Merton Council has opened up its Neighbourhood Fund, worth approximately £1 million, for bids that seek to enhance community spaces and improve social capital across the borough. The fund is a great […]
Tackling climate change, economic recovery from the pandemic, new housing and healthy streets are the top priorities in the council’s new local plan. The local plan is a set of guidelines, which are used […]
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). […]
Merton Council is taking enforcement action against residents who illegally park their vehicles on their properties without a dropped kerb. So far, the council’s enforcement officers have put up bollards […]
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 […]
The latest Crossrail2 consultation, originally scheduled for this month, has been postponed until at least the second quarter of 2017.
It is all systems go for a new AFC Wimbledon stadium as Merton Council and AFC Wimbledon can now progress, without delay, their plans for Plough Lane.
Merton’s planning committee has given the go-ahead to the transformation of 50 derelict garages and an area of underused land on the Ravensbury Estate in Mitcham, into a variety of […]
Pollards Hill is set to be transformed after Merton Council granted planning permission for a multi-million pound estate regeneration programme yesterday.
Merton Council’s planning committee met for the first time this week (15 September) since Mayor of London Sadiq Khan handed back the decision on AFC Wimbledon’s plans with Galliard Homes […]