Merton Council has successfully prosecuted a landlord for flouting the law that protects the health and safety of private tenants. Mr Fouad Ahmad, from Streatham pleaded guilty to failing to […]
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 […]
New legal powers are set to help Merton council take enforcement action against private sector landlords who are letting out unsuitable or dangerous properties. At a meeting on Monday 3 […]
Councillors in Merton voted on Wednesday to join a national campaign calling for the abolition of Section 21 – the law which allows landlords to evict tenants with just two […]
Council officials met with Clarion Housing Group, who own and manage the majority of social housing in Merton this week, who gave reassurance that residents living in their housing stock […]
Following a review by Circle Housing Merton Priory into CCTV across its estates in the borough, the housing association has decided to continue to commission the council to provide its […]
Merton Council has successfully secured funding from the Greater London Authority to kick-start the regeneration of Morden town centre.
Merton Council is calling on businesses and residents for their views on the potential regeneration of three housing estates in the borough owned by Circle Housing Merton Priory.
Circle Housing Merton Priory has agreed to sign a pledge to residents living on three of their estates; Eastfields (Mitcham), Ravensbury (Morden) and High Path (Wimbledon), following encouragement from Merton […]
Merton’s Consortia House on Merton Road has been named Best Small Development in this year’s National Housing Awards. Recognising affordable home ownership schemes that do not compromise on design and […]