Working with you to make Putney and Roehampton great places for living, working and enjoyment. Have your say!

WELCOME TO THE PUTNEY SOCIETY

The Putney Society is concerned with all aspects of the community which contribute to the quality of our local life.

These include the built environment and open spaces such as parks and commons; transport and community services. The Society has played a key role in the enhancement and protection of these vital facilities in Putney and Roehampton since its inception.

Members receive a monthly Bulletin either by email or in a printed version which gives all the latest news and photographs relating to the Society's work and issues and much more besides. The Society's Buildings, Open Spaces, Community and Transport Panels meet regularly to review what is going on in Putney.

If you are not already a member we hope that you will join the Society to help us continue to provide an effective voice in the community. 

Photos - You may have notiiced the splendid photographs at the top of this page - they are from the book "Wild About Putney & Roehampton" by Andrew Wilson and used with his permission.   

 

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AIR QUALITY IN PUTNEY

King's College London publish real-time data for Air Quality around London.    The results are shown below including those for three measuring sites in Putney:

Putney.   In Felsham Road; approx 50 metres from the High Street.  This is an urban background site.

Putney High Street.   Opposite Montserrat Road.  This is designated a kerbside site.

Putney High Street Facade.   Above McDonalds.   This is designated a roadside site