Online tool allows people to comment on town centre
An online version of Roehampton town centre has been created for people to share ideas on how to improve the area.
The web tool called StickyWorld allows people to take a virtual tour of the area around Allbrook House and Danebury Avenue.
Users can post online sticky notes onto buildings and public spaces they want to comment on, which other viewers will be able to see.
People who do not have internet access can use the website at Roehampton Library, with staff on hand to give guidance.
Those who wish to comment can also put hand written comments on a map of the town centre at the library in Danebury Avenue, or the housing office, in Holybourne Avenue.
People living in Roehampton have been invited to talk about regenerating the area and will receive a postal survey in the next few days.
Councillor Ravi Govindia, leader of the council, said: "We want to know what you think about your neighbourhood. What would you change?
"To help you answer these questions we've created a quick, easy and fun way for you to talk to us.
"And anyone can take part. If you don't have a computer at home simply use one at Roehampton Library - and if you don't want to have your say online, you can always stick written comments directly onto maps at either the library or the area housing office."
Wandsworth Council announced earlier this year it will spend £100m on improving Roehampton, as well as parts of Battersea.
For more information visit wandsworth.gov.uk/roehampton