Motorists are reminded they can park for free in the borough’s parking zones on bank holiday Monday (August 26).
As the council’s summer-long celebration of the borough’s libraries comes to an end, the senior councillor responsible for the service has been meeting archivists at the Wandsworth Heritage Service who work to preserve the borough’s written past.
Residents of the Savona, Patmore and Carey Gardens estates and surrounding area are invited to free weekly virtual theatre screenings from this autumn.
Wandsworth Council has signed a major contract with a pioneering chewing gum recycling company to help keep those white splodges off borough streets.
Wandsworth Council secures another approval to build more homes as part of its 1,000 Homes Programme
The council, advised by Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design, has been given the go ahead for an infill development scheme on a site in Putney creating 41 more homes as part of its 1,000 homes programme.
Residents in Wandsworth who want their street to take part in next month’s London-wide Car Free Day event are being reminded they have ten days left to submit their online application.
There's still time to book your place on next month's Brighter Living Fair.
Families in Earlsfield have less than a week left to choose their favourite design for new-look Garratt Park playground
Children and families living in Earlsfield have just under a week left to voice their support for one of three choices to upgrade playground equipment at a popular local neighbourhood green space.
A children’s playground on Wandsworth Common has been officially reopened after a £165,000 revamp.
Wandsworth Council has welcomed the opening of The Coaling Jetty at Battersea Power Station which makes a new stretch of riverside accessible.
Residents are being urged to help devise a new strategy aimed at preventing violence against women and girls.
Wandsworth Council has revealed its new Tenancy Policy and Strategy.
Residents in Wandsworth will be able to hold street parties, enjoy neighbourhood get-togethers and help promote sustainable transport after the council announced it will be taking part in next month’s London Car Free Day.
The council’s annual electoral canvass is now underway as town hall staff update the electoral register to make sure it includes the names of every eligible voter.
Thanks to National Lottery players, Tooting Bec Lido’s important landmark heritage features have been restored and preserved for the enjoyment of future generations.
Residents are being urged to plan ahead carefully if travelling by road or bus on Sunday as London hosts a major bike riding event that will see some roads and bridges closed to traffic.
Residents in Savona, Patmore and Carey Gardens estates in Nine Elms are being asked to have their say on better local sports and play facilities or equipment.
New Housing Minister Esther McVey met housing estate residents in Battersea today (Wednesday) during a visit to a new Wandsworth Council home building scheme that’s providing 57 new council homes for local people to rent.
Children and families living in Earlsfield still have nearly three weeks left to choose which improvements they would like to see to playground equipment at a popular local neighbourhood green space.
A new theatre for Wandsworth is coming to the riverfront in Nine Elms. The Turbine Theatre is set to open in August under the railway arches at Battersea Power Station’s Circus West Village.