Wandsworth Local Fund Consultation

Closed 30 Jun 2018

Opened 21 May 2018

Results Updated 21 Nov 2018

Thank you to all those who responded to the Wandsworth Local Fund Consultation. In total 454 responses were received, of which 93.4% of respondents were local residents.

Overall, the top priorities that respondents wanted to see funded were the improvement of parks and public spaces including protecting biodiversity (49.4%), improving community safety (44.8%), and street improvements such as the redesign of pavements, up lighting, tree planting, cycling facilities and street furniture (44.8%).

The report recommending projects for funding and the outcome of the consultation has been submitted to the relevant Council Commitee and is available here.

Once a final decision has been made regarding funding it will be posted on the Wandsworth Local Fund webpage.





The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a tax collected by Wandsworth Borough Council and paid by developers.

In Wandsworth, a portion of the total tax collected in an area will be spent on local priorities. This is the neighbourhood portion of CIL; the Wandsworth Local Fund.

In 2014 Wandsworth Borough Council consulted its residents on what priorities Wandsworth Local Fund should be spent on over the next 4 years. To see the results of the 2014 consultation please visit the ‘Wandsworth Local Fund’ page on the Council website.  Since its launch in 2015, Wandsworth Borough Council has invested £7,200,000 on local schemes that benefit the community in line with these priorities.

As your Council we know that priorities change year on year, so to make sure that the fund is being spent on what matters to you, we would like you to tell us what is important to you.

Please be aware that you will be asked to enter an address based within the London borough of Wandsworth when completing the consultation. You must live, work or study within the borough for your views to be counted.

Please tell us what you would like to see funded in your local area by using the online survey below. If you would like a paper copy, please contact us at consult@wandsworth.gov.uk

For more information on the Local Fund please visit the Wandsworth Local Fund webpage.

Please be advised that this consultation closes on Saturday 30 June 2018.



  • Residents
  • Businesses


  • Wandsworth Borough