The Leader of Merton Council has praised the response from the council and its partners after a bridge partially collapsed in Mitcham. On Friday night, the bridge, on the A217 […]
A stunning rainbow has landed in Wimbledon to celebrate the town’s inclusivity, welcome its first LGBT+ bar, and support this year’s Pride in London events. Merton Council has installed a […]
Street cleaning crews, councillors and residents are joining forces to help give the borough a spring clean and remind everyone to bin their litter responsibly. Merton Council is inviting everyone […]
The next round of Merton’s Neighbourhood Fund is now open for bids from residents as well as community and business groups until Tuesday 7 May.
Businesses and entrepreneurs are being encouraged to enter the Merton Best Business Awards. Merton Council is sponsoring two of the 16 award categories – Best Medium Business and Entrepreneur of […]
Counterfeit clothes, shoes and toys seized by Merton Council and Richmond Council have been donated to the charity Sports Traider. The items, including rugby scarfs, boots, trainers, jewellery and toys […]
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 […]
Every electoral ward in Merton is to be given a grant of £15k for neighbourhood projects which enhance the local area. At a meeting on Monday, Merton Council’s Cabinet agreed […]
Merton Council successfully prosecutes Iceland Foods Limited for failing to maintain adequate standards of hygiene at its stores in Morden and Mitcham.
The Leader of Merton Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, will be spending Small Business Saturday visiting traders across the borough. Small Business Saturday, on 1 December, is a national campaign which […]