Merton Council is set to introduce a new diesel levy in April 2017 in response to a national health emergency and the Mayor of London’s pledge to cut air pollution […]
Merton Council wants to hear from residents and businesses in the borough about where they think a share of £500,000 could be spent most effectively to improve the area where […]
It’s that time of year when many of us will be treating ourselves to new sofas, furnishings for the house and white goods. If we’re lucky, some of us could […]
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’s Gorringe Park Primary School in Mitcham wants shoppers’ votes to be in with a chance of benefiting from £12,000 which would fund improvement works to its play area.
You are invited to the free family-friendly Colliers Wood Summer Party to celebrate the launch of a new outdoor space in an important milestone for the area.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan formally handed back to Merton Council today, powers to progress AFC Wimbledon’s application for a 20,000-seater football stadium which would bring the club back to […]