Mitcham saw its much-loved Victorian clock tower go off for a facelift and complete refurbishment this week.
Entries are in for the Future Wimbledon ideas competition and a panel of A-listers from the world of design and architecture have shortlisted 29 from nearly 100 creative visions for […]
Merton Council is calling on businesses and residents for their views on the potential regeneration of three housing estates in the borough owned by Circle Housing Merton Priory.
Circle Housing Merton Priory has agreed to sign a pledge to residents living on three of their estates; Eastfields (Mitcham), Ravensbury (Morden) and High Path (Wimbledon), following encouragement from Merton […]
Willow Lane Bridge was officially opened today by the Leader of Merton Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis and Merton’s cabinet member for environmental sustainability and regeneration, Councillor Andrew Judge.
Merton Council’s cabinet agreed the Morden Station planning brief this week.
Merton Council is to name the bridge, currently known as Bewley Bridge, Colliers Wood, after the late ward councillor, Councillor Gam Gurung, who sadly passed away last year at the […]
Two new business loan schemes to help local businesses were launched at a major Merton Council business event yesterday.
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.
We’re going to be asking residents in the Colliers Wood area about what they want for their town centre. This Friday (19 July) in Colliers Wood tube station between 3pm […]