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Children playing in The Pleasance green space in Putney have brand-new play equipment to enjoy.
It may be the season of goodwill but fraudsters are working overtime at Christmas, warns Wandsworth Council.
Pubs in Wandsworth are faring far better than those neighbouring boroughs, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed.
The council’s cabinet member for adult social care and health Cllr Paul Ellis has issued the following statement: “We have just completed a procurement exercise to commission homecare services over the next ten years in a contract worth more than £100million. This has been a detailed and exhaustive process to ensure that our residents receive high quality home care support and that local taxpayers get the best deal for their money.
Residents interested in getting into the construction industry on the Winstanley estate will benefit from health and safety construction training, as part of a successful funding bid put forward by the council, in partnership with Battersea Power station.
Wandsworth is the fourth happiest place to live in the Capital, and the happiest inner London borough, a new survey reveals.
Residents and businesses in Tooting have until Monday (Dec 10) to take part in a public consultation on proposals to improve pedestrian safety in the town centre.
A young mother, who says her life was saved by a sprinkler that put out a chip pan fire in her flat, believes the council is doing the right thing by wanting to retro-fit sprinklers across its tower blocks.
As the countdown to Christmas continues, find out about some of the unique independent stores on your doorstep with the council’s new shopping guide.
The council has unveiled a wide ranging series of proposals to show how it plans to support the Mayor’s Transport Strategy (MTS).
Do you know someone who is a sporting hero or has given up their time to support sport or physical activity across the borough – then we want to hear from you.
The council’s cabinet member for adult social care and health Cllr Paul Ellis has issued the following statement:
Tributes have been paid to Albert Newman, a former Chief Executive of Wandsworth Council, who has passed away aged 93.
Wandsworth residents who hold European passports can attend a special advice and information session next week where they can find out more about their rights and their status once the UK leaves the EU.
The first machine digging London’s super sewer has started work at Kirtling Street in Battersea.
St Michael’s Community Centre in Battersea has had a revamp and has been officially reopened thanks to a grant from the Wandsworth Local Fund.
It’s Small Business Saturday this weekend, and Wandsworth shoppers are being urged to spend their cash in local shops.
First-time buyers purchasing shared-ownership homes valued at up to £500,000 will receive Stamp Duty Land Tax relief with immediate effect, according to the Government’s recent budget announcement.
Wandsworth Common’s popular Bellevue Road shopping parade is sporting a smart new look following a £440,000 environmental improvement scheme.
Parents of young people with special educational needs are invited to an information forum next week for advice on staying safe and making the most of the support on offer.