News from September 2010

  • Next step for school projects

    Detailed planning applications have now been submitted for the redevelopment of Burntwood School and Southfields Community College.

    Published: 30 September 2010

  • Have your say on childcare

    The council is keen to gauge the views of mums and dads across the borough about the scope and quality of childcare available in Wandsworth.

    Published: 29 September 2010

  • Search is on for young talent

    The search is now on to find the Wandsworth’s best Young Performer 2010.

    Published: 29 September 2010

  • Tax cut for roadwork hit businesses

    More than 70 troubled businesses on Upper Richmond Road have been awarded a business rate reduction thanks to a council-led campaign.

    Published: 29 September 2010

  • Beacon status for Wandsworth tennis

    Wandsworth Common Tennis has been awarded beacon status for its high quality, affordable community tennis programmes.

    Published: 28 September 2010

  • Traffic alert over burst water main

    Motorists travelling along York Road in Battersea are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys today (Monday) and possibly tomorrow because of a burst water main.

    Published: 27 September 2010

  • Affordable options for first time buyers

    Hundreds of first-time buyers and key workers are expected to attend a special housing event at the town hall next month where they can find out more about buying an affordable home in Wandsworth.

    Published: 24 September 2010

  • Student boost for Clapham Junction

    Councillors have backed plans for a fresh wave of inward investment to Clapham Junction town centre after giving the green light to proposals for new student accommodation in the area.

    Published: 23 September 2010

  • Garage plans lack affordable homes

    Councillors have rejected development plans for a site in Southfields because the proposals lacked sufficient levels of affordable housing.

    Published: 23 September 2010

  • Nine Elms exhibition

    Plans for the regeneration of Nine Elms will go up on public display at Battersea Studios, Silverthorne Road at the beginning of next month.

    Published: 23 September 2010

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