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Funding secured to Improve Tooting Broadway

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has unveiled a multi-million pound scheme to improve Tooting Broadway for all road users.

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Balham has received nearly £1.5 million of investments from the Mayor's Outer London Fund after a successful application by Wandsworth Council. The project seeks to explore, enjoy and invest in Balham.
Local councillors for Bedford Ward have objected to a proposals to erect a large mobile phone mast near the “Tooting Triangle” playground and One ‘o’ Clock Club. 

New Free School Plan for Tooting

Friday, 09 December 2011 14:36
The Michaela Community School is due to open next September and will have as its head teacher Katharine Birbalsingh, who shot to national prominence last year when she spoke out about failings in the modern education system.

On Sunday 11th December five extra trains will run during the morning peak from Wimbledon station into central London – a 12 per cent boost to passenger capacity.

Albert Bridge Due to re-open in December

Thursday, 24 November 2011 12:37
Local councillors welcome the reopening of the Albert Bridge on Friday, 2nd December 2011.

More Trains on the District Line

Tuesday, 15 November 2011 12:41
Transport for London (TfL) have confirmed a 12% increase in Wimbledon branch District Line services from December as a result of feedback to a consultation on improving District Line services through Putney.

Transport Police Reduce Local Transport Crime

Tuesday, 15 November 2011 12:11
Richard Tracey has welcomed the Mayor’s plans for 413 extra warranted officers on public transport – the sort of visible police presence on public transport that Richard Tracey has consistently campaigned for.
After lobbying in early 2011 by Richard Tracey, Justine Greening MP and your local councillors Transport for London launched a consultation on rerouting Kensignton Trains through the Wimbledon Branch.

Welcome Cash for Tooting Town Centre

Saturday, 12 November 2011 12:04
Richard Tracey has warmly welcomed a grant of just under £200,000 from Boris Johnson's Outer London Fund to help further improve the Tooting town centre.

‘Boris Bikes’ come to Battersea

Thursday, 10 November 2011 11:57
'Boris Bikes' will soon arrive in Wandsworth following successful lobbying by Richard Tracey, Jane Ellison MP and the Wandsworth Cycling Campaign.

River Transport Service Update

Tuesday, 01 November 2011 11:40
Earlier this year, Richard Tracey asked residents living near the river whether or not they would be likely to commute to work via a riverboat service.  The results show that there is overwhelming support for such an option.

Fighting to Protect Barn Elms

Tuesday, 25 October 2011 11:27

Richard Tracey has thrown his weight into the campaign to save Barn Elms open space and sports ground from the threatened shaft for the Thames Tunnel construction.

As many residents will be aware, Richard Tracey is working hard with your local councillors to fight the developer’s appeal against Wandsworth Council’s rejection of the Springfield mega development plans.

Clapham Junction is Open for Business

Saturday, 20 August 2011 11:08

Richard Tracey has warmly praised great Battersea spirit following the rioting and looting around Clapham Junction in early August. He met residents and shopkeepers the next day with Mayor Boris Johnson, your local MP Jane Ellison, Home Secretary Theresa May and local councillors.

Improving our High Street

Saturday, 25 June 2011 14:35
The Conservative candidate on June 30th asks what you think of Putney High Street.
I'm a semi-retired freelance journalist and travel writer who's worked for nearly 40 years on local and national newspapers. I've lived in Putney for nearly 25 years, most of them in Thamesfield. I'm married, with three grown-up children, and I'm glad to have this chance to talk about the issues that many local people have raised with me on the doorstep....
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