Major investment to refurbish the railway bridge at Wandsworth Town Station is delivering safer journeys for pedestrians and cyclists.
More than half of the Wandsworth businesses eligible for an Omicron Hospitality and Leisure grant have applied.
The council’s mammoth Christmas tree recycling scheme is now largely complete but residents whose trees remain uncollected are being urged to contact the town hall to arrange a pick-up.
Air pollution concentrations have continued to fall in Putney, new figures show.
As we emerge from Plan B restrictions, the Leader of Wandsworth Council Cllr Ravi Govindia urges people to enjoy their new freedoms but to stay cautious.
Councillors at the Housing and Regeneration Overview and Scrutiny Committee on the 20th January have agreed to freeze rents for council tenants from April 2022. In addition, the council will carry on freezing fuel charges and apply a full credit against the weekly fuel costs for residents served by a communal heating and hot water system, this credit has been in place since April 2021 and means that both tenants and leaseholders will continue to pay nothing for their fuel.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia has welcomed the announcement that more residents are set to make Battersea Power Station their home.
Wandsworth’s health visitor service, which supports young families and their new-borns, is set to be recognised by UNICEF as a fully accredited “Baby Friendly” organisation.
As new data reveals that more than 96% of the pregnant women admitted to hospital with COVID-19 were unvaccinated, mums-to-be are urged to come forward for the jab, without delay.
Thinking about swapping your car for two wheels? You can try a bike out to see if cycling is for you.