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Monday, 19 April 2010 15:57
Published in Blog
Tuesday, 13 April 2010 10:41
Wandsworth Council are out and about on the borough's streets identifying and repairing all the problems caused by the bad weather earlier this year.
Published in Blog
Monday, 22 February 2010 17:42
Conservatives believe that transparency in Government spending will allow greater public scrutiny and will achieve better value for taxpayers’ money.
Conservatives are campaigning to allow the public to be able to FOLLOW THE MONEY to make sure their taxes are spent better and more wisely.
We believe that transparency in Government spending will allow greater public scrutiny and will achieve better value for taxpayers' money.
Published in Campaigns
Wednesday, 22 July 2009 14:44
Officials from Barbados made a fact finding mission to Wandsworth last week to evaluate the Borough's sporting facilities as a potential base for their 2012 Team.
The Borough contains a number of sporting venues, such as the Millennium Arena in Battersea Park, the Tooting Bec Athletics Track and Battersea Youth Sport Centre which could be used to support a 2012 Olympic Team.
Sunday, 15 March 2009 15:24
Conservative Council delivers value for money for local residents.
Conservative-controlled Wandsworth is to freeze the council tax for the year ahead. With Mayor Boris Johnson also freezing his part of the tax, Wandsworth households won’t pay a penny more this year.
Friday, 13 March 2009 15:49
Wandsworth Council is doing its bit to help local residents and businesses through the downturn.
In addition to setting the lowest council tax in the country, Wandsworth has been able to freeze parking charges at last year’s level and extend direct debit facilities for those paying business rates from 10 to 12 months which will spread the payments and ease cash flow.
Thursday, 25 September 2008 16:16
Chris Grayling has slammed Brown after new statistics revealed that some families in the UK are better off on benefits than in work.
Chris Grayling has accused Gordon Brown of being "out of touch" after new statistics revealed that some families in the UK are better off on benefits than in work.
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 16:19
Alan Duncan has called on the Government to say what it got for its stake in British Energy.
The Shadow Secretary for Business said he welcomed the "sensible deal" to sell British Energy to the French utility company, EDF, as it will provide the skills and technology that mean nuclear power remains an option.
Monday, 22 September 2008 16:55
George Osborne has attacked Alistair Darling after his speech to the Labour Conference contained no plan on how to cope with the current economic turbulence.
"How extraordinary that a Chancellor could give a speech in the middle of an economic crisis and provide no plan about how the Government is going to handle it."
Sunday, 21 September 2008 17:03
George Osborne has accused Mr. Brown of "living in a fantasy land" after the Prime Minister wrongly claimed the national debt is now lower than the level he inherited.
Brown made the claim on Sunday's Andrew Marr show - but according to his own official figures, net debt is higher than on the day he became Chancellor.
Work on the next phase of the £3m Clapham Junction exemplar scheme starts in May 2013.
Written on Thursday, 02 May 2013 14:28 in Local News
The Council’s investment in the Tooting Triangle playground is proving popular with local families. Children had a key role in choosing the play equipment and designing the space. Local councillors also lobbied to prevent mobile phone companies installing a mast nearby.
Written on Friday, 26 April 2013 14:43 in Local News
Businesses in the Northcote Road area were today being handed the results of the first local Consumer Survey in recent years carried out by local MP Jane Ellison and the Northcote Ward Councillors.
Written on Thursday, 25 April 2013 10:29 in Local News