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The South West Borough Commander for the Metropolitan Police has written the following message to the public.
No one likes a fly-tipper, which is why Wandsworth Council is restarting its CCTV appeal to catch litter louts in the act.
The effects of the coronavirus pandemic are being felt by businesses of all shapes and sizes so Wandsworth Council has launched a survey to listen to the local business community and hear about the challenges they may be facing.
Last night (July 2) the council gave an update on Wandsworth’s Environment and Sustainability Strategy at the Finance and Corporate Resources Overview and Scrutiny Committee (FCROSC) - this meeting coincides with London Climate Action Week, creating a good opportunity for the council to continue the conversation around climate change.
Work has now begun to deliver more than £300,000 worth of improvements at a local neighbourhood ‘pocket park’ and its children’s playground.
The council’s efforts to secure additional trading space for Northcote Road’s pubs, bars and restaurants so they can operate safely has proved successful with highways bosses at Transport for London agreeing that the road can be closed to traffic from next weekend.
Additional road safety measures are being introduced on a busy pedestrian route used by pupils at a Southfields primary school.
Bike hangars are to be installed in 21 streets across the borough in the coming months.
Children aged from three to seven can learn all about the world and sustainability from a new educational platform.
In line with fresh Government guidance, playgrounds in the borough will be reopening this weekend, but parents and children will need to carefully observe updated guidelines designed to keep them and others safe.
The Customer Services Centre at Wandsworth Town Hall will be partially reopening next week on an appointment basis only. This follows a public closure during lockdown.
Wandsworth Council has released its key figures for May’s Wandsworth Arts Fringe (WAF), which this year took the form of a digital festival as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The next steps in Wandsworth Council’s action against climate change will be discussed tomorrow night (July 2).
Healthwatch Wandsworth wants to know you have been affected by changes to health and social care during the Coronavirus pandemic
Five town centre libraries will reopen to the public from Monday (July 6)
Vehicle owners in Wandsworth are being reminded that normal parking rules will come back into force on Saturday.
Councillors can wear many different hats in their job, but children’s storybook reader usually isn’t one of them. However, lockdown has encouraged us all to get a little creative and Wandsworth councillors have been making videos of themselves reading children’s books from acclaimed children’s author Julia Donaldson, to help keep young children entertained during the summer.
One of Battersea Park’s most popular and historic water features could be brought back to life following a detailed study.
The council has launched the summer Guys Get Active programme to help men in Wandsworth lose weight and become fitter while enjoying sports.
Rehearsals hit a high note for the Battersea Power Station (BPS) Community Choir during lockdown when local resident Sting joined the chorus of voices.