Councillor surgeries

Regular drop-in surgeries are held across the borough. Residents are welcome to come and speak to their Councillors in person and raise issues of concern.

Where and when

Main surgeries
Location Wards Date Time Address
Battersea District Library Fairfield; Latchmere; Northcote; Queenstown; St Mary's Park; Shaftesbury Every Saturday* 10am to 11am 265 Lavender Hill, SW11 1JB
Putney Library East Putney; Southfields; Thamesfield; West Putney Every Saturday* 10am to 11am 5/7 Disraeli Road, SW15 2DR
Tooting Library Graveney; Tooting Every Saturday* 11am to 12 noon 75 Mitcham Road, SW17 9PD

*Except Christmas and Easter

Individual ward surgeries
Wards Date Time Address
Balham; Nightingale  First Saturday of each month 10am to 11am

Balham Library, 16 Ramsden Road, SW12 8QY

Bedford Second Saturday of the month  11am to 12 noon St Anselms, New Lower Church Hall, entrance on Tooting Bec Road, near Tooting Bec station
Bedford Fourth Saturday of the month (excluding 24 August) 10 to 11am Newlands Estate Community Room at the entrance to Barringer Square opposite 109 Franciscan Road
Earlsfield; Wandsworth Common First and second Saturday of each month 11am to 12 noon

Earlsfield Library, 276 Magdalen Road, SW18 3NY

Furzedown First Saturday of each month 11.30am to 12.30pm Furzedown Project, 93 Moyser Road, SW16 6SJ
Furzedown Third Saturday of each month 11.30am to 12.30pm St. Alban's Church Hall, Pretoria Road, SW16 6RR
Roehampton and Putney Heath Second and fourth Saturday of each month 11am to 12 noon Roehampton Library, 2 Danebury Avenue, SW15 4HD
West Hill First and fourth Saturday of each month 11am to 12 noon Southfields Library, 300 Wimbledon Park Road, SW19 6NL
Queenstown (Councillor Dikerdem) First Thursday of each month 10.30am to 12 noon R.O.S.E Clubroom, Ascalon Street, SW8 4DL

Listening to you

We hold regular meetings in each part of the borough to hear what people have to say about local issues.

It's an opportunity to meet with ward Councillors and town hall managers and raise topics of local concern.

Find out more about our regular meetings

Home visits

Councillors will make home visits to elderly and disabled members of the public who are unable to travel to the surgeries or the town hall.

Contact us about Councillor surgeries