Merton Council won its case against two people who misused Blue Badges which were not their own, to park in restricted locations in Stanley Road and Compton Road, Wimbledon.
Autumn is here and the leaves are falling which means Merton’s leaf clearing crews are out clearing the build-up of leaves on streets around the borough.
Members of the community who dedicate their time to supporting families and young people, improving local areas and driving continuous improvements in our schools have been honoured at Merton Council’s […]
Merton Council’s Children’s Services team and its Sustainable Communities team have both been shortlisted for a top local government award in their respective categories of the Local Government Chronicle Awards […]
Merton Council has made clear its disappointment with the decision to close Wimbledon Police Station as a result of £1bn in government cuts to the Metropolitan Police. The council leader […]
Merton Council is mourning the death of former long-serving councillor, Mayor of Merton and Honorary Alderwoman, Sheila Knight.
Merton Council has given a new lease of life to the grandstand next to the athletics track in Wimbledon Park. The renovation work has brought the building back to life […]
To mark London Peace Week (19 – 26 September), Mayor of Merton Councillor Marsie Skeete and Leader of Merton Council Councillor Stephen Alambritis put on their walking shoes and joined […]
Creating a healthy borough for families Merton Council has published its consultation asking people living and working in Merton to comment on its new draft Air Quality Action Plan. Deadline […]
Merton Council took 15 cases of littering to court this month which resulted in 15 people being convicted at Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court in South West London. These cases were for […]