Here to listen: chat with the Council Leader

The Leader of Wandsworth Council is holding a series of open sessions around the borough where you can ask about issues that matter to you and get guidance or help from council officers.

Come along to speak with council staff and local leaders about issues including housing and keeping your streets clean, while enjoying free refreshments.

This is your opportunity to raise issues and receive advice and support. You can find out about services and plans for your local area and share aspirations or concerns in your neighbourhood.

You can discuss local issues or problems with the Council Leader, ward councillors or the local MP, and join an open question-and-answer session.

Citizens' Advice will also be able to advise on getting your problems resolved and local police representatives will be on hand to discuss community safety.

Next events

Wandsworth town centre community drop-in

The next in our series of listening events around the borough will be at Wandle Recreation Centre.

  • Date: Saturday 25 May
  • Time: 12 noon to 2pm
  • Location: Wandle Recreation Centre, Mapleton Road, Wandsworth, SW18 4DN

Send a question in advance or keep in touch if you can't make it this time, by emailing

Roehampton drop-in

  • Date: Saturday 13 July
  • Time: TBC
  • Location: TBC

Previous events

Learn about events we've held recently.

Tooting drop-in

The Tooting Bec and South Balham community drop-in event was held at Tooting Hub, SW17, on Saturday 16 March 2024. Councillor Simon Hogg was joined by Rosena Allin-Khan, MP for Tooting, and local ward councillors.

Battersea coffee morning

Battersea coffee morning was held at York Gardens library, SW11, on 3 February 2024. Councillor Simon Hogg was joined by local MP for Battersea, Marsha de Cordova, and local ward councillors.

West Hill coffee morning

West Hill coffee morning was the first in the series of community listening events on 25 November 2023. Councillor Simon Hogg was joined by local MP for Putney, Fleur Anderson, and local ward councillors.

Councillor Simon Hogg talking with a resident