The Battersea Society: Community Committee Welcome to the Battersea Society website
Battersea has a long and proud history, growing from a small rural settlement on the edge of the Thames, into an industrial powerhouse, and currently enjoying a reputation as a fashionable if expensive place to live.
For most Battersea is a good place to live, with excellent transport connections, and a thriving cultural and social scene but not all its residents share in its success.
Over the next decade and beyond, the Nine Elms area will become home to another 30,000 people, and will see the creation of a cityscape to rival that of Docklands.
Since 1970 the Battersea Society has been working to improve the quality of local life in Battersea and strengthen its identity and sense of community. Why not join us, and play your own part?

We do our best to keep the membership subscription low and are always very grateful for additional donations to help with our activities

Up to four family members
For charities, other voluntary groups and businesses


Community Committee

Chair: Harvey Heath Click to send an email to this committee

Terms of reference : The Community Committee considers all the issues of the living and working environment in Battersea – save only for the built environment and planning issues related to it.

Thus the remit includes:

    • Noise and Pollution (Heliport and HACAN)
    • Environment – Refuse and Litter, Urban Landscape, Quality of Life and Wandsworth Environmental Forum
    • Health matters
    • Social Care
    • Intergenerational Issues
    • Crime Prevention
    • History of Battersea
    • SW11 Campaign