The peregrine falcons have returned to the rooftops of Merton Council’s Civic Centre offices, with a live webcam giving residents a close up view as the females prepare to lay […]
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has declared an Avian Influenza Prevention Zone across England to help protect poultry from the potential spread of bird flu. All keepers […]
Merton Council’s town centre project, ‘Morden Court Parade’ has been shortlisted for a prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects Journal Award.
Autumn is here and the leaves are falling which means Merton’s leaf clearing crews are out clearing the build-up of leaves on streets around the borough.
Following Virgin Active’s announcement that they are considering giving up their long term lease at Battle Close, the council has released the following statement: “Virgin Active have approached us about […]
Creating a healthy borough for families Merton Council has published its consultation asking people living and working in Merton to comment on its new draft Air Quality Action Plan. Deadline […]
Merton Council is encouraging more people to consider cycling into work and is offering free adult cycle training for anyone living or working in Merton. The free six week course […]
Merton council officers have removed six abandoned vehicles from the highway on Morden Industrial Estate. A fall in scrap metal prices across the UK has seen an increase in dumped […]
Jim Millar is one of more than 50 street champions taking part in Merton Council’s Street Champions initiative. Jim, 57, goes out three times a week and picks up litter […]
Youngsters from the Pollards Hill Youth Club helped clear up the surrounding recreation ground with a little help from local councillor Joan Henry. The team of young people aged 8-14 […]