Simon Hogg is a Labour councillor for Latchmere Ward, Wandsworth.


Simon Hogg
Members Room
Wandsworth Town Hall
London SW18 2PU

Latchmere Ward is also represented by Tony Belton and Wendy Speck (pictured below)

Simon Hogg, Wendy Speck and Tony Belton

50 things your councillors did for you last year

Worked on the £100m regeneration of the York Road and Winstanley Estates… Helped to save York Gardens Library, again… Supported Battersea’s Community Gardens… Led the fight to save our local police stations… Backed local businesses and job-seekers… Made bailiffs return a car to Clark Lawrence Court that had been wrongly towed away… Attended hundreds of community and Labour Party meetings… Supported a council crack-down on Blue Badge fraud that has caught 441 cheats… Got repairs for entryphones at Pennethorne House and Culvert Road, the map at McDermott Close, a leak in Holcroft House, a broken door in Dungeness House… Joined Twitter… Negotiated a payment extension for Inkster House residents who faced a 200 per cent increase in service charges… Pushed the council to agree empty homes should from now on pay fair Council Tax… Criticised Wandsworth council for putting the interests of property developers over the interests of residents… Delivered tens of thousands of leaflets… Discussed with architects and planners the public benefit of developments on the Prince’s Head pub site on Falcon Road, and the Peabody Estate redevelopment… Negotiated with residents and developers on the Travis Perkins site on Battersea Park Road… Wrote monthly email updates for Labour members and residents… Handled the fall-out of arson attacks in Fairchild Close… Brought residents and worshipers together to discuss an extension for Falcon Road Mosque… Fought the council cuts to lollipop ladies… Witnessed the aftermath of gun crime in York Gardens, Falcon Road and Pennethorne Square… Spoke to more than 1,000 residents… Complained about Bed Bugs in Penge House… Protested against the demolition of adventure playgrounds… Helped to secure new windows for Sporle Court… Embarrassed Council out of evicting woman and 8 year old daughter… Got Zebra crossing installed at Grant Road exit to Clapham Junction… Persuaded Council to install security doors in Harling Court… Sponsored local Big Society grants for Holmleigh Court, Doris Emmerton Court, York Gardens Library , Spacemax and Kambala Community Garden… Got evicted resident first into B&B and then into her own place… Got Kennett Close cleared of illegally dumped rubbish… Delivered Christmas card to all Latchmere residents…. Produced an Annual Report for delivery to all Latchmere residents… Campaigned to keep Grant Road exit of Clapham Junction station open not just to midnight but until 1am… Send monthly welcome letters to residents new to Latchmere… On Steering Group of £1 million Big Local funding project… Chair of Chesterton School Governors… Vice-Chair of Battersea Park School Governors…  Held Council surgeries at Battersea Library… Followed up requests for help about housing, parking, planning and refuse for more than 100 residents… On Battersea Fields Tenant Management Committee…. Attended Harling Court, Falcon Road and York Road resident associations… Member of Battersea community forum… Done estate walkabouts on Falcon Road estate, Wayford Street, Kambala Estate, Maysoule Road and Kennet Close areas… On Stakeholders committee of York Gardens library… Been on school visits to Falconbrook, Chesterton, Battersea Park, Christchurch and Sacred Heart… Visited Thames Christian College… Worked as member of Clapham Junction Town Centre Partnership… Collected computer equipment donations for local youth charity STORM… Represented you on the Council’s Education, Housing and Planning Committees.

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