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Wallington 4am stunt is “one of the largest and most dangerous cases of flytipping ever” in Sutton borough

Sutton Council and the police are working together to identify the people responsible for one of the largest and most dangerous cases of flytipping ever seen in the south London borough. At 4am today (Friday 29 May), flytippers discarded a lorry-load of brick debris along an 80- to 100m-stretch of Queenswood Avenue in Wallington, waking […]

Council to buy Wallington office complex as ‘smart’ borough investment

Leasehold will generate up to £575k a year in revenue and support commercial space in Sutton Council looking for new ways to raise revenue due to Government cuts Sutton Council is set to invest in an office complex in order to generate a steady future income for the borough that is significantly higher than bank […]

Wallington school to admit extra 120 students in 2015, as part of major borough-wide expansion programme

School building extended to include four new classrooms Existing classrooms renovated 1,315 extra school places expected for the borough A Wallington school will gain an extra 120 places this year, as part of Sutton Council’s ambitious expansion programme. With more families moving to Sutton from central London to take advantage of the borough’s excellent schools, […]

Community’s Christmas cheer to light up Wallington for the first time

Residents have banded together to bring bright, new Christmas celebrations to Wallington. Community-spirited locals who noticed that neighbouring towns like Carshalton and Cheam hold official events to switch on their Christmas lights each year, took action to promote the town and its seasonal spirit. Forming a committee, supported by Sutton Council along the way, the […]