Work Match, the service set up five years ago to help get local people into employment, has opened new flagship offices in the heart of a major council regeneration scheme.
Cyclists, pedestrians and drivers will all benefit from better roads and pavements throughout Wandsworth after councillors approved plans to invest £3m in footpath and carriageway upgrades in the coming months.
The council has published its plan for protecting and improving King George’s Park in Wandsworth, following extensive public consultation last year.
Wandsworth’s cabinet member for transport Paul Ellis is calling on Hammersmith and Fulham Council (H&F) to give “cast iron assurances” they are planning to reopen Hammersmith Bridge.
A leading professor has been appointed by Wandsworth Council as an advisor to help tackle the issues that can affect health such as social isolation and loneliness.
Summer in Battersea Park is in full swing and this weekend is no exception.
Wandsworth Council is running a series of free family running races in Battersea Park this summer as part of its Love Parks Wandsworth Campaign.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia is urging residents concerned about climate change to register their opposition to the latest plans for Heathrow expansion which were unveiled earlier today (Tuesday).
The successful ‘War Comes Home Project’ welcomed 130 people to the Royal Academy of Art for a talk on Growing up in wartime Battersea.
The first completed section of the riverside walk in Nine Elms has been shortlisted for the 2019 New London Awards.