News

Council disappointed by Heathrow Decision

Councils are disappointed in the High Court’s failure to quash the Government’s Airport National Policy Statement (ANPS), regarding Heathrow expansion. Councils argue this could bring long-term damage to the health of millions of Londoners.

Local Conservative Campaign saves the Number 19 Bus

The council’s campaign to save the 19 bus has paid off – with Transport for London (TfL) confirming the vital route linking Battersea to central and north London will not be scrapped.

Louise Calland, a positive vision for Wandsworth and Merton

Local Councillor, Louise Calland, has been chosen as the candidate for the Merton and Wandsworth seat for the Greater London Assembly, a body that was created to hold the Mayor of London to account. Louise will be campaigning on issues that affect our lives in London every day.

Saving Lavender Hill Police Station

A Conservative campaign to save the Lavender Hill police station has succeeded. The station, which is Wandsworth’s only 24-hour police station, had been earmarked for closure as part of proposals by the London Mayor which were part of a public consultation exercise.

Campaigning for Improvements to Air Quality

Results of Air Quality Monitoring by Wandsworth Council are in and have shown a drop in harmful pollutants. In Nine Elms and on Lavender Hill, the number of days that levels of PM10 exceeded EU limits halved.

Residents pull together to save the No. 19 bus

TfL are consulting on the removal of the much-used and popular No.19 bus route. Battersea residents desperately need this bus route to get across London and our Conservative team has collected thousands of signatures supporting our petition to save the No.19 bus.