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Trinity Road and Burntwood Lane are two of the most congested roads in England. Your local councillors are working hard to find practical solutions to keep the traffic moving and to improve local public transport.
Councillors have responded to a number of reports from local residents over the condition of the roads in West Hill, working with Council Officers to ensure repairs take place.

Wandsworth Council has acquired the former Bolingbroke Hospital site from St George's Hospital Trust which means that plans for a secondary school on the site, under the Government's Free Schools policy, can now go ahead to the detailed planning and development stages.

Northern Line Upgrade on Hold for Now

Tuesday, 29 March 2011 13:27
Residents may well have noticed that the weekend closures of the Northern Line have stopped for a while now. This is largely due to Transport for London’s (TfL) main contractor for tube upgrades, ‘Tube Lines’ being bought out by TfL and the Mayor of London following poor progress on the upgrade programme.
Putney is a great place to grow up in and offers excellent local schools.

Earlsfield Station We Have Lift Off

Wednesday, 23 March 2011 13:16
Welcome news for users of Earlsfield Station comes with the announcement that plans to rebuild the station entrance and install lifts to both platforms have been approved. Work is due to start later this year and be complete by Spring 2012.

School Admissions Tell Us Your Views

Sunday, 20 March 2011 13:08
Changes to school admission plans were rejected by the education committee following the intervention of Shaftesbury ward councillors Cook, Cousins and Senior.
Councillors Stuart Thom and Vanessa Graham have been working with the Council’s Technical Services Department to tackle the road situation on St John’s Hill.

Exciting plans have been developed by a group of residents in Southfields to restore the cinema on the site of Riley’s snooker club which closed down last year.

Upper Richmond Road Set For Change

Sunday, 13 March 2011 12:50

In recent months Wandsworth Council has received a number of applications to develop several sites along Upper Richmond Road between Keswick Road and Putney Hill.

Your ward councillors, Sarah McDermott, Ian Hart and Sheldon Wilkie are working very closely with council officers and the police in order to take action against PJ’s wine bar.

Power Station Regeneration

Wednesday, 02 March 2011 12:29
An icon of London’s 20th century industrial heritage is now several steps closer to securing its rightful place as the jewel in the crown of Queenstown’s future development.

The Big Society Comes to York Gardens

Wednesday, 02 March 2011 12:23
York Gardens Library will remain open, thanks to the local community pulling together and looking after their own neighbourhood.
As part of the Council’s Hidden Homes initiative, work is now underway to convert a disused clinic on the Ashburton Estate in to five, 2 and 3 bed apartments. The clinic has been empty since NHS Wandsworth relocated the services to the Queen Mary Hospital last year.
This is the fourth year in a row that Conservative-controlled Wandsworth has left the council tax unchanged.
On the 12th January 2011 Mayor of London Boris Johnson upheld the decision made by Wandsworth Council to reject proposals from South West London and St George's Mental Health Trust to build 839 new homes on the Springfield Hospital site.
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