Local people still have time to help shape future management plans for King George’s Park and give their verdicts on a host of proposed improvements.
Cyclists will soon be able to take short cuts down one-way streets as part of a cycling contraflow pilot scheme in four parts of the borough.
The council is organising special events to mark Clean Air Day on June 21 and is encouraging local people to do their bit.
There's still time to book your place at July’s Brighter Living Fair to help people live full and independent lives.
Dockless bike hire company ofo will be launching a service in Wandsworth later this month.
Roehampton residents can get health advice at a pop-up shop opening today (Thursday).
Wandsworth Town Hall joined other landmark buildings across the Capital last night to be illuminated in commemoration of the first anniversary of the Grenfell tragedy.
The council will join the London-wide commemoration in the early hours of tomorrow morning (Thursday) marking the first anniversary of the Grenfell tragedy.
The council’s transport spokesman has urged the Mayor of London to do more to reassure Wandsworth residents that they will not be adversely affected following today’s announcement that the expansion of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) is to go ahead.
A new neighbourhood in the Nine Elms area of Wandsworth has been praised for promoting economic growth in a major awards ceremony.
The 9th annual Get Active Wandsworth Festival is back and this year will going on the road, popping-up at community events round the borough.
Next week is Carers’ Week, with a series of free events in Wandsworth including networking sessions and the annual Great Carers Bake Off at Southside.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has failed to incorporate 22 of the 25 changes put forward by the Transport Select Committee (TSC) in his updated national planning statement (NPS) - despite telling Parliament this week (5 June) that he had ‘acted upon’ 24 of the recommendations.
Thanks to National Lottery players the restoration of Tooting Common’s famous fossil tree and its surroundings will begin this week as part of a wide-ranging Wandsworth Council-led project to enhance and improve this much loved and popular green open space.
Residents in the Furzedown area of Tooting are to be asked to give their views on plans that could see more than £100,000 invested in a local green space.
A new competition has set out to find the next generation of street food entrepreneurs.
Next week is Men’s Health Week, and Wandsworth men are urged to take all the free help on offer to keep them fit and well.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling is pressing ahead with support for a third Heathrow runway without providing full details of the real impact of increased noise or of worsening air quality on people’s lives say council leaders.
A display of six different designs to brighten up an important community gateway have gone on show today (June 5).
Residents in an area of Southfields known as The Triangle are to be asked if they support council proposals for a lorry ban in their neighbourhood.