Merton Council’s Planning Committee granted permission for a new bridge to be built over the River Wandle in Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, at a meeting held last night (Thursday 22 October). […]
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 […]
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 and London’s Deputy Mayor for Transport, Heidi Alexander have officially launched the new look Mitcham Fair Green, which has been transformed thanks to funding from the Mayor, TfL […]
Merton Council has backed Fuel Poverty Awareness Day by offering advice to vulnerable residents on how to keep warm for less by carrying out free home visits. Fuel Poverty Awareness […]
Merton Council’s town centre project, ‘Morden Court Parade’ has been shortlisted for a prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects Journal Award.
Merton Council signed, sealed and delivered its bid for the borough to be London Borough of Culture 2019, today (1 December).
Merton Council is teaming up with the Metropolitan Police this month to give cyclists the opportunity to have their bike marked with a unique serial number, making it easier to […]
Merton Council has been declared ‘small business friendly’ after winning an award for a new purchasing system which makes it much easier for local companies to bid for contracts.
Merton Council is hoping for a hat trick of awards in a scheme that recognises local councils’ support for small businesses.