Beams for the new bridge over the River Wandle at Bishopsford Road, have been lowered into place. The council’s contractor, Land & Water, used a large crane to lift the […]
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 has launched a £1 million neighbourhood funding programme to enhance community spaces and invest in infrastructure across the borough. As a council, we recognise the huge challenges many organisations […]
Merton Council’s Cabinet last night gave the go-ahead to demolish and re-build Bishopsford Bridge following its partial collapse into the River Wandle following heavy rainfall last June. Work is now […]
The next round of Merton’s Neighbourhood Fund is now open for bids from residents as well as community and business groups until Tuesday 7 May.
Merton Council is giving residents and business a second chance to get high quality, competitively priced solar panels, with the launch of phase two of the Solar Together London scheme. […]
Harris Wimbledon will open its doors this September following the announcement that the funding to build the new school in South Wimbledon has been released. This latest news comes in […]
A record number of students have been offered a place at one of Merton’s secondary schools which are the best in the country for progress and are all rated ‘Outstanding’ […]
Merton Council’s town centre project, ‘Morden Court Parade’ has been shortlisted for a prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects Journal Award.
Merton Council is a step closer to realising its vision to transform Morden into a vibrant town centre following Transport for London’s (TfL) commitment to be a key partner. A […]