Sound financial management during the period of Government austerity has resulted in money being available to invest into services for families across Merton, after the council agreed its annual budget. […]
New venues are set to replace some of the schools which usually have to close during elections so they can be used as polling stations. Although some schools are able […]
The South London Partnership (SLP), a group of five boroughs including Merton, has been awarded £4 million by London Councils to create an Internet of Things. This is a data […]
Merton Council agreed its budget for 2019/20 at last night’s full Council meeting (6 March). Due to funding cuts from the Government, the council has had to make savings of […]
Merton Council has agreed its budget for 2018/19 at last night’s full council meeting (28 February 2018). Merton has taken the decision to increase council tax by 3%, with all […]
Merton Council’s Local Land Charges team has yet again been shortlisted for a prestigious award by a leading industry regulator, marking five consecutive years of nominations for the team. Land […]
Merton Council is to meet with businesses to ask their views on the council’s budget and business plan proposals. Leader of the council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis will be at the […]
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 […]
Results of Merton’s latest residents’ survey show a record number of residents think Merton Council is efficient and well run (76%).
The St Helier by-election will take place on Thursday 20 July 2017. The list of candidates is now published.