Putney Labour Party is the Constituency Labour Party for Putney as well as Southfields and Roehampton.
The Putney constituency is currently held by the Conservative Party represented by the Rt Hon Justine Greening. The constituency is divided into 6 wards and each ward elects 3 councillors to Wandsworth Council. Currently 15 of these 18 councillors are Conservative. There are three Labour Councillors all of whom represent the Roehampton Ward.
Wandsworth Borough covers the area of three constituencies, Putney, Battersea and Tooting in which there are a total of 20 wards. These wards elect the 60 members of Wandsworth Council. The council is currently under the control of the Conservative Party who have 40 councillors. Labour have 19 and there is one Independent. The Borough Elections are on May 4th 2018 and the challenge facing Labour to win control of the council is to unseat 12 councillors.
You can see a map of the wards in Wandsworth
Wandsworth Borough is one of the boroughs which comprises Greater London. Greater London is controlled by the Greater London Assembly and Wandswoth and Merton are represented on this body by Leonie Cooper (Lab) who was elected in May 2016. The Mayor of London Sadiq Kahn (Lab) also elected in 2016 heads the GLA.
Greater London is also represented in the European Parliament. There are eight MEPs who represent the area four of who are Labour - Claude Moraes (LAB), Mary Honeyball (LAB), Lucy Anderson (LAB), Seb Dance (LAB).
Putney Labour Party is made up of ~1100 members spread across the six wards. The local party comprises six branches one covering each ward. Members are associated with the branch where they live. The Putney Constituency Labour Party (PCLP) is managed by an executive elected on an annual basis by representatives from each of the branches. Branches hold meetings 3-4 times per year while the PCLP holds monthly meetings both to manage business and for others to present their views. The dates and times of future meetings can be found elsewhere on this site.