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 […]
Merton Council is auctioning the first swim in the new Morden Leisure Centre swimming pool.
Residents will be able to start recycling even more materials from their homes this national Recycle Week, as Merton Council prepares to start a new recycling and rubbish collection service […]
In July, Merton Council’s Trading Standards teamed up alongside B.W.Y. Canine Ltd detection dog unit outside the civic centre to bring residents the Illegal Tobacco Road Show. These road shows have […]
Merton Council is cracking down on illegally parked vehicles from this week in response to concerns raised by residents. From Wednesday 1 August, residents will be able to report an […]
Put the petal to the metal and join our very own Merton ‘in bloom’ contest. Merton Council are calling all keen gardeners. Are you interested in making your borough a […]
The 11pm curfew is a Planning Condition applied to balance the consideration of the local residents with the scale of an international tennis event that takes place in a residential area.
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club? Here we unveil the secrets of keeping the Championships […]