More than 80 new school places for children with special educational needs and disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, could be created in an empty school building. At a meeting held […]
Residents on low incomes and those who have been plunged into poverty as a result of being furloughed or losing their jobs during the pandemic are set to benefit from […]
As St Helier Hospital prepares to treat more COVID-19 patients this winter, Merton Council has expressed disappointment at a decision not to review plans to close its accident and emergency […]
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. […]
Merton Council is taking enforcement action against residents who illegally park their vehicles on their properties without a dropped kerb. So far, the council’s enforcement officers have put up bollards […]
The new provider of a £14m Work and Health Programme that aims to help south London residents who have previously been excluded from the world of work back into employment, […]
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.
Merton Shared Lives Scheme, which supports vulnerable adults to live independently, has been rated Good by the Care Quality Commission, following a recent inspection.
Technology is being used to enable older and vulnerable people to live independently at home. Merton council is showcasing its MASCOT Telecare service to mark Telehealthcare Awareness Day on Friday […]
An art exhibition of work created by students with disabilities or learning difficulties will be going on display in Wimbledon and Morden.