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 […]
Merton Council’s planning committee gave the green light last night (16 June) to the new family leisure centre planned for Morden Park.
Merton’s cabinet took the next step this week in making proposals for a new, affordable family-friendly leisure centre become a reality.
Merton Council welcomed a delegation of Austrian tech companies this week to encourage business investment in the borough.
The planning inspector has given the green light for the site of the current greyhound track in Plough Lane to be used for sporting intensification.
A resident has been ordered to pay over £67,000 for continuing to breach the terms of a Merton Council planning enforcement notice.