Merton Council is supporting a national campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault.
A Merton Council CCTV operator alerted police to a large group of men who were out stealing mopeds and riding them back to a flat in Phipps Bridge. By the […]
Merton Council, in partnership with Source London, is set to switch on the first of its electric vehicle charging points as it meets rising demand for less polluting vehicles and […]
Merton Council is calling on local residents and businesses to pull on their gloves, take up their litter picks and get involved in the Big Tidy Up Friday 3 March […]
A motorist who racially abused a Civil Enforcement Officer has been fined hundreds of pounds by magistrates after Merton Council took action to remind people they will not tolerate abuse.
Merton Council is set to introduce a new diesel levy in April 2017 in response to a national health emergency and the Mayor of London’s pledge to cut air pollution […]
Crews of Merton Council’s street cleaning teams have been carrying out a major sweep-up of leaves across the borough and have already collected over 40 tonnes.
Merton Council is proud to be working with Merton Police to be the first London borough to roll out the Ask for Angela scheme in its pubs and bars to […]
Merton Council has joined forces with Merton Police to pledge support to an international anti-violence and abuse campaign with 16 days of events and social media this month.
The latest Crossrail2 consultation, originally scheduled for this month, has been postponed until at least the second quarter of 2017.