Further to the successful boroughwide 20mph implementation on
residential roads, Wandsworth Council is now considering a selection of
classified roads that are suitable for a 20mph speed limit.
Wandsworth are consulting residents and businesses for a 20mph
speed limit on Northcote Road SW11, Bolingbroke Road SW11, Bellevue Road SW17,
Rectory Lane SW17 and Silverthorne Road SW8. Wandsworth Council would like to
know your views before deciding whether to proceed with implementing the
proposal. Details on these consultations are available at https://tinyurl.com/20mph-consult
The closing date for the consultation is Friday 6 December
At the annual Wandsworth Council Civic Awards the wardens, an independent group of volunteers, won the new Environmental Category for their efforts to conserve, protect and improve the environment through the planting, care, nurture and cultivation of trees across Wandsworth. Our members include a number of the tree wardens and they are to be congratulated.
On Thursday 28 November 6.30pm Election Hustings are to be held York Gardens Library, SW11 2UG. Conservatives, Green, Labour and Luib Dem cparliamentary candidates will be present. The hustings are organised by the Battersea Society and Katherine Low Settlement.
The Wandsworth Society covers three parliamentary constituencies so will not be offering a hustings. However, any taking place in the three constituencies that we cover (Battersea, Putney & Tooting) will be posted here. See below for Putney and Battersea.
The Putney Society has arranged a general election hustings for Tuesday 3rd December at 7.30pm in the Community Church, Werter Road (opposite Sainsbury’s). All parliamentary candidates for the Putney, Roehampton and Southfields constituency will be invited to join us and the following have already accepted: – Will Sweet (Conservative) – Fleur Anderson (Labour) – Sue Wixley (Liberal Democrats) – Teixeira Hambro (Brexit Party) – Fergal McEntee from the Green Party. Should more candidates put their names forward before the Nov 14th deadline then they will be invited. The format will allow each candidate to speak for 5 minutes and then take questions for another 5 minutes. There will be an opportunity for members of the audience to meet the candidates after the hustings. All are welcome. The Putney Society is non-political organisation and is a registered charity.