Following a review by Circle Housing Merton Priory into CCTV across its estates in the borough, the housing association has decided to continue to commission the council to provide its […]
Merton Council launched its 16 days against domestic violence and abuse campaign today.
Merton Council worked alongside Merton police in a joint, planned operation to bring in illegal waste carriers this week.
Merton Council is calling on residents and local business owners to have their say on a revised draft statement of licensing policy that could lead to shops and other businesses […]
Merton Council’s fleet of refuse vehicles over 7.5 tonnes are being installed with side bars which will make the roads safer for cyclists. There is a lot of space under a lorry and the side bars act as a fence to prevent cyclists and pedestrians becoming trapped under the vehicle.
Merton Council, in partnership with the Merton Park Safer Neighbourhood Team, has organised a drop-in session for residents to meet officers at Morden Library, Thursday 16 April.
Merton’s CCTV team has been awarded a certificate of appreciation by the Metropolitan Police for the help they provide in keeping the borough safe.
Merton’s Shared Regulatory Partnership is asking residents to look before they book a night out at a restaurant this Valentine’s Day.
A missing girl was returned safely to her family following the help of Merton Council’s CCTV team who helped the police find her.
Merton launched its 16 days against domestic violence and abuse campaign today with the theme for this year- ‘Love shouldn’t hurt’.