Safer Merton, the partnership made up of the council, the police, the fire brigade and other agencies, will be on hand to answer residents’ questions at the first in a […]
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.
Residents who receive meals on wheels are being warned of a man posing as someone who delivers the service to gain access to into their homes.