation policy decisions.

    Published: 19 August 2010

  • Festival success rocks Balham

    Hundreds of people crowded into Hildreth Street last Sunday to enjoy a sunny afternoon of live music.

    Published: 13 August 2010

  • Slight rise in birth rate

    Wandsworth’s annual birth rate rose slightly in 2009 to reach the highest level since records began.

    Published: 11 August 2010

  • Battersea next for time banding

    Battersea will be the next town centre to benefit from an award-winning council scheme aimed at cutting the amount of rubbish bags left on the streets.

    Published: 10 August 2010

  • Young Peformer 2010

    Register now for the 2010 Young Performer competition.

    Published: 10 August 2010

  • Two school redevelopments approved

    Education Secretary Michael Gove has given the go ahead for the redevelopment of two Wandsworth secondary schools.

    Published: 9 August 2010

  • Council publishes monthly spending

    Wandsworth Council has published details of all spending above £ 500 in a move designed to bring greater transparency to local government expenditure.

    Published: 9 August 2010

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