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.
Proposals to regenerate Mitcham Town Centre have been given the green light by thousands of residents who took part in the second ‘Rediscover Mitcham’ consultation.
Residents have until Wednesday 10th October to have their say on pay and display town centre parking, with three particular issues under review – sufficiency, location and cost. A questionnaire […]
Merton Council is holding a consultation meeting for business ratepayers at the Civic Centre on 13 February 2012 at 6.00pm, and invites any businesses that wish to discuss budget proposals […]
Two semi-detached houses in Merton were demolished after failing to comply with planning regulations. Merton Council had granted planning permission in September 2002 for the construction of two semi-detached four-bedroom […]
The proportion of appeals dismissed by the Merton Planning Department is over 80 percent compared to an average of 65 percent, making it the top-performing borough in all of London. […]